Mr. MovieFone’s Six Second Reviews of ‘Sanctum’ and ‘The Roommate’

mr moviefone friday Mr. MovieFones Six Second Reviews of Sanctum and The Roommate

sanctum Mr. MovieFones Six Second Reviews of Sanctum and The Roommate

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Mr. MovieFone stopped by to give us his reviews of this week’s upcoming new releases of Sanctum and The Roommate. See if Mr. MovieFone thinks either of these movies are worth the time and money to see!

From executive producer James Cameron, the man behind Titanic and Avatar, is the 3D adventure thriller Sanctum. Based on a true story, a team of explorers go on a trek to be the first to map a series of underwater caves until it floods. They’re forced to head deeper into the cave as their only way out.

New roommates in college played by Hollywood hotties Leighten Meester and Minka Kelly start off as best friends, until the one crazed roommate tries to keep the other all to herself.


One Comment

  1. RainbowRay says:

    I Recently saw “The Social Network” and “Narnia” Prince Caspian”, both pretty decent films. The Social Network is pretty good, but a bit dull and dry for my taste. I’m changing my Oscar prediction for best picture from The Social Network to The King’s Speech ( yet to have seen)’ to hell with all the hype for The Social Network.

    I give Social Network four boxes of popcorn out of five and Narnia: Prince Caspian, four and a half boxes of popcorn out of five.

    These two movies, I don’t know yet. Gnomio and Juliet maybe a good one to see though (there’s no place like “Nome” as they say in Alaska, but Maybe “juneau” that).


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