Although DOWN, OUT AND DANGEROUS may be condemned as reactionary twaddle by advocates for the homeless, for mean-spirited thrill-seekers it's as much fun as stuffing oneself with a bag of cookies. Empty-calorie escapism, this tango between a decent suburbanite and a demented street
person gets a lot of mileage out of the question: how much can that bum get away with?
White-collar worker Brad Harrington (Bruce Davison) toils at an office without getting the respect he deserves from a jittery boss, Lance Fredericks (George DiCenzo). At home, he deals with the needs of his wife Monica (Cynthia Ettinger) and with the pettiness of his neighbor Mr. Burrows (Stuart