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Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 5 years ago
It had its moments, but bad character development was its undoing.
Tim Jules Hull almost 6 years ago
An incredible story marred by poor production, particularly the audio dubbing.
Anne over 2 years ago
Andy Higgins over 2 years ago
Veja Kairos 4 years ago
Phetcharat 4 years ago
Mandy Allen almost 5 years ago
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Nathan T. 7 years ago
Granger over 7 years ago
Sanctum is a 2011 Australian 3D adventure drama film directed by Alister Grierson from a screenplay by John Garvin and Andrew Wight, and story by Wight. It stars Rhys Wakefield, Richard Roxburgh, Ioan Gruffudd, Alice Parkinson, and Daniel Wyllie. 17-year-old Josh McGuire (Rhys Wakefield), expedition bank-roller Carl Hurley (Ioan Gruffudd) and his girlfriend, Victoria (Alice Parkinson), travel to the Esa'ala Cave, an underwater cave exploration site in Papua New Guinea. Josh's father Frank (Richard Roxburgh), a master diver, has already established a forward base camp at a lower level inside the cave, where the team have been exploring for weeks. While exploring a section of the cave known as Devil's Restriction, Frank and diver Judes (Allison Cratchley) meet with an accident which results in Judes' death, fueling arguments and speculation among the group. Unaware that a fierce storm has developed topside, it is discovered that communications with the surface have broken down. The...
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