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The Presence (1992)

Danger Island (original title)
Mixed assortment of people survive the crash of an airliner at sea; cast upon a shore of mysterious island they discover dangerous creatures, exploding bananas, mutations and a biological ... See full summary »

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Diana
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Ben
María Celedonio ...
Melissa (as Maria Celedonio)
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Rick
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Laura
Joe Lara ...
Matt
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Brian
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Karen
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Vic
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Ariel
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Kate
Steve Goldsberry ...
Frank
Ray Bumatai ...
Tupac
Kimo Hugho ...
Chief
Gina Maria Aurio ...
Linda
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Mixed assortment of people survive the crash of an airliner at sea; cast upon a shore of mysterious island they discover dangerous creatures, exploding bananas, mutations and a biological weapons research facility. Written by <bruce.bozarth@worldnet.att.net>

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From the past came an end to the future.

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Adventure | Horror

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20 September 1992 (USA)  »

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The Island  »

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Was actually going to be a pilot for a TV series, but the series never made it. See more »

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Diana: Welcome to the wild and wonderful world of modern science.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Not awful ....... but not fully developed .............
9 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My main problem with "Danger Island", also known as "The Presence" is that it tries to accomplish way too much. It is part airline disaster/ island survival, and then morphs into a quite intricate biological laboratory experiment gone horribly wrong horror movie. The whole thing seems overly ambitious for a TV movie, and indeed it collapses under the weight of the underdeveloped script. Logic is gone for good, when the laboratory which has been abandoned since 1976, seems to have a miraculous and unlimited source of electricity. The monster transformations are not bad, but they're not worth sitting through 90 minutes of this scrambled mess. - MERK


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