Dangerous Men (2005)

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Dangerous Men (2005). 1h 20m | R

“What is there to say about Dangerous Men that hasnu0026#39;t already been said about Afghanistan? The filmmaker, John S. Rad, clearly set out to make the worst movie of all time, but it ended up entertaining me more than most films Iu0026#39;ve seen. When watching it, I felt I was the butt of some sort of Emperoru0026#39;s-New-Clothes joke, but I couldnu0026#39;t help but laugh. The acting and cinematography are reminiscent of the worst After School Special ever made.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf you are willing to put aside the horrible cuts, dubbing, acting, and film-making technique in general, you might enjoy this surreal and absurd piece of work. I found myself forgetting the finished product and instead wondered how Rad convinced these people (especially the women) to take part in such ludicrous and graphic sex scenes, considering there is no chance that anyone ever dreamed that this movie could make any money.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI am glad to see that it is now on IMDb, after a direct challenge from LA Weekly. Even though the attempt to make it so was contrived, it deserves to be a cult classic shown at midnight on screens across the country.”


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