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American Psycho Uncut Killer Collector's Edition
American Psycho Uncut Killer Collector's Edition


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Actors: Christian Bale, Justin Theroux, Josh Lucas, Bill Sage, Chloë Sevigny
Director: Mary Harron
Rating: Unrated
Features: Closed-captioned, Collector's Edition, Color, DVD, Special Edition, Widescreen, Surround Sound, NTSC
Running Time: 102 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Release Date: June 21, 2005
Theatrical Release Date: April 14, 2000
Studio: Lions Gate

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Patrick Bateman Christian Bale is a Wall Street yuppie obsessed with success, status and style, with a stunning fiancé Reese Witherspoon. He is also a psychotic killer who rapes, murders and dismembers both strangers and acquaintances without provocation or purpose. Based on the controversial novel by Bret Easton Ellis, the film offers a sharp satire to the dark side of yuppie culture in the ‘80s, while setting forth a vision that is both terrifying and chilling.
The Bret Easton Ellis novel American Psycho, a dark, violent satire of the "me" culture of Ronald Reagan's 1980s, is certainly one of the most controversial books of the '90s, and that notoriety fueled its bestseller status. This smart, savvy adaptation by Mary Harron I Shot Andy Warhol may be able to ride the crest of the notoriety; prior to the film's release, Harron fought a ratings battle ironically, for depictions of sex rather than violence, but at the time the director stated, "We're rescuing [the book] from its own bad reputation." Harron and co-screenwriter Guinevere Turner Go Fish overcome many of the objections of Ellis's novel by keeping the most extreme violence offscreen sometimes just barely, suggesting the reign of terror of yuppie killer Patrick Bateman Christian Bale with splashes of blood and personal souvenirs. Bale is razor sharp as the blank corporate drone, a preening tiger in designer suits whose speaking voice is part salesman, part self-help guru, and completely artificial. Carrying himself with the poised confidence of a male model, he spends his days in a numbing world of status-symbol one-upmanship and soul-sapping small talk, but breaks out at night with smirking explosions of homicide, accomplished with the fastidious care of a hopeless obsessive. The film's approach to this mayhem is simultaneously shocking and discreet; even Bateman's outrageous naked charge with a chainsaw is most notable for the impossibly polished and gleaming instrument of death. Harron's film is a hilarious, cheerfully insidious hall of mirrors all pointed inward, slowly cracking as the portrait becomes increasingly grotesque and insane. --Sean Axmaker

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