The 3-D action-thriller Sanctum, from executive producer James Cameron, follows a team of underwater cave divers on a treacherous expedition to the largest, most beautiful and least accessible cave system on Earth. When a tropical storm forces them deep into the caverns, they must fight raging water, deadly terrain and creeping panic as they search for an unknown escape route to the sea. Master diver Frank McGuire (Richard Roxburgh) has explored the South Pacific's Esa-ala Caves for months. But when his exit is cut off in a flash flood, Frank's team--including 17-year-old son Josh (Rhys Wakefield) and financier Carl Hurley (Ioan Gruffudd)--are forced to radically alter plans. With dwindling supplies, the crew must navigate an underwater labyrinth to make it out. Soon, they are confronted with the unavoidable question: Can they survive, or will they be trapped forever?
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Elijah B (jp) wrote: The people who brought us Happy Feet and The Lego Movie have suprised us yet again with Storks. A very entertaining animated feature film that I believe many kids around the world including adults will have a great time watching this animated fast paste film.
Merry J (kr) wrote: I watched this because one of my friends gave it a good rating. This was a really good movie. The male actor looked and sounded like Elvis Presley. The actor was quite handsome also. I liked this movie so I gave it 5 stars. The main actor was an Elvis impersonator and this was his first time acting in a movie. That is why the actor sounds like Elvis. LOL!
Kirk S (fr) wrote: I really liked the way Thomas Jane played the role as Richard however this movie is awful. Don't even waste your time
Moore S (de) wrote: Love it or hate it. I chose the latter. Ambitious plot idea, but fails to deliver. I was never a fan of movies focusing on unlikely formed relationships over time. The evident lack of sci-fi ideas with an expected sci-fi plot, took off major points here.
Diego P (br) wrote: Mlanie Laurent was right in the movie , the expressions of the people you speak of many things, perfectly testable in Beginners .Words fail me to express everything that has made me feel such situations to swim unknown in our society , as the characters face the events that befall them and their relations , as it can apparently be easy will inevitably complicate pro not cause major disasters both in life and in others by the inexperience of being beginners, because the complexity of life allows us to make mistakes both young and old . But despite being rookies, if we say yes to life and followed our instincts , we can make the sad and complex becomes cheerful and simple.
Sgt C (es) wrote: (46%) One of the less awful found footage movies that has a decent pace to it, and more than its fair share of zombie based terror. It opens quite strongly as it follows a swat group en route to the apartment block from the first movie likened to the raid, and even though here the group's tactics leave a lot to be desired (they go strait to the top floor without cheeking the others which is a great way of getting killed). But once the second chapter comes round following three kids getting up to no good then it starts to loose focus and the movie's camera movements gets too shaky for it to be watchable at times. Besides the repeating use of more or less the same scares, its throwaway nature, and the eye ruining camera movements, this is worth a look for most horror fans, and maybe the best found footage flick I've seen.
Jacob M (ru) wrote: One of Seth Rogen's better roles.
Cindy R (us) wrote: This is an incredibly intense film that stayed on my mind for months after watching it - finally I ordered the book from Amazon but unfortunately the film was only released on a type of DVD that can't be played on my standard U.S.-manufactured DVD player. All I can hope for is that one day whatever movie provider I have will replay it so I can record it. It's quite a life-changer and I highly recommend this movie!
Lee C (ru) wrote: A quirky little black humoured affair. Not overly funny more amusing, but compelling for the storyline. Characters are great!
Adam R (mx) wrote: An estranged Disney movie that is often forgotten, although it isn't bad. The animation isn't pretty, but there is plenty of adventure to keep you entertained. (First viewing - Summer 2001 in theaters)
Bruno V (ru) wrote: Not as great as i did remember but decent enough after seeing at the 5th time i think ! A Pitty the impact come so late in the movie ! SOMDVD
Brandon B (kr) wrote: Troy is one of the most irritating people ever. He's like that kid everyone knew in high school or college who wore army pants, had a weird haircut, and ranted constantly about wilderness survival and knives. Well, apparently that kid grew up to spend $100,000 on a grizzly-proof suit that...well...(sigh) I don't want to spoil it.
OliverTodd H (es) wrote: The only people who would enjoy this movie are the ones with the lame sense of humour.. It's obvious this movie isn't a serious "horror" movie, and pretty much a joke of a film. I wouldn't watch this movie again.
Lee M (fr) wrote: What's on view is a bloated youth-appeal picture with disappointing effects and a very thin story. Production values notwithstanding, it has the feel of a direct-to-video title perfect for babysitting duties.
Vincent P (jp) wrote: The pseudo-science is good for a laugh but that animal cruelty I just cannot condone.
Tom S (kr) wrote: I saw the DVD on a shelf when I was 5 34 years later I watched 30 minutes of it.I pondered life.this lead me to question beefexpress and wether Ben and Jerry's ice cream was any good or not. I then watched the film fully. Ben and Jerry's is quite good 6 out of mike
David B (ag) wrote: Warner Brothers studios of the late '20s & early '30s is said to more openly and bluntly portray the lives and struggles of average, working-class people. Moreover, this dance director, Busby Berkeley, is alleged to be somewhat more sensual than their peers.All this is important to me because I find most movies of the 40's and 50's to be way, way too pristine, sterile, and politically-correct (for that time). I am looking forward to seeing more movies prior to the formation of the Production Code Administration (PCA) (1934-1968), which required all filmmakers to submit their films for approval before release (to monitor for everything under the sun).
830615521 (nl) wrote: I dozed off and fell asleep. Did wake up when the credits were rolling.
Paul B (ru) wrote: Decent movie. Not as great as the reviews though. Shot in Detroit which is awesome. Decent story. Decent characters. Decent suspense. However, the music is terrible and there are slow parts.