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Seven Psychopaths Red Band Trailer
Now with 100% more F words

31 August 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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The most recent trailer for Martin McDonagh’s new comedy drama Seven Psychopaths definitely made it look like a fun watch. But what it couldn’t do – since it was aimed at everyone – was spotlight the trademark swearing that was such a key feature of McDonagh’s last Colin Farrell collaboration, In Bruges. To the rescue comes the red band trailer, which allows free reign. So be warned: the expletives fly like dog hair on to a freshly vacuumed carpet.

Seven Psychopaths finds Farrell as frustrated screenwriter Marty. Stuck on his latest script, he finds some inspiration hanging out with dodgy pals Billy (Sam Rockwell) and Hans (Christopher Walken), who have an intriguing scheme they think will make them rich: kidnap dogs and then “find” them, with grateful owners shelling out reward cash.

Unfortunately the pair has just napped the prized pooch belonging to Charlie (Woody Harrelson), a violent, unpredictable gangster. Soon all sorts of trouble is landing on our trio’s heads – and that’s just one of their problems.

With Abbie Cornish, Olga Kurylenko, Tom Waits and Gabourey Sidibe also among the cast, Seven Psychopaths will see the inside of a f****n’ cinema on December 7. For more casual Farrell swearing, we recommend our recent Total Recall interview here.


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Daniel_123
You misunderstood my (admittedly opinionated) post. I don't have enough power-- or any power-- to influence "the general feeling about the movie," since I'm not a reviewer or anything. I'm just a regular guy who happened to get a free ticket. I merely shared my own views on the movie. The people who want to see it will see it, and some of them-- thousands, or even millions-- will like it. I, for one, am actually more interested in the ensuing and inevitable debate. Let me know when you More

Posted by intelandroid at 05:04 on 01 September 2012 | Report This Post

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You're in a minority here, dude. Everything I've heard and read from people who saw advanced screenings, indicate otherwise. Also, they would not have changed the release from a limited one to a WIDE one, if the response to the advanced screenings had not been overwhelmingly positive. It's okay if you didn't like it, but let's not mislead people as to the general feeling about the movie. More

Posted by Daniel_123 at 10:25 on 31 August 2012 | Report This Post

Great cast + great creative team = unexpected crap
Saw a special preview of "Seven Psychopaths" in New York yesterday, and it turned out to be a huge disappointment. It starts out really well, then just degenerates into a huge, unfunny mess. It was like two different movies, neither of which was any good. Avoid, avoid, avoid. Just watch the brilliant "In Bruges" again. More

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