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Seven Psychopaths

4 Stars

I had very high hope for this movie based solely on the cast, and I must say I was surprised that this movie surpassed my expectations.  Woody Harrelson, as he normally does, steals the show portraying a psychotic killer with a strong connection to his little dog that has been kidnapped by Sam Rockwell’s Character, a low life petty criminal by day, and mass murderer by night.  Christopher Walken should have played a bigger part, but had my attention with every scene he was in with his performance as the wiser ‘father figure’ of this motley band of whackos.  Colin Farrell’s character was forgettable, and almost lost in the story line, even though he was made out to be the main character, he never really played that big of a part in the plot.  This movie is a must see for those of you that enjoy dark comedy, and can laugh at murderers.

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