The Sentinel

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The Sentinel

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Run time: 108 mins

In Theaters: Friday 21st April 2006

Box Office USA: $36.2M

Box Office Worldwide: $77.9M

Budget: $60M

Distributed by: 20th Century Fox

Production compaines: 20th Century Fox

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 33%
Fresh: 45 Rotten: 90

IMDB: 6.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Pete Garrison, as David Breckinridge, as Jill Marin, as William Montrose, as The Handler, as Sarah Ballentine, as National Security Advisor, as President Ballentine, as Cindy Breckinridge, Raynor Scheine as Walter Xavier, Chuck Shamata as Director Overbrook, as Deputy Director Cortes, as Charlie Merriweather, as Aziz Hassad, Yanna McIntosh as Teddy Vargas

The Sentinel Review


Next time you rent an apartment, you might check to make sure it's not the doorway to hell before you sign the lease. Alison (Cristina Raines, who vanished from the Hollywood scene in 1987) is a suicidal model who figures this old and roomy place will offer a respite from her rough life. When she complains about the weird and loud neighbors (including an unforgettable and deliciously nasty Beverly D'Angelo, who rubs her crotch to, er, completion when Alison is over for coffee), it turns out no one else lives there. Is it a hallucination or demons? Either way, this is one hell of a sick little horror flick. Watching for stars then and now to make their appearances can alone make the film worthwhile.

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