I love this movie. I enjoyed every bit of it's rather short, or atleast, diverting, runtime. What stands out the most is, obviously, the great dialogue, followed by the phenomenal acting. This movie emphasized the fact that Christopher Waltz is my favorite actor, although he doesn't even delivers his best performance here.
Carnage is the second film in a short time, only taking place in one room, or, in this case, one flat, which I loved, the first one being "twelve angry men", even though, before watching those film, I was convinced that I disliked just this type of play-like movies the most, however despite being of the opinion, that "twelve angry men" is the greater film, due to it's achievements for cinema and film in general, this was the "people sitting around, debating ferociously"-film, I can see myself re watching more often.