The film was set for a limited release on November 2, 2012, before being expanded to an earlier, wider release on October 12, 2012. See more »
When the first Psychopath shoots the henchmen in the dog storage warehouse, the blood splatter on Marty's face changes from the front to the side. See more »
God loves us. I know He does. He's just got a funny way of showing it sometimes. Sometimes I think God's gone crazy sometimes. Stuff He does, stuff He don't do.
Well, He's had a lot to contend with in his time, too, you know. Bastards killed His kid, too.
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A surprise final scene interrupts the closing credits a few seconds after they start. See more »
With a stellar cast like this, you expect something great, or at least good.... however, this Tarantino wanna be film falls short of expectations and leaves the viewer perplexed, bored, and disappointed.
The scenes were a little disjointed and hard to follow. The humor and satire, although very clever and funny at times, overall fell flat. There were a few lines that when you caught them made you laugh out loud.. but not enough of them and not not written in a cohesive enough style to work.
The high point was Sam Rockwell's performance which was powerful, convincing and funny, but otherwise it kinda sucked.
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