American Psycho 3/28/18
by Citizen Rules
In the second half the film gets more real and more darker as Patrick goes completely over the edge and the body count rises...And that's where I stopped liking the film, as it then took on the feeling of a slasher movie and I never liked those.
American Psycho 4/15/15
And if you are going to watch this film, just watch it as a dark comedy, because if you watch it as just a horror film, you'll probably hate American Psycho.
American Psycho 3/11/15
Movie Trivia: In each scene with Detective Donald Kimball (Willem Dafoe), Mary Harron asked Dafoe to portray his character three different ways: 1) Kimble knew Patrick Bateman killed Paul Allen, 2) Kimball didn't know Bateman killed Allen, and 3) Kimball wasn't sure if Bateman killed Allen.
American Psycho 12/31/13
by The Sci-Fi Slob
Its central character, Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), is a yuppie of 27 in Wall Street in 1986, obsessed with status symbols, self-confessedly as empty of feeling as his gleaming desk top is of honest labour.
American Psycho 7/24/13
by Daniel M
This scene is important as it could imply a number of things: either what the detective says is real - Bateman was at a dinner and did not murder Allen or that Bateman did murder Allen but was given the alibi of the dinner meal due to the ongoing joke of mistaken identity - however this would likel...
American Psycho 4/22/09
I guess I just expected more from the movie based on the book, which was so violent that it was criticized of being utterly and completely pointless. And I certainly expected more from Bale.
American Psycho 3/18/08
by The Gnat
And while American Psycho isn't a film that has some profound moral impact/thought to think about, it does a good job being a film that allows the viewer to think about the film and try to figure out exactly what was going on in the film, as it isn't as straight forward as it seems.