Seven Psychopaths Reviews
The scrutiny in here doesn't build up sincerely to create the anticipated impact and addition to that the process; if not rudimentary, certainly isn't convoluted or humorous as the makers think which open the portal of such ridiculous and dull sequences that one fails to bare it on screen. The writing is engaging as there is a lot of fresh material to catch up to and works just fine on such term, but if considered for craft, it is no "In Bruges" or "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri". Martin McDonagh; the director, is adequate on executing the feature and works its way up with his brilliant skills but as a writer, he needed a lot of work especially in its structure which isn't stable at all and collapses before it even picks itself up. The performance objective is fulfilled in here by a potential cast like Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken and Woody Harrelson. It is short on technical aspects like sound department and editing. Seven Psychopaths is outnumbered by the clock and the characters where either the makers should have gone long and easy or hit hard and fast.
P.S. This also really irked me. Abbie Cornish and Olga Kurrlenko both have minimal roles in the movie despite what advertising would have you believe. That's right, those hot European actresses are solely on the poster for marketing purposes. Further proof that I think McDonagh needs to work with new producers for his next film.
There you go, no need for fancy oscar's, a true cinema with witty dialogue and clever cinematography make this bizzaro story come to life!
a very nice surpise on the evening TV, recommended for crazy heads.