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A Dangerous Place

4.5 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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Paranoia will overwhelm a pharmaceutical executive when she discovers her company is intentionally poisoning the public to profit from the antidote. On the run with no one to trust she, is the only one who can save the nation from an epidemic. Riveting and action packed, A Dangerous Place is documents a terrifying possibility that is all too real!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Sal Rendino, Kevin Interdonato, Kristen Dalton, Nicole Haddad, Carol Bayruns
  • Directors: Gregory J. Corrado
  • Producers: Jr. David W. Schoner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Color, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Screen Media
  • DVD Release Date: January 8, 2013
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009S0VHGO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,192 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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We tend to forget how really good most movies are until you see one like this. Nothing is quite right. Even the music is out of place. I have seen better acting in college plays. Maybe the director just didn't quite get it, or the budget only allowed one take, whatever the reason, this one stinks.
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Claire (Kristen Dalton) and her son Ryan (Hans Otto Schundler) do not have closure 8 months after 9-11 when her husband Will (Joe Ryan) died. The ghost of Will returns to help the pair in a discreet manner. Claire works for a pharmacy company which produces a drug for TB...and it just so happens there has been an outbreak. She is also being pressured to make a pitch to sell the company during the outbreak.

The film centers around the character of Claire. She is a driver, a super woman. If you don't like her, you won't like the film. I loved her role, the relationships she had with everyone, and the crisp dialouge. The production reminded me of a Lifetime film, except for some strange reason I enjoyed watching Kristen Dalton overcome all kinds of issues.

This is a film I don't normally like, it just caught me in the right mood.

Parental Guide: No sex or nudity. I don't recall any F-bombs.
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David Schoner has done an amazing job with the cinematography in "A Dangerous Place," so much that you sometimes think you're at risk just like the characters. Intense watch, very relatable for the Tri-State area, and cathartic. Must Watch.
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There seems to be an invisible war going on between the worlds of "festival" movies and "Hollywood" movies. Festival snobs will accuse the movies produced by the Hollywood machine of being drool-inducing and mindless, while popcorn-crunchers will attack independent productions as pretentious and artsy-for-its-own-sake.

In reality, both categories have their strengths and weaknesses. Hollywood movies take advantage of the massive budgets and A-list talent made available to them, and the (admittedly rare) truly talented creative men and women know how to make immensely satisfying spectacles. Festival movies, made with small budgets and seemingly often willed into existence by the sheer determination of the filmmakers, are usually full of heart and are allowed to experiment a bit more than a Hollywood production due to not being tied down to a money-minded producer's will.

It is only rarely that a movie will satisfy on both sides. A Dangerous Place draws from the thriller tradition of big Hollywood but never loses its ability to involve the audience's emotions and challenge norms. It is a movie about the strength of an independent woman forced to act with the safety of the country on the line that keeps the audience both riveted and intellectually and emotionally involved. Having seen the movie at the 2012 Garden State Film Festival, where it won the best picture award and set attendance records, I was witness to the way the entire audience reacted to both the emotional moments and the thrilling ones. A film with the ability to do both holds a special power and indicates a special talent.

A sight that I won't forget: old ladies in the audience cheering passionately as the antagonist meets his violent demise. This is how you know a movie has succeeded in involving its audience.

A great movie that is relevant to the times, emotionally involving, and as thrilling as anything Hollywood is capable of producing.
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I saw this movie at the Garden State Film Festival for the first time and it was a great experience. Seeing local, budding actors and actresses work alongside New Jersey filmmakers and talent was truly a rare thing. The state does not get enough credit it deserves and it's a great thing to support a homegrown indie film. For example, some of the scenes were filmed in Cranford and Newark, NJ.

Aside from supporting the New Jersey film scene, it's also really great to see a seasoned actress such as Kristen Dalton (who was Jack Nicholson's GF in The Departed!) utilize her acting talents to her fullest potential. She seemed to effortlessly mold into her role.

After meeting and getting to know all of the different people involved with "A Dangerous Place," I know why the movie came out as well as it did and why it gained such widespread support in the film festival market. Everyone involved was passionate and dedicated and seeing the community it built is all the more reason to support this movie.

...and it will keep you at the edge of your seat!
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These reviews are probably from the same reviewers on IMDB. These reviews appear to be a plug for films and filming in New Jersey and not real. In other words fake.
Another note concerning the bogus reviews, almost every review is from first time reviewers which were much like the ones left on the youtube trailer. On top of that the director himself left a review on this site! boxoffice.com does not even have it listed in it's archives. Heck there aren't enough copies to even sell on Amazon.

The review: "A Frantic Place" This straight to torrent film is indeed "Frantic".It is continually in a frantic search for an identity. Is it a suspense? Is it a drama? is it a feel good movie? It seems to be several ideas that could have been pursued into several stories but ended up in one. Near the end as the movie's star was fighting for her life so was this film. Character development was so fractured it became convoluted. I did view this without a preconceived notion or expectation.
In regard to the cast,crew and Director writing "Reviews" for this Film, I still feel it is a conflict of interest for any commenting here or any other sites by anyone other than the end user or viewer.

To the Director, thank you for your kind note. Feel free to contact me about your future projects.
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