panic room


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panic room

n
a secure room with a separate telephone line within a house, to which a person can flee if someone breaks in
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The rooms - made famous by the Hollywood blockbuster Panic Room starring Jodie Foster - are completely independent of the palace and castle.
Getting a panic room is a really bad idea because it engenders more violence .
The broadcaster will also screen Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down, Jodie Foster thriller Panic Room and children's film Stuart Little 2.
LIVING in LA seems to have rubbed off on the Beckhams - their new [euro]60million home will have its own PANIC ROOM.
It may seem like something from Jodie Foster's movie Panic Room but, sadly, such moves are necessary because of the growing rate of domestic violence.
Jared Leto, the 31-year-old Panic Room actor, has been seen stepping out with Britney Spears - sparking rumours that the pair were getting it together to rile their exes, Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake.
When three petty criminals - Burnham (Whitaker), Raoul (Yoakam) and Junior (Leto) - break in, searching for a hidden fortune, Meg and Sarah seek refuge in the building's panic room.
ROBBIE WILLIAMS has had a panic room built at his home because he is terrified of being attacked by stalkers, I can reveal.
They want only one thing - and it's in the panic room the mother and daughter have fled to in fright .
Plans for the modest 35,000 sq-ft property show it will feature a movie theatre with its own lobby, a panic room (in case the cinema screens Woy Hodgson-era games), a two-floor garage and a sports bar.