Thriller • R • 2000 • 1 hr 42 min
A lesson in why men’s mental health (and mental health in general) is important and should be discussed more
Really good but too weird at points and lacks a genuine meaning
It’s one of the best character studies as well as satirical movies and it’s grimly hilarious
Great film ruined by people not understanding Patrick isn't a role model and is suppose to suck
Christian Bale takes you on a chilling ride through the mind of a narcissistic and psychopathic man, looking to inflict his pain on others.
Fantastic performance by Bale, and really gives Bateman’s character life. Cult classic film !
Patrick Bateman is the almighty Sigma Male
Mary Harron’s direction is flawless, giving us an intense thriller, helmed by an iconic performance delivered by Bale.
Great horror satire. Christian Bale is phenomenal. Good story, great characters and the level of comedy and horror are superb.
Superficiality, bloodlust, and a tinge of dark comedy all collide in Christian Bale’s portrayal of Wall Street psychopath Patrick Bateman.
A wealthy New York investment banking executive hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, gratuitous fantasies.
Rachel is a criminology student hoping to land a position as a teacher's assistant for professor Robert Starkman. She's sure this position will pave the way to an FBI career, and she's willing to do anything to obtain it -- including killing her classmates. The school psychiatrist, Dr. Daniels, becomes aware that Rachel is insane, but Rachel is skilled at her dangerous game of death and identity theft.