Seven Psychopaths (+UltraViolet Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

February 12, 2017 - Comment

A struggling screenwriter inadvertently becomes entangled in the Los Angeles criminal underworld after his oddball friends kidnap a gangster’s beloved Shih Tzu. Product Features Factory sealed DVD

A struggling screenwriter inadvertently becomes entangled in the Los Angeles criminal underworld after his oddball friends kidnap a gangster’s beloved Shih Tzu.

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Mournblade14 says:

Awesome Move – a must see! Amazing movie, love every minute of it… contains almost every element you can think of: violence, philosophy, comedy, poignancy, action et al. The biggest surprise was the humor – I was expecting subtle ironic laughs, but this is genuinely historical – I mean fits of giggles funny – so many classic one-liners it needs a second viewing to catch them all. It’s pretty much a male cast, and each is superb/flawless – Christopher Walken’s character has spiritual power and a quirky stubbornness…

Tom Hoover says:

A Fun Look Into The Madness of Filmmaking Seven Psychopaths is a particularly difficult film to enjoy, I feel. This is mostly due to the confusing ad campaign which made it seem like a wacky comedy, when it is so much more. Even then, this film may not be to everyone’s liking, mostly because of the disjointed nature the plot and some of the more bizarre aspects. Even still, fans of film as a medium will enjoy it. The meta narrative woven throughout the plot, linking the protagonist’s unfinished script and the plot of the film in such a…

Mattel Jones says:

… was curious to see this after having very much enjoyed the director’s previous film IN BRUGES I was curious to see this after having very much enjoyed the director’s previous film IN BRUGES, which also featured Colin Farrell. While both films share some similar thematic points or character qualities, SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS is a bit more meandering in terms of unfolding it story-line. It’s one of those “Hollywood’ set screwball comedies with a few graphic bursts of violence and craziness. Christopher Walken is very good in it, but his performance doesn’t feel like much of a stretch for…

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