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Seven Psychopaths (movie)

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  • 'Seven Psychopaths' is mayhem with a moral core, writer hopes

    'Seven Psychopaths' is mayhem with a moral core, writer hopes
    Opening next Friday, "Seven Psychopaths" has a title promising a certain amount of spilled blood and bad behavior, and the writer-director Martin McDonagh delivers on the promise. McDonagh notes, however, that his film contains "more dialogue in the midst of a shoot-out than the average movie featuring psychopaths with guns."
  • McDonagh sets violently funny 'Seven Psychopaths' in epic desert ★★★

    McDonagh sets violently funny 'Seven Psychopaths' in epic desert ★★★
    Brutal and often very funny, "Seven Psychopaths" is writer-director Martin McDonagh's answer to "Barton Fink," a crimson yarn that, like that Coen brothers film, imagines what happens in a worst-case-scenario when a Hollywood scribe comes down with...

    Christopher Walken To Speak About His Career In Stratford

    Christopher Walken To Speak About His Career In Stratford
    Oscar-winner Christopher Walken will  talk about his life and career in "A Conversation with Christopher Walken" on Sunday, Feb. 17, at noon at Stratford's Scottish Rite Theatre, (formerly the Stratford Movie Theater), 2422 Main St.. This is the...

    Actor Michael Pitt found 'I Origins' a learning experience

    Actor Michael Pitt loves two things, in particular, about "I Origins." He has stuck around for screenings and stayed after for discussions and noticed there is a point in the movie where a good portion of the audience begins to cry. "And that's really...

    'Calvary' takes a funny-serious look at life and death

    It takes a moment. As "Calvary" opens, a small-town Irish priest sits to hear a confession. A few beats have likely come and gone before a viewer realizes that the image isn't cutting away, that the audience is being asked to watch a man listen. It's...