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)? Both of these had a few things in common and they share it with a film I just finished watching with the title Seven Psychopaths .
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. With a Rotten Tomatoes rating in the 80 percentile, you can assume that it's worthwhile. The Blu-ray's video quality is close to perfection, but it isn't always demo-worthy.
Summary: I don't want it to be one more film about guys with guns in their hands. Who knew the story writing business could be so dangerous, so crazy, so psychotic ? Director Martin McDonagh's ( In Bruges ) Seven Psychopaths is a gloriously unique little venture that's an example of art imitating both real and make-believe lives involved in both the creation and imitation of art...or something along those lines.
Excerpt: Seven Psychopaths features psychopaths aplenty, but any other expectations raised by its ready-for-the-drive-in title should probably be left behind. The second feature from Irish playwright/filmmaker Martin McDonagh stars Colin Farrell as an Irish screenwriter named Martin laboring, through a haze of alcohol, on a screenplay called Seven Psychopaths . That’s the start, but hardly the end, of the film’s meta touches.