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Director Martin McDonagh Explains Seven Psychopaths’ Meta Elements
In Bruges writer/director Martin McDonagh discusses his new dark comedy Seven Psychopaths and its critique of today's movies, and hints at his next project.
Walken & Rockwell On What Puts the Psycho in Seven Psychopaths
Seven Psychopaths stars Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken talk about what drew them to the black comedy, working with writer/director Martin McDonagh in the past, and just how cute Bonny the Shih Tzu really is.
Review | Seven Psychopaths
Forget everything you think you know about Seven Psychopaths, because director Martin McDonagh's raucous comedy defies, and occasionally frustrates, all expectations.
Seven Psychopaths Debuts Seven Character Posters
Following Tuesday's debut of the first trailer for Seven Psychopaths, the black comedy from In Bruges writer/director Martin McDonagh, CBS Films has rolled out a series of character posters -- seven, naturally!
Seven Psychopaths Trailer: You’ll Like It, It’s Got Layers
The first trailer has premiered for Seven Psychopaths, the dark comedy from In Bruges director Martin McDonagh about dog thieves who swipe the prized pooch of an overly emotional gangster.
Seven Psychopaths Loses Rourke, Gains Harrelson and Waits
Woody Harrelson has replaced Mickey Rourke in director Martin McDonagh's Seven Psychopaths. Tom Waits and Olga Kurylenko have also joined the action-comedy, which stars Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken.
What I bought – 21 and 28 July 2010
Society had tamed the erratic fellow by co-opting him into the mainstream. For its largest threats, society reserves success. (Richard Powers, from Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance) …
What I bought – 23 June 2010
“Concentration-camp existence … taught us that the whole world is really like a concentration camp,” wrote Tadeusz Borowski. “The weak work for the strong, and if they have no strength …
What I bought – 26 May 2010
“That’s why opera is important, Baron. Because it’s realer than any play! A dramatic poet would have to put all those thoughts down one after another to represent this second …