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(Boomstick Comics)   The trailer for 'Seven Psychopaths' looks insane. +1 for Walken, Waits, and Rockwell   (boomstickcomics.com) divider line 48
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2012-08-14 06:56:52 PM  
Waits for it. Looks like Small Change is about to get rained on.
 
2012-08-14 09:09:41 PM  
Which one carries the nodachi?
 
2012-08-14 09:54:45 PM  
The cripple is Kaisar Soze.
 
2012-08-14 11:22:00 PM  
The dog is the ringleader.
 
Skr
2012-08-14 11:24:02 PM  
Well that looks fairly psychotic
 
2012-08-14 11:26:49 PM  
Walken isn't one of the 7? There's something very wrong here...
 
2012-08-14 11:28:30 PM  
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!
 
2012-08-14 11:34:20 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-08-14 11:35:54 PM  
Bring back the "Walken" tag!
 
2012-08-15 12:05:19 AM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Walken isn't one of the 7? There's something very wrong here...


He was the non-violent one.
 
2012-08-15 12:05:41 AM  
Awesome.
 
2012-08-15 12:08:25 AM  

Equilibrist: Waits for it. Looks like Small Change is about to get rained on.


With his own .38?
 
2012-08-15 12:14:31 AM  

wild9: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Walken isn't one of the 7? There's something very wrong here...

He was the non-violent one.


Oh I thought that was the guy holding the gun
 
2012-08-15 12:19:30 AM  
I would like to see it. It seems like a dark, quirky comedy and there was some connection to In Bruges, which was fantastic; it had both Colin Farrell and Zeljko Ivanek in it.


fusillade762: Bring back the "Walken" tag!


THIS ^^^^^
 
zez
2012-08-15 12:28:28 AM  
I'm afraid it's going to be one of those movies where, and I'm paraphrasing Ebert here, "where filming the cast having lunch would have been a much more entertaining movie"
 
2012-08-15 12:40:46 AM  

zez: I'm afraid it's going to be one of those movies where, and I'm paraphrasing Ebert here, "where filming the cast having lunch would have been a much more entertaining moviemph gaak mmmmp mmm kaak"


/ticket please.
 
2012-08-15 12:44:50 AM  

Lord_Dubu: zez: I'm afraid it's going to be one of those movies where, and I'm paraphrasing Ebert here, "where filming the cast having lunch would have been a much more entertaining moviemph gaak mmmmp mmm kaak"

/ticket please.


Wow.
Kudos... farking kudos. I haven't done a spit take in a long time until that comment.
 
2012-08-15 12:49:20 AM  

JasonOfOrillia: I would like to see it. It seems like a dark, quirky comedy and there was some connection to In Bruges, which was fantastic; it had both Colin Farrell and Zeljko Ivanek in it.


Both movies directed by Martin McDonagh, who has also written some great plays ("The Cripple of Inishmaar," "The Pillowman"). His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Basically, Martin is the Irish Coen Brothers, John Michael is the Irish Quentin Tarantino (early, Reservoir Dogs Tarantino, that is). I can't imagine what would happen if they ever made a movie together.

The "former Bond girl" is Sophie Marceau, the best reason to endure Pierce Brosnan in "The World is Not Enough." Was disappointed to find out she is not the daughter of Marcel Marceau, the notorious mime; her real last name is Maupu, so you can see why she changed it.
 
2012-08-15 12:51:36 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: Equilibrist: Waits for it. Looks like Small Change is about to get rained on.

With his own .38?


And no one will flinch down by the arcade...
 
2012-08-15 01:05:58 AM  
This looks amazingly dumb. Shame.
 
2012-08-15 01:23:31 AM  

Cornelius Dribble: JasonOfOrillia: I would like to see it. It seems like a dark, quirky comedy and there was some connection to In Bruges, which was fantastic; it had both Colin Farrell and Zeljko Ivanek in it.

Both movies directed by Martin McDonagh, who has also written some great plays ("The Cripple of Inishmaar," "The Pillowman"). His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Basically, Martin is the Irish Coen Brothers, John Michael is the Irish Quentin Tarantino (early, Reservoir Dogs Tarantino, that is). I can't imagine what would happen if they ever made a movie together.

The "former Bond girl" is Sophie Marceau, the best reason to endure Pierce Brosnan in "The World is Not Enough." Was disappointed to find out she is not the daughter of Marcel Marceau, the notorious mime; her real last name is Maupu, so you can see why she changed it.


The Bond girl is Olga Kurylenko, not Sophie Marceau. Both are fine looking women, could see how how you got confused
 
2012-08-15 01:42:41 AM  

nightronin: The Bond girl is Olga Kurylenko, not Sophie Marceau. Both are fine looking women, could see how how you got confused


Yes, at One A.M. I am often easily confused. Thanks for the gentle correction.
 
2012-08-15 02:16:39 AM  

Lord_Dubu: zez: I'm afraid it's going to be one of those movies where, and I'm paraphrasing Ebert here, "where filming the cast having lunch would have been a much more entertaining moviemph gaak mmmmp mmm kaak"

/ticket please.


Ha ha. A ticket to what? The 'stupidest, most obvious jokes of 2001' convention?
 
2012-08-15 02:49:28 AM  
Sounds like it should have been directed by Alex Cox.
 
2012-08-15 02:57:12 AM  

Cornelius Dribble: His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.


Seconded.
 
2012-08-15 04:43:34 AM  
It's like a who is whom of my favorite actors. And then they tossed in Tom Waits as the cherry on top. I am there!
 
2012-08-15 04:52:26 AM  
I never cared for Tom Waits very much. Always seemed like an inside joke I never got.
 
2012-08-15 05:47:32 AM  
What's in the box?

/Amirite?
 
2012-08-15 05:49:04 AM  

SerpentWithin: Mr. Eugenides: Equilibrist: Waits for it. Looks like Small Change is about to get rained on.

With his own .38?

And no one will flinch down by the arcade...


But the blood is by the jukebox on an old linoleum floor.

//Looks interesting. I'll wait for Roger Ebert's review.
 
2012-08-15 06:08:52 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: Equilibrist: Waits for it. Looks like Small Change is about to get rained on.

With his own .38?


www.gumball.com
R.I.P.
 
2012-08-15 06:10:57 AM  
This movie looks like nothing more than typical surveillance of assailants, if that's what you want to call it.
 
2012-08-15 06:17:01 AM  

Captain_Ballbeard: This movie looks like nothing more than typical surveillance of assailants, if that's what you want to call it.


The regular assumed perpetrators?
 
2012-08-15 07:13:33 AM  

Dwight_Yeast: Sounds like it should have been directed by Alex Cox.


Or possibly Allan Smithee.
 
2012-08-15 07:18:52 AM  
Well I'm in.
 
2012-08-15 07:31:04 AM  

frostus: Cornelius Dribble: His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Seconded.


Thirded. Both The Guard and In Bruges were good films.

Also, any film with Colin Farrell speaking with his native accent is guaranteed to not be as crap as a film with his American or any other accent.
 
2012-08-15 07:35:42 AM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: frostus: Cornelius Dribble: His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Seconded.

Thirded. Both The Guard and In Bruges were good films.

Also, any film with Colin Farrell speaking with his native accent is guaranteed to not be as crap as a film with his American or any other accent.


Any film with the rest of this cast is guaranteed to be not crap. Unless Lucas did it, with Mannequin Skywalker in the lead.
 
2012-08-15 07:45:10 AM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: frostus: Cornelius Dribble: His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Seconded.

Thirded. Both The Guard and In Bruges were good films.

Also, any film with Colin Farrell speaking with his native accent is guaranteed to not be as crap as a film with his American or any other accent.


Uh...fourthed? Seriously, The Guard was great.
 
2012-08-15 08:00:34 AM  
Motion carried: "The Guard" is a great film. This new one could be fun.
 
2012-08-15 08:54:42 AM  
What the hell was that?
 
2012-08-15 09:22:42 AM  
"The Guard"

Another vote here for a great movie i'd never heard of before DL it on a whim.
 
2012-08-15 09:27:57 AM  
I've noticed Shiner appearing in a lot of movies lately.

beeradvocate.com
 
2012-08-15 09:43:35 AM  
upload.wikimedia.org

Not pleased with this new development.

/does Wikipedia count as hot?
 
2012-08-15 10:31:34 AM  
8. Counting the loony, who punctuated. That mess.
 
2012-08-15 10:57:38 AM  
With the cast, this movie should be better than what the trailer portrays. I blame the inclusion of Colin Farrell.
 
2012-08-15 11:45:13 AM  

AiryAnne: I've noticed Shiner appearing in a lot of movies lately.

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As well it should.
 
2012-08-15 12:08:15 PM  

Already Disturbed: With the cast, this movie should be better than what the trailer portrays. I blame the inclusion of Colin Farrell.


He's good when directors know what to do with them. And since this is all done by the people who gave us In Bruges, I think we're good.
 
2012-08-15 01:45:14 PM  

Cornelius Dribble: JasonOfOrillia: I would like to see it. It seems like a dark, quirky comedy and there was some connection to In Bruges, which was fantastic; it had both Colin Farrell and Zeljko Ivanek in it.

Both movies directed by Martin McDonagh, who has also written some great plays ("The Cripple of Inishmaar," "The Pillowman"). His brother, John Michael McDonagh, made "The Guard," with Brendan Gleeson (also in "In Bruges") and Don Cheadle, about a small-town Irish cop who teams up with an African-American FBI agent to do battle with some drug smugglers. It's extremely funny and surprisingly moving at the same time. See it.

Basically, Martin is the Irish Coen Brothers, John Michael is the Irish Quentin Tarantino (early, Reservoir Dogs Tarantino, that is). I can't imagine what would happen if they ever made a movie together.

The "former Bond girl" is Sophie Marceau, the best reason to endure Pierce Brosnan in "The World is Not Enough." Was disappointed to find out she is not the daughter of Marcel Marceau, the notorious mime; her real last name is Maupu, so you can see why she changed it.


I LOVED "The Guard." Think I'm one of about a dozen Americans that actually saw the damned film. You describe the feel of the movie perfectly. Funny and moving. I loved just about everything about the final confrontation and "ending," too.
 
2012-08-15 08:50:10 PM  
I really enjoyed In Bruges but this looks awful. The kind of film that would appeal to people shallow enough to like Tom Waits.
 
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