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Should you see it?
Unpredictably violent and outlandishly funny, McDonagh's made a unique modern gangster film, and a smart satire of the genre.
Martin McDonagh's previous film In Bruges, marked him as one of the few cerebral writer/directors with an actual sense of humor. His theater-work has proved the same, but obviously, not many people have seen his plays. Once again McDonagh proves the reward is in the writing and, although Seven...Read Full Story
Martin McDonagh and Sam Rockwell (Getty Images)Endowed with a sixth sense for dialogue and comic timing, writer/director Martin McDonagh gained many fans in 2008 with his violently funny hitman thriller In Bruges. His screenplay was nominated for an Oscar that year, and the Irish/English playwright's star was on the rise.
Fast forward to 2012. McDonagh's In Bruges follow-up, Seven Psychopaths, is primed to hit theaters Friday. Set in L.A. the film follows seven different psychos as...Read Full Story
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