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Seven Psychopaths 
Seven Psychopaths review
3.5/4 stars

Marty - "And what do you think we should do in real life?" A concept similar to Get Shorty mixed with touches of Best in Show ang glimpses of Pulp Fictions writing. An alcoholic wanna be writer Marty (Colin Farrell) and Billy are good friends together with Hans (Christopher Walken) steal a dog of a ruthless gangster named Charlie (Woody Harrelson). Several psycho's will be involved. The cast were spectacular and funny.

This was so much better than In Bruges in terms of action, pace and humor. Ending was a nice touch and screenplay very engaging with a message. Martin McDonagh shows a promising career with this entertaining effort which shows flashes of cool Pulp Fictionesque sequences, which he may reach in the not so distant future given the right cast/screenplay. Memorable quotes: Hans - "As Gandhi said...'An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind'. I believe that whole heartedly." Radio announcer - "Maybe the world doesn't understand you." and Paulo - "That doesn't make sense." Soundtrack and direction were smooth. Seven Psychopaths exhibited the director/writer/producer ideals on stealing pets for rewards, violence, guns, screen-writing and friendship in a very humorous fashion.


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