Best part? Boy, if you're a conservative that disagrees that The Undefeated is a smash hit (like The Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf), well them's fightin' words to Danny here.
This is why I always say he's such a weak thinker. He is - here, not even realizing that his big close doesn't work in the given context. It actually works against him, not his critics. But he thinks he actually scored a point, somehow. Wow! What a genius! He's comparing his seeing The Undefeated to Conservatives seeing a Moore film. There's no comparison to be made unless he explicitly went there as a liberal to do a hit piece. The doofus just convicted himself. And let's not forget, no self-respecting serious journalist would undertake such a thing unless it were a well advertised premier expected to draw a crowd. And that doesn't even take into account the competing Harry Potter opening. Good grief, the boy is dense beyond words.
To recap, thinking that a movie that played at a total of ten theaters might not be a country-wide smash makes you a "weak thinker", a "doofus", "dense beyond words" and of course a dreaded "liberal".
But hey, don't let facts get in the way.