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Right at Your Door (2006) Movie Information

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Right at Your Door (2006)
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Overall Rank:

10052

Avg. Rating:

2.36/4

# of Ratings:

22

Genres:

Thriller

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

01/23/2006

Director:

Chris Gorak

Actors:

Mary McCormack
Rory Cochrane
Tony Perez,
Jon Huertas
Scotty Noyd Jr.
Max Kasch

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

A dirty bomb goes off in Los Angeles, jamming freeways and spreading a toxic cloud.

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Great movie that had me hooked from the start with an ending I didnt see coming at all

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Low-key yet incredibly tense semi post apocalyptic movie, which hits all the right buttons. Plays on the fears of the public and the serious threat of terrorism and creates a wave of fear which is chilling and scarily realistic. A movie, which also deals with relationships, commitment and the desire to live, come what may. Superior acting, solid camerawork and a twist ending that although bordering on the ludicrous ends up the right side of brilliance.

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decent post 9/11 little terror of being trapped in your house after a chemical attack type movie. Rory Cochrane aka speed from csi miami won't let his wife in on the dawn of the apocalypse. interesting relationship type stuff. mary...what's her name Mary McCormack. nice little twist sort of at the end. good production value for such a low budg film all basically set on one location, in the house

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04/22/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Too Much Crying, Arguing

I was so frustrated with this movie because I wanted it so badly to succeed! The premise is great: biological warfare in Los Angeles. At first I thought, "Great! An independent movie with a fascinating and daring premise!" But those thoughts turned into, "What the hell. This couple needs to stop crying their eyes off. This is getting annoying!" half-way through the picture. I get that they had a small budget because it was independently made. But it was just too slow and too focused on this one couple to the point where it got redundant. They could have gone in a million different directions, such as showing the audience what was happening in--oh, I don't know--downtown Los Angeles, where the bombs originated. At first, it was heartpounding to hear that the city was being attacked and peo...

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