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Count 'Em, Seven Reasons To See Seven Psychopathsnew

As funny as it is violent, and it's very violent.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  10-10-2012  |  Reviews

Zoe Kazan, an Indie Starlet on the Verge of Fame, Doesn't Need More 'Friends'new

Zoe Kazan is contemplating suicide. No, not in real life, where she’s doing just fine, thank you very much. But she’s had it with that dubious realm of interactivity known as Facebook. So it may be time for online suicide.
New York Press  |  Eric Kohn  |  03-11-2010  |  Profiles & Interviews

There's Nothing Soft About 'The Pillowman'new

Irish playwright Martin McDonagh is all about the blood in his dark drama -- both the kind of blood that's beaten out of a suspected criminal by corrupt police, and the kind that flows between two brothers.
Orlando Weekly  |  Lindy T. Shepherd  |  11-14-2008  |  Theater

Lying Lownew

A joke-laden, quirky shoot-out, In Bruges is not.
Eugene Weekly  |  Molly Templeton  |  03-06-2008  |  Reviews

'In Bruges' Creates a New Kind of Hit-Man Humornew

Ostensibly a comedy, the film cracks its jokes with a heavy heart. It tries to laugh off what hit men do for a living and fails miserably.
Isthmus  |  Kent Williams  |  02-19-2008  |  Reviews

'In Bruges': Limbo Shticknew

The film is a delightful mixture of the sacred and profane.
Philadelphia Weekly  |  Sean Burns  |  02-19-2008  |  Reviews

'In Bruges': Canal Zonenew

Tough guys play at being tourists while waiting for their next job.
Metro Silicon Valley  |  Richard von Busack  |  02-14-2008  |  Reviews

Bruisers on Vacationnew

Irish hitmen go medieval in funny debut.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  02-13-2008  |  Reviews

Arty Assassinsnew

In a wannabe Tarantino flick, Irish playwright Martin McDonagh’s killers talk like actors, not hitmen.
New York Press  |  Armond White  |  02-07-2008  |  Reviews

A Sensitive, New Age Hitmannew

Colin Farrell's a killer with a conscience.
San Diego CityBeat  |  Anders Wright  |  02-06-2008  |  Reviews

'In Bruges': Hitmen on Holidaynew

The presence of Colin Farrell in a film usually has a number of possible outcomes, none of them good.
Dig Boston  |  David Wildman  |  02-06-2008  |  Reviews

Laughing Abstract: Farrell and Gleeson Get Dark in Inky Black Comedy

“In Bruges” (pronounced ‘brooj’) is a highly unique and stylized black comedy that makes good on its ostensibly simple hitmen/boss narrative trope.
Maui Time  |  Cole Smithey  |  02-02-2008  |  Reviews

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