Mel Gibson has fallen a distance since the days of “Braveheart” or “Lethal Weapon.”
According to available numbers, his latest movie, “Dragged Across Concrete,” has made around $137,712 total in four countries including Russia.
In the US there are no numbers. Distributor Summit Pictures is just pretending “Concrete” was never poured. It’s currently playing in a handful of ArcLight theatres– fewer than 10 as far as I can tell.
On Rotten Tomatoes, “Concrete” has a 74% rating.
Meanwhile, you can rent it on Amazon for $6.99. The DVD is available on April 30th. It was just released on March 22nd.
Gibson has gone the way of John Travolta and Bruce Willis, just releasing product like wet spaghetti thrown against the wall. If it sticks, fine. If it stinks, fine, too.