Wayhomer Review #133: Seven Psychopaths

Tom Waits with bunnies from Seven Psychopaths

Episode #133 for Seven Psychopaths, in which our protagonist appreciates an intense yet non-violent Walken for a change, thinks some cinematic sandpaper might be in order but in the end–you can’t hate a movie that has Tom Waits and bunnies. I mean, come on: Tom Waits and bunnies.
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  • I’ve not seen Seven Psychopaths yet, but your review of the film perfectly articulated my thoughts on Martin McDonagh’s previous effort, In Bruges. I suppose his style just isn’t my bag.

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