The screenplay for this film was featured in the 2006 Blacklist; a list of the "most liked" unmade scripts of the year. 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 »
This is kind of like that window of time when you're waiting in the waiting room of the VD clinic, isn't it? For the door to open and the doctor to come out and say, "Billy, you're good to go." Or, "Billy, you've got VD." Or chlamydia or whatever.
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A surprise final scene interrupts the closing credits a few seconds after they start. See more »
There is something about this movie that captures you. It starts out quirky and comedic, but as the film progresses it becomes more serious. The ensemble cast gives it the feeling of a classic like Snatch, but this isn't an just an action film. It is more dramatic and you do feel for some of the characters. The movie does have some faults like some predictable plot points and the humor fails at some parts, but this shouldn't discourage you from watching the film. It is worth the price of the ticket. Seven Psychopaths is one of the better movies to come out this season. It doesn't disappoint. Its a great flick to go out with the guys. Colin Farell (hope I spelled it right, sorry Colin) adds another great performance to his belt.
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