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Dangerous Men Review - AVClub

AVClub: Judging a movie like Dangerous Men according to any sort of conventional critical metric is frustrating, if not impossible. Slapping it with the cynical label of “so bad it’s good” does a disservice to the earnest multi-decade effort involved in completing the film, as well as the enthusiasm it inspires in fans like the true believers at distributor Drafthouse Films. (According to Drafthouse, Dangerous Men made $70 during its original theatrical run on a single screen in Santa Monica, but rather like The Velvet Underground, everyone who saw it was converted.) Besides, how can a movie as diverting as this one really be “bad”?

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