The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary

In 1897, the “Poisoned Knife” clan broke into the royal palace of Thailand to steal the Royal Antiques which the King intended to give to America as a reward for its help in negotiations that avoided Thai territorial cuts. The clan succeeded in stealing the antiques, but the thieves didn’t escape with their lives. Before their deaths, they hid the antiques somewhere close to the palace. During his interrogation, the last bandit chose to end his life by Master Sawang’s sword and let the place where the Royal Antiques were hidden die with him.

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The Sanctuary torrent reviews

Hannah M (ca) wrote: I first saw Benedict Cumberbatch in the BBC TV show "Sherlock" and decided to look up what else he'd done. In this made-for-TV movie, he does an *excellent* job playing Stephen Hawking in the early days of his diagnosis. The movie's writer, Peter Moffat, also wrote the fairly-entertaining Einstein and Eddington, but the writing is sharper and more interesting in this older one. Well worth checking out for fans of biographies, science stories, or Benedict Cumberbatch.

Lee M (kr) wrote: A quiet chamber piece that reflects on family, communication, grief and misunderstanding.

Leanna L (ru) wrote: really good movie =]

Paul T (kr) wrote: OMG! I've seen a lot of bad movies in mt time, but this is possibly one of the worst. Where to start? Cast of non-entities... fully loaded. Plotting... gossamer thin and incredibly stupid. Acting...????. Extras hurling themselves into perfectly calm seas to simulate shark attacks... lots. Cast members who notice that any of them have gone missing... none! And to top it all off... it runs for over three hours! You've been warned...

Pat M (de) wrote: Wonderful for Netflix Bad Movie Night, Danny Trejo is awesome though

Petra S (ag) wrote: Nah. They had the plot and the actors but they didn't take it to the other level (no pun intended). Like a "Most haunted" episode. With the special effects possibilites they have today it could have been so much better.

John B (kr) wrote: The Karate Kid Part III, while good, is a rather disappointing conclusion to the "Karate Kid'' trilogy. But it's not without it's worthwhile moments like Ralph Macchio's usual great performance, along with great chemistry with Pat Morita. Also, the film brings a much more hyped-up villain performed by Thomas Ian Griffith, the evil sensi from the first film Martin Cove and a brutal and cruel bully performed by Sean Kanan.

Filipe C (ag) wrote: It shows potential throughout and entertains thanks to its lively cast and down-to-earth mishaps, but ultimately falls short of being a well-rounded, significant and complete film about the struggles of teenagers.

Jayakrishnan R (it) wrote: 82%Saw this on 15/1/15Frequency is well directed and it's story is rather unique. It's visual effects range from good to mediocre. It's first 40 minutes is mind blowing and although it's plot thickens towards the second half, the over influence of action slightly hacks the interest of viewers, however still the ending of the film is good enough to keep it memorable.

Nikitah L (ru) wrote: Too much sexual stuff. Funny, though.