A young scientific whiz (Mikey LeBeau) virtually single-handedly defeats corporate mercernaries who take his family hostage to get a blueprint for a top secret super-fast computer chip. Written by
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
First of all, let me say, I'm lucky enough to own a proper version of Playing Dangerous that i picked up for a pound many years ago in a VHS
video hire store! Anyway, my point is that this is such a good movie.
Why have not many people heard about it?, its not even a TV movie, you can't seem to buy it on DVD and i've never seen it on TV. Such a shame. This movie is in need of recognition. The boy, Mikey LeBeau, who doesn't seem to act anymore which is another great shame really does comes up with the goods. So these terrorists come to a quite expensive house looking for the boy's father's document - whatever that is, i don't really know. They are proper terrorists might i add and come well prepared. They scare the sh*t out of the family. The boy manages to kill them all off in the end (he is well clever) which is what you expect and its all happy families after that. If you can get hold of this film, buy it, rent it, record it - whatever it takes to watch it. Finally, I must add that this is better than a lot of sh*t we see today on a relatively low budget - one heck of a movie!
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