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Danika (2006)

The story follows Danika, a woman whose fears for her children are manifested in premonitions of death and disaster. Bierko plays Tomei's husband, while Hall is her psychiatrist and confidant.

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Danika Merrick
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Lizzie Geralds
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Man
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Patricia Guilford
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Bank Robber #1
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Bank Robber #2 (as Jeffrey Brown)
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Randy Merrick
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Kurt Merrick
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Lauren Merrick (as Nicky Prian)
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Brian Merrick
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Dr. Evelyn Harris
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Nanny
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Teddy Johnson
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Sales Lady
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Danika is a thirty-five year old overprotective mother with a beautiful family composed of her successful husband Randy, two sons - the teenager Kurt and the little Brian, and one teenager daughter - Lauren. Danika is disturbed and near a breakdown, having dark and terrifying nightmares and daydreams; distracted in her work and consequently committing mistakes; and under psychiatric treatment with Dr. Evelyn. Her problems originated when her husband cheated on her with the nanny of their children, breaking her confidence in him. The lack of attention caused by her disturbed mind leads her family into tragedy. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rated R for violence, language, some sexual content and a scene of drug use | See all certifications »

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10 June 2006 (USA)  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Craig Bierko joined the cast the day before shooting began, replacing the original actor cast as Randy. See more »

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When the family is walking away from the crash the two younger kids change place from one shot to the next. See more »

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Written & Performed by Greg Laswell
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Great movie, probably excellent - - - until the last 10 minutes
21 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

After seeing the trailer for this, I was really excited to watch it. I got about 45 minutes into it when I realized that I had to go to work. I work at Blockbuster so I was telling everybody about this great movie coming out on Tuesday saying, "I'm only 45 minutes in but so far, it's really great!" Well, I finished it just now and I have to say, the ending wasn't all that great. I'm kind of upset because I really, REALLY liked the first hour but by the end, it was kind of mixed up and left me going, "I REALLY hope this isn't the end of the movie" and it was. Don't get me wrong, it's a "think about it after the movie is over" ending and I did but I really wish they would have ended it a bit better.

Great Story - Great Beginning - Great Middle - Okay End


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