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In a movie, when a group of cave divers are exploring caverns no one has ever reached and they are underwater, you just know disaster is around the corner, like when a guy in a horror film says, " I'll be right back," or you just bought a ticket to an...
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RedEye movie critic*1/2 (out of four) Grouchy adventurer Frank (Richard Roxburgh) is obsessed with swimming through caves at the deepest reaches of the earth, which hasn’t left him much time to bond with his son Josh (Rhys Wakefield). They have more time to get to...
James Cameron's latest since "Avatar" is now in theaters. "Sanctum" is a thriller about underwater cave diving. It’s a story of a group of underwater cave divers, some who do not return. The film's beginning is photographically breathtaking with...
The Eagle The mystery of the disappearance of Rome's IX Legion Hispana inspires yet another moderately rousing action picture in “The Eagle,” a film based on Rosemary Sutcliff's popular 1950s novel about “The Eagle of the Ninth.”...
The ads for "Sanctum" draw immediate attention to James Cameron's producing credit. Because audiences associate Cameron with stunning visuals, it's no wonder that the film makes a number of unnecessary attempts to look beautiful. At the...
Ministry of GossipThe "Sanctum" movie premiere starred executive producer James Cameron. James Cameron brought underwater and 3-D expertise to the "Sanctum" movie....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelBeautifully back-lit bodies are suspended in water and suspended from the 3D screen in “Sanctum,” the new trapped-in-a-cave thriller that James Cameron produced as a way of showing off his love of all things underwater. It's a solid, old-...
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