Movies: Off-kilter fun

Remember that bit about dark, meaty dramas? Sometimes you need some mental palate cleansers. And that's just what "The Man with Iron Fists" (pictured)  promises. It's a kung-fu spectacle with flying eyeballs, rivers of blood, and the unlikely talents of RZA and Russell Crowe. How can you resist? <br><br>
And if that doesn't do it for you, there's "Seven Psychopaths," from the guys who brought you the hysterically funny, ever-so-wrong flick "In Bruges." We can't wait.
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Remember that bit about dark, meaty dramas? Sometimes you need some mental palate cleansers. And that's just what "The Man with Iron Fists" (pictured) promises. It's a kung-fu spectacle with flying eyeballs, rivers of blood, and the unlikely talents of RZA and Russell Crowe. How can you resist?

And if that doesn't do it for you, there's "Seven Psychopaths," from the guys who brought you the hysterically funny, ever-so-wrong flick "In Bruges." We can't wait.

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