Watched Oct 21, 2012
Charlie Derry’s review:
Well that was pretty fucked up, yet somewhat disturbingly brilliant. Matthew McConaughey is terrific and it's great to see that he's sticking with some pretty decent roles lately. Whilst his character is awfully creepy, unlike the rom-com hunk we are unfortunately used to, his scenes are filled with such intensity that it's hard to lose your focus from him. Juno Temple also excels, but kudos have to go to Gina Gershon for that fried chicken scene. Full of graphic violence and dark comedy throughout, this isn't the easiest films to watch at times but it will definitely leave an impact. I'm not sure about the ending though, but on the other hand this also helps to make the whole story seem scarily believable.