Party Monster

Macaulay Culkin (contractually refusing to kiss any men—fact) blows hard but fails to convince as camp '90s New York club cyclone Michael Alig. Seth Green's equally berserk, but when Alig brags of murdering his buddy/dealer, everyone assumes he's kidding. Much gay disco muzak, and cameos from Marilyn Manson and Chloe Sevigny, but this is no Last Days Of Disco or even 54.

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Macaulay Culkin (contractually refusing to kiss any men?fact) blows hard but fails to convince as camp ’90s New York club cyclone Michael Alig. Seth Green’s equally berserk, but when Alig brags of murdering his buddy/dealer, everyone assumes he’s kidding. Much gay disco muzak, and cameos from Marilyn Manson and Chloe Sevigny, but this is no Last Days Of Disco or even 54.

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