Seven Psychopaths - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Seven Psychopaths is a 2012 British black comedy film written, co-produced and directed by Martin McDonagh. It stars Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson, Tom Waits, and Christopher Walken. The film marks the second collaboration between McDonagh and Farrell, following 2008's In Bruges.
David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter praised the performances of the main cast members, he stated: "As creatively bankrupt Marty, Farrell is in subdued mode here, his performance largely defined by the endless expressivity of his eyebrows. He serves as an excellent foil for Rockwell, whose line readings continually dance between knowingness and idiocy, and Walken, who ventures as far into deadpan as you can go while remaining conscious. And Harrelson has fun contrasting his devotion to Bonny with his contempt for humanity." He wrote about the film that "while it's way behind the Pulp Fiction curve, Seven Psychopaths can be terrifically entertaining."
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they don't see them the same way we do.
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Puppies Over Pills: Pfizer Spinoff Zoetis Shines In Biggest IPO Since Facebook
Wall Street gave a warm greeting to Pfizer‘s animal health business Friday, as Zoetis got a big lift in its first day of trading.
Pfizer’s Chairman and CEO Ian Read said the Zoetis IPO creates the “largest standalone company fully devoted to animal health medicines and vaccines,” and leaves the pharmaceutical giant “better positioned to focus on our core business,” by unlocking the value in Zoetis and returning it to the parent’s shareholders. Pfizer was up 1.1% at $27.59 Friday morning.