Excerpt: Marty (Farrell) is a script writer who has a great story about seven psychopaths in his head but he’s got one little problem: he’s got no idea which characters he actually has to use and as such he’s got nothing on paper other than a title.
Excerpt: Just over twenty years ago I watched a little movie called Reservoir Dogs directed by a then very unknown Quentin Tarantino (heard of that guy)? A couple of years later I watched a movie called The Usual Suspects directed by Bryan Singer (remember him)?
Excerpt: An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind... The Film I remember sitting through In Bruges a few years ago and thinking, "I like this film a lot, but I can understand why my wife just hates it." We had similar reactions to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch .
Conclusion: 'Seven Psychopaths' is one of the most underrated films of 2012 – not that it deserved awards or anything, but the movie itself is much better than the $16.1 worldwide box office would lead you to believe. But don't just go off my opinion.
Conclusion: Seven Psychopaths earns big points for its novel concept, intriguing character roster, and award-worthy script. The film twists around the boundaries of fiction and reality, good and bad, normal and psychotic, and all sorts of other contrasting elements in a film that never settles down, never stays...
Excerpt: I’ve been sitting at my desk for hours. Okay, maybe they haven’t been consecutive hours – I may have gotten up a few times to stare blindly into my empty refrigerator, and play with my cat. And I did spend some time watching Netflix.