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In the gripping tradition of UNFAITHFUL and FATAL ATTRACTION, ASUNDER sizzles with passion, deception, and suspense! When Chance (Blair Underwood -- FULL FRONTAL) loses all that he cherishes in a freak accident, his grief grows into a deadly obsession that begins to rip apart the lives of his closest friends, Michael (Michael Beach -- TV's THIRD WATCH, SOUL FOOD) and Lauren (Debbie Morgan -- TV's CHARMED, PORT CHARLES, THE HURRICANE). Soon, Michael and Lauren are trapped in a living nightmare as Chance continues his descent into madness while desperately plotting to take back what was "stolen" from him! Directed by Tim Reid (ONCE UPON A TIME ... WHEN WE WERE COLORED), ASUNDER is an edge-of-your-seat thriller you don't want to miss!

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  • Actors: Blair Underwood, Debbi Morgan, Michael Beach, Marva Hicks, Desiree Marie Velez
  • Directors: Tim Reid
  • Writers: Eric Lee Bowers
  • Producers: Tim Reid, Dick Atkins, Martin C. Jones
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Restricted
  • Studio: Dimension
  • DVD Release Date: February 11, 2003
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007K02J
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,880 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Asunder" on IMDb

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I love this movie and feel that I must write a review to clear up a few things in a description on a couple of other sites. The person who wrote the description says Chance is out for revenge because he blames his best friend Michael for his wife's death. This is true, but the reason given is incorrect and just stupid. It says Chance believes Michael somehow plotted to kill his wife in a freak accident. The reviewer says that Chance believed that Michael planned the scenario because Michael knows Chance had an affair with his wife, Lauren. That is not what happens in this movie. Not only is this information they're disseminating too simplistic, it's incorrect and makes a quality movie sound silly. Even Chance, as irrational as he gets, doesn't make this dumb accusation (especially since Roberta is the one whom dictates the circumstances in the situation). He blames Michael simply because he can, and it is easier then blaming himself. It makes me wonder did the person writing the description for these sites really watch the movie. I don't know why they didn't do what Amazon has done and just use the synopsis on the back of the DVD. Nice job Amazon! You just give the pertinent statistics and back cover synopsis and let people decide for themselves, and they should decide to buy this movie.

To begin, this movie is so engrossing. I initially only saw the last 30 minutes or so, and I had to make sure that the next time it came on cable my husband and I would watch it. It was better and much more complicated than I thought. This movie is everything the description on the back of the DVD builds it up to be. Michael Beach, Debbi Morgan, and Blair Underwood are all extraordinary actors and Tim Reid is an extraordinary director. So I really shouldn't have expected anything less.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I remember receiving an email when the movie was to be released. However, it didn't receive any support and I don't think it was even in the theaters longer than a week. How unfortunate. This movie was excellent. Just goes to show how the media down plays black actors, writers and producers. If you can sit and watch "28 Days Later" (which is an absolute mess of a movie) shame on you for not supporting this suspenseful drama. This movie shall become a part of my personal collection. THE BOMBDIGITY FOR SURE.
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I went to the premier of this movie. I know the owner of the production company and was invited to go. I have seen this movie 3x. It is excellent and I have even bought the DVD. I absolutely love this version of the black Fatal Attraction. Blair Underwood was outstanding in his part. I highly recommend buying this for your DVD collection.
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Can you say obsession? Blair Underwood plays a character named chance, who takes chances and becomes obsessed with his best friends wife after the tragic death of his wife and unborn child. Instead of mourning his late wife he resorts to stalking his best friends wife. For a while you have to wonder....did he really love his late wife. Watching chance go through his emotions, you feel sorry for him, then you get angry at him, then you start to truly hate him. So your own emotions go for a serious ride while watching this film. This movie is a modern Fatal Attraction. You will be riveted to your seat until the credits roll at the end of the film. There are some twists, and turns that will make you gasp!!! It's a movie you have to see!!! Good Cast, and Blair really showed his versatility in this film. Go Blair!!!!
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I always knew Blair was a good actor but he really shined in this role. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this movie. It comes off as a low budget made-for-BET movie at first but it went way past expectations. I wouldn't say this is a great movie but it keeps you entertained because of Underwood.

Debbie Morgan was a delight as well and knowing her from television work and as AMC's Angie, I was surprised to see her in a film like this. I never thought of her as acting in something like this and it was refreshing to see her in this role.

Michael Beach was completely out shined. His role wasn't memorable or convincing at all. He was jealous when he shouldn't have been yet dumb and blind to what is going on around him. He had no commonsense and his character could've been written with more depth. I've seen Beach in a lot of movies and to me he tends to overact sometimes and he seemed off the mark with this role. He didn't seem comfortable with the dialogue and his scenes seemed forced. He had zero chemistry with Morgan while she and Underwood oozed so much sexual chemistry it oozed off the screen.

I think the film was too short and more could've been done. Some scenes were unnecessary and pointless. At times it was like the film was pieced together in the wrong spots. But Underwood was mesmerizing and looking forward to him in each scene was the only thing that kept me watching.

I applaud Tim Reid for trying to give us a black Fatal Attraction but it wasn't without issues. We should've known more background about Chance (Underwood) and why he acts the way he acts. We're led to believe he snaps when his wife and unborn child dies, but then Michael (Beach) shares with Lauren (Morgan) that Chance always had a dark side. Which is it?
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