47 Meters Down: Uncaged

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68% Audience Score68%
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    I was actually routing for the sharks! Could cared less any of these dumb girls died. Why? Because you didn’t give a crap about any of them. Bad script, bad directing, BAD CASTING. just horrible.
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    Rating: 4/10. 49/100
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Violent/but yet very good! This is a good sequel movie for 47 Meters Down movie. It is more violent/scarier! I really enjoyed watching it... and I was not disappointed at all! This may get poor reviews but I think teens will enjoy this horror shark movie.It scared me with all the intense/disturbing images in this movie. I give this 80% Rotten Tomatoes!
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    So much better then the first one! Great plot, acting, and edge of your seat thrill
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    I totally didn't expect to like this movie. But it was awesome. You root for the divers and the ending is wow! I liked this better than the first one. This is a must see. Makes you appreciate dry land.
  • 1.5 of 5 stars
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    Dumb. So dumb. If I was 12 years old it might have been terrifying. I think that is how old the director and writer were... I can suspend disbelief only so far. A single air tank would have been done in 5-10 minutes they way they were thrashing around and screaming constantly. Sharks don't bite you gently in the abdomen then swim away with you giving you ample time to poke it in the eye. I might have given it 2.5 stars except for the incredibly unbelievable, laughably stupid ending.
  • 1.5 of 5 stars
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    Story/Screenplay: (0.5/5) Started out OK, but then...awful. Simply awful. Obviously the result of getting a room full of 6 year old boys and asking them all the "cool" things they'd like to see in a shark movie. Duration/Tempo: (3.5/5) At 1 hour and 30 minutes, it's a very short film that felt a bit longer, but it was still short. Cast & Crew: (3.5/5) Sophie Nelisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, and Sistine Rose Stallone were actually OK. I don't know who they are, but they were not this film's problem. Summary: (1.5/5) The cast was good enough and the film felt short, but the story was so defective my brain hurts thinking about it. A very big thumbs down.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    I think the creativity and idea for the movie was really good. The suspense and shark attacks were frightening, but fun to watch. The CGI was really good too. I think it was honestly just a fun and scary shark movie that is pretty good compared to many other shark movies I've seen.
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    Ouch that hurt like a shark bite. Regarding the unusual song selection during the opening of the movie, I feel it should have been released during the 1980s let alone the original intention of a "Straight to DVD" release. Furthermore, the depth indicated by the title 47 Metres Down is never suggested in the movie and why not? Sloppy dialogue, costume design, lighting, CGI and acting could answer this question as the studio clearly did not care about the quality of this film and the time wasted by it's audience members. On a positive note, a clear message to "always respect others" is highlighted using interactions between Mia and her bullies (who pushes Mia into a school pool during a stunning slow motion opening shot of the movie) as they immediately regret their attitudes towards her after the final act. I cannot believe there is a screaming fish in this movie it was hilarious!
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    I honestly can't understand how people liked this one better than the first movie. There are so many unnecessary elements and bad choices by both the characters and the scriptwriters it isn't even funny. To those who haven't seen it, watch Sharknado instead cause even with the drastically smaller budget you'll at least get a laugh out of it. To those who have seen this movie, let me tell you why it fell flat for me. SPOILERS AHEAD! In the first film, the girls got into this by a freak accident but here, they knowingly do something stupid. Now I have no problem with using small-time actors to save some money but still want people to recognize them. What I do have a problem with is making all the female characters morons who don't understand that a shark attracted to sound might be drawn to loud noises like wild splashing, screaming, and yelling. (Even though they used noise to escape from it in an earlier scene.) When they get away and use the pulley system to try to escape they start making tons of noise and the girl on the pully is going so slow she may have been going backward. Then they act surprised when the shark shows up! One of the characters even dies by drowning, not by sharks! That's like having a survivor die of food poisoning in a zombie movie. Another thing that bugs me is the shark. The studio had double the budget of the first film but in several shots, the shark looks painfully fake. Why did they make it a blind shark anyway? There were plenty of ways for it to escape the caves and acclimate itself to the light since it wasn't trapped. The sharks don't even get killed in the end and the survivors are attacked by regular sharks in the last bit so what was the point? And that leads me to the stinker of an ending. They pull the same stunt of a character getting attacked as they head to safety before being rescued not once but twice and the way they get saved is so terribly Hollywood. Bottom line, if you want suspense and scare's go see the first one. If you want to see dumb generic characters die and Hollywood being....well, Hollywood about it then this movie is for you.