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Seven Psychopaths

Year:
Duration:
110 min
Genres:
Comedy | Crime
IMDB rate:
7.2
Director:
Martin McDonagh
Awards:
3 wins & 19 nominations
Details
Country: UK
Release Date: 2012-10-12
Filming Locations: Hollywood Forever Cemetery - 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Earnings
Budget: $15,000,000
Opening Weekend: $4,174,915 (USA) (14 October 2012)
Gross: $15,024,049 (USA) (20 December 2012)
Cast
Actor
Character
Michael Pitt
Larry
Michael Stuhlbarg
Tommy
Sam Rockwell
Billy
Colin Farrell
Marty
Abbie Cornish
Kaya
Christopher Walken
Hans
Linda Bright Clay
Myra
Harry Dean Stanton
Man in Hat
James Landry Hébert
Killer (as James Hebert)
Christopher Gehrman
Cellmate
Christian Barillas
Catholic Priest
Joseph Lyle Taylor
Al
Kevin Corrigan
Dennis
Woody Harrelson
Charlie
Gabourey Sidibe
Sharice
Zeljko Ivanek
Paulo
Long Nguyen
Vietnamese Priest
Christine Marzano
The Hooker
Frank Alvarez
Hispanic Guy
Tom Waits
Zachariah
Brendan Sexton III
Young Zachariah
Amanda Warren
Maggie
John Bishop
The Butcher
Richard Wharton
The Hippy
Olga Kurylenko
Angela
Johnny Bolton
Barman
Ronnie Gene Blevins
First Cop (as Ronnie Blevins)
Tai Chan Ngo
Fellow Monk
Bonny
Bonny
George the Basset-Hound
Missing Dog (uncredited)
Breezy the Beagle
Warehouse dog (uncredited)
Lionel D. Carson
Corporal Nobel (uncredited)
Chester the Chihuahua
Warehouse dog (uncredited)
Samantha Cutaran
Receptionist (uncredited)
Kiran Deol
Doctor (uncredited)
Finnegan the Dog
Warehouse dog (uncredited)
Paxton the Dog
Warehouse dog (uncredited)
Ryan Driscoll
Diner Patron (uncredited)
Kenneth Flanagan
ER Doctor (uncredited)
Sam B. Lorn
Monk (uncredited)
Sandy Martin
Tommy's Mother (uncredited)
Ben L. Mitchell
Hero Serviceman (uncredited)
Lourdes Nadres
Crime Scene Tech (uncredited)
Jamie Noel
Girl (uncredited)
Ante Novakovic
Patron at Bar (uncredited)
Patrick O'Connor
Judge (uncredited)
Owen the Golden Retriever
Warehouse Dog (uncredited)
Andrew Schlessinger
Dog Trainer Neighbor (uncredited)
Scott Anthony Simmons
Mafia Funeral Mourner (uncredited)
Ricky Titus
Vietnamese Rider (uncredited)
Todd Weeks
Irish Priest (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
The film was set for a limited release on November 2, 2012, before being expanded to an earlier, wider release on October 12, 2012.
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Warning: contains spoiler for Taxi Driver (1976))Sam Rockwell's character Billy Bickle shares many similarities to Robert De Niro's character Travis Bickle in Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver (1976). As well as their last name, they share an unstable mental illness and a desire for violence. There is also a scene where Billy is talking to himself in the mirror, this is very much like a scene from Taxi Driver where Travis is pretending to threaten somebody in the reflection. Another reference between these two films is that there is a photograph of Billy and Marty (Colin Farrell) with Billy making a gun shape with his hand and pointing to his head, much like the ending to Taxi Driver where Travis does the same.
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After Marty and Hans discovers that Billy is the Jack O'Diamonds, you can see Billy playing with the shih tzu, Bonny, right as Marty and Hans drive back to the desert. As they stop and park, you can hear Billy whilsting "Carol of the Bells".
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Goofs
When the first Psychopath shoots the henchmen in the dog storage warehouse, the blood splatter on Marty's face changes from the front to the side.
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In the first newspaper article about the Jack of Diamonds killer, the right-hand column has numerous repeated sentences.
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When Billy begins his assault during the final shootout, the Beretta in his right hand runs out of ammo at one point and the slide locks back. The immediate next shot shows the slide back in the released position.
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Quotes
Larry: Are you nervous because we're killing a chick?
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Hans: An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind, I believe that wholeheartedly.
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Billy: That's a great fuckin' psychopath Marty!
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Faq
Q
What is the first song?
A
"Angel of Death" by Hank Williams. The complete list of songs can be found here with their corresponding scene descriptions.
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Photos from cast
Helena Mattsson
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