A group of friends on vacation decide to venture onto a trail high up in the mountains that has been closed for repairs. The climb proves more perilous than planned, especially as they soon realize that they are not alone. The adventure turns into a nightmare.
- Stars:Fanny Valette, Johan Libéreau, Raphaël Lenglet, Nicolas Giraud, Maud Wyler, Justin Blanckaert, Guilhem Simon,
- Director:Abel Ferry,
- Writer:Johanne Bernard (scenario), Louis-Paul Desanges (scenario), Ludovic du Clary (story editor)
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(ag) wrote: So I saw this... movie? That was about... life?.... Kylie Minogue was there?.... But in the end I.... definitely... liked it?
(ca) wrote: Just started to watch Sanctum, but after a very painful half hour I could not watch and moreover "listen" to it any longer.. Script, laughable, the plot was thrown at you with some intensely bad acting by good actors miscast to give what promised (as a concept) to be a thrilling movie. Rhys Wakefield definitely belongs in amateur dramatics (perhaps a high school plays?) Richard Roxburgh is a character actor and cannot carry a leading role.Ioan Gruffudd is a fantastic actor, but as a rich American thrill seeker.. hmmm?The rest of the cast were also-rans and don't bare a mention.. It is a 4/10 back of the shelf disappointment
(au) wrote: Dogme #4Human isolation exposed.Worth watching
(kr) wrote: Finally got around to this. Not as good as I was hoping.
(nl) wrote: There are many people who like to say that Bruce Willis has given up and just shows up in films for the pay checks without trying nowadays. I think 16 Blocks makes a decent case to the contrary because he keeps this movie going when the story absolutely falls apart. Now, to be fair, this is a very familiar role for Willis. Once again he plays a washed-up alcoholic police officer who gets himself in deeper than expected. In this movie the dilemma is that he is transporting a federal witness 16 blocks away to the courthouse, but the people he will testify against know he's coming and will try to kill him on the way. The movie is very choppy and disjointed because they keep going into a safe place, getting found, and then running until they can find a safe spot again. There is no natural flow or rhythm to the story, and it seems like things keep happening strictly because the movie needs them to happen. I like some of the revelations that are given along the way, and when there is an action sequence I think they are filmed well. Perhaps my #1 biggest pet peeve with this movie is the painfully bad voice that Mos Def decides to give his character. I don't understand why he felt the need to add that to his performance, but it is like nails on a chalkboard to me. He sounds like someone making a very insensitive imitation of a deaf person's speech pattern. There are elements I like in 16 Blocks, but sadly it didn't have enough of those elements to rise above the average action film.
(au) wrote: Disney Classic loved watching it when I was younger
(nl) wrote: Not even a serious set of Charlies on Carla Gugino,the legend that is John Heard, a vintage OTT performance from Cage or the slick direction from Brian DePalma can save this flick.