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Dangerous Attraction (2000)

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A successful ad agency woman finds herself in a dangerous power struggle, back-dropped by murder, when she begins to uncover the true identity of the two men she is dating.
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Linden Ashby ... Neil / Dan Paterson
Rae Dawn Chong ... Ann Rich
Andrea Roth ... Allison Davis
Ian Tracey ... Det. Ryan Bell
Aaron Pearl ... Michael
Ian Marsh Ian Marsh ... Trevor Bains
Paul McGillion ... Phillip Broger
Marya Delver ... Meghan
Deryl Hayes ... Detective
Nels Lennarson ... Burly Cop
Amy Esterle ... Sexy Girl
Dan Joffre ... Bad Ass Guy
Judith Maxie Judith Maxie ... Psychiatrist
Michael P. Northey ... Billy Bob
Sheila Paterson Sheila Paterson ... Nurse
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Two very different guys have upset Allison Davis's life. She met the first, Neil, in a nightclub; he is arrogant but so sexy. The other called Dan is a colleague from work; he is quite nice and very polite. Curiously she is attracted by these two extremes and is playing a dangerous game... Written by chacaloute

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Thriller

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Canada

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English

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30 May 2000 (Canada) See more »

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Double s├ęduction See more »

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Disguised as a sex flick, this thriller...
7 May 2005 | by dwpollarSee all my reviews

1st watched 5/7/2005 - 3 out of 10(Dir-Penelope Buitenhuis): Disguised as a sex flick, this thriller goes to ridiculous proportions with it's main psycho character as he goes on a killing spree with those who have contact with the main female character, Allison. I won't give away too much of the rest of the plot for those who attempt to watch this, but basically the murderer isn't himself. Who is he then, you ask? He's another person, of course(OK, I think I've already said too much). But anyway back to the review. The acting and writing is subpar in this movie, which is a good reason that it will stay on the "B" movie shelf at your local video outlet for as long as it lives there. Avoid it unless you just have to watch Andrea Roth, who plays Allison take a few showers and have rough sex a couple of times.


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