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Film Review - Bad Asses on the Bayou


The journey began with 2012’s “Bad Ass,” where writer/director Craig Moss endeavored to turn the Epic Beard Man viral video into an action film, using elements of parody to beef up a movie based on a three minute YouTube upload. Lines of profit being sketchy in low-budget cinema, a sequel was ordered up, recruiting Danny Glover to co-star with Danny Trejo for “Bad Asses,” resulting in an equally uninspired blend of comedy and shootouts. What started as a lark for Moss has now turned into a franchise, with “Bad Asses on the Bayou” extending the adventures of Frank Vega for another chapter, this time moving the shenanigans from Los Angeles to Louisiana, but the script remains the same. Read the rest at


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