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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Dante’s Peak, directed by Roger Donaldson is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for disaster related peril and gore. The original release date was February 7, 1997 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Drama and stars Pierce Brosnan as Harry Dalton and Linda Hamilton as Rachel Wando.

      A


      volcano that has been dormant for many years finally shows signs of activity as it now threatens America’s most desirable place to live. Dr. Harry Dalton discovers this new development in the volcanos recent change and tries to warm the inhabitants of the area about the impending destruction.

      There isn’t really that much to say about ...


      • this story of the movie. It is pretty straight forward and easy to follow, the only suspence is in the anticipation of the eruption of the volcano.

        The dialog is fascinating, the animation as it relates to the lava flowing out of the volcano looks real enough, so, it’s really a very true to life type

        film…it asks the question to all, “what would you do if you find yourself living in an area that has an active volcano?”

        Not a blockbuster hit, it could have done alot better than it did, but, it has nothing to feel guilty about. The producers did all that they could with this film. Happy viewing!




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