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  1. Dragged Across Concrete isn’t as violent as Brawl or Tomahawk but it still has several jarring moments of bloodshed that manage to shock. At 2 hours 38 minutes it is a little too long and not something you’d want to watch often however, I didn’t even pause the film during the entire runtime.

  2. Apr 30, 2019 · Even his titles -- like Dragged Across Concrete -- are more descriptive than the soft, generic examples we tend to get today. Zahler also uses his monolithic running times to powerful advantage, spending long minutes introducing a character simply so that her death is more meaningful; she's more than just a random passerby.

    • S. Craig Zahler
    • Jeffrey M. Anderson
    • Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn, Tory Kittles
  3. Mar 28, 2019 · Dragged Across Concrete has a short film in its mid-section that’s probably the best part of the film. The problem is that Zahler wastes the long running times he has. Dragged could have used its almost 3 hours to flesh out its black character that it pretends is the actual lead in the last 20 minutes.

  4. A man is shot in the chest multiple times. A man hits a woman in the face with the handle of a knife. A woman is shot in the head at point blank range. The scene is dark, but part of her head can be seen missing. A man holds a knife near the eye of a blindfolded woman and threatens to remove her eyeball.

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  6. Apr 29, 2019 · To say Dragged Across Concrete, the new film by writer-director S. Craig Zahler, is too long is redundant.We know that going in. Ditto the blasts of over-the-top gore; and, sure, you should probably brace for “problematic” content too, thanks to the ragged star power of Mel Gibson.

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  7. Feb 20, 2020 · Dragged Across Concrete. Director: S. Craig Zahler. Release date: March 22, 2019. Rating: R. When Detectives Brett Ridgeman and Anthony Lurasetti (Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn) are caught up in a relatively-minor police brutality scandal they’re put on suspension and left out in the cold. Ridgeman has a sick wife (Laurie Holden) to support ...

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