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Right At Your Door 2006 R CC

With Los Angeles under sieges by toxic bombs, Brad and Lexi struggle to survive with little supply, limited time and no information.

Starring:
Mary McCormack, Rory Cochrane
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Chris Gorak
Starring Mary McCormack, Rory Cochrane
Supporting actors Tony Perez, Scotty Noyd Jr., Jon Huertas, Max Kasch, David Richards, Nina Barry, Ed Martin, Jenny O'Hara, Will McCormack, Hector Luis Bustamante, Soledad St. Hilaire, Alejandra Flores, Nigel Gibbs, Emeka Nnadi, Marisol Ramirez, Christopher Rocha, Jessica Freitas, Kimberly Scott
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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We lived in Florida during the Cuban missle crisis and instead of ducking and covering under our desks we went out in the hallway and huddled against the wall during our nuclear attack drills. When I was growing up it was pretty much taken for granted that one day the Cold War was going to go nuclear. There were movies from "On the Beach" to "Fail-safe" that played out possible scenarios for the end of the world as we knew it, and even "Star Trek" assumed that World War III was going to be a nuclear war. When "The Day After" came out Carl Sagan was on the special edition of "Nightline" that followed saying that a real nuclear winter would be much worse than what we say in that made for television movie. But now we live in a world where a full out nuclear exchange between two super powers seems extremely remote if not impossible and we would like to believe that a terrorist attack involving nuclear weapons is not inevitable. We have seen such a scenario played out with super Agent Jack Bauer on "24," but that never really involves ordinary people. That is not the case with "Right at Your Door," which plays out against our worst fears at a very basic level.

Brad (Rory Cochrane) and Lexi (Mary McCormack) are living together in Los Angeles and on this fateful morning she goes off to work.
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Although produced on an independent budget, the filmmakers here have created a fantastic thriller. Set in Los Angeles, the film starts out as every day in our lives does, until that is, an unknown terrorist organization sets off a series of dirty bombs in the downtown area. Recalling the panic that set in on 9/11, our main characters don't know what to do, who to trust, or where to find credible information. What ensues is a truly scary proposition of what might happen, police declare marshall law, hospitals become traps for unwilling victims, and general chaos follows. The performance of Rory Cochrane is really what drives this tale, as he might finally get the recognition he deserves as a dramatic actor, after appearing in such films as Dazed & Confused, and A Scanner Darkly for the past 10 years, as well as CSI: Miami. The supporting cast is excellent as well, although it only takes a few poeple to drive this story, an element of its genius. I won't give away the ending, but it is definitely a twist you don't see coming. Some might not want to see a movie about what might possibly happen in the future, but I think that would be missing the point. We need to ask ourselves what we would do as a society, so we don't end up like the characters in the movie, if it ever does happen.
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It's a kind of post 9/11 terrorist/disaster thing involving a series of dirty bombs set off in Los Angeles and the ensuing toxic fallout from them. The view is constricted to the claustrophobic panic of what one man sees and hears, so the viewer is left in the dark about a lot of things. It's a low-budget, independent type of film, but I was quite riveted by it nonetheless. Well, mostly. While I was dutifully chilled to the bone by the images, predicaments and consequences presented in the film, there were some things that didn't quite jell for me. Still, I give it thumbs up for scaring the bejesus outta me and turning my skin as cold as stone, like all good apocalyptic type stories do.
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With so many Americans having settled back in to a pre-9/11 mindset, Right At Your Door is a timely and pretty effective wake-up call, really hitting close to home with the ever-present danger of international terrorism. I have no idea why the working title of this film was once Forearm Shiver, but the final choice of title fits the story perfectly. Brad (Rory Cochrane) and Lexi (Mary McCormack) are sort of a modern-day Everyman and Everywoman (she works while he practices - or not - with his "band") whose normal lives are shattered by a series of explosions across nearby Los Angeles. As if that weren't bad enough, the drama reaches a sustained crescendo at the couple's very door - literally. Plenty of films make you wonder what you might do in a certain character's shoes, but Right at Your Door takes it to an extreme, all but demanding that you take a stand on one of the most difficult of questions.

Brad is performing the most mundane of tasks - brushing his teeth - when the local radio station interrupts the music to announce that multiple bombs have exploded all across Los Angeles. Unable to reach his wife (who works in LA) on the phone, he jumps in the car and heads out into the chaos to find her and bring her home. Turned back by policemen blocking the city off from incoming traffic, he returns home and soon learns that some sort of dirty bombs were used in the attacks. As the deadly ash makes it way toward his location, he holds out as long as possible, hoping his wife will suddenly turn up at the door, before rushing to seal off the house - with the help of a construction worker from next door who has come there seeking refuge - from the deadly fallout.
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