47 Meters Down: Uncaged

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  • 47 Meters Down: Uncaged may not be as ruthlessly efficient as its finned villains, but fans of shark peril thrillers should find it just chummy enough.
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    Felix Vasquez Jr.Cinema Crazed
    There's no real message here to "Uncaged" beyond watching some sharks eviscerate a young girl's entire life and livelihood.
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    Mark H. HarrisBlack Horror Movies
    In trying to one-up the first film, Uncaged becomes more cartoonish and unrealistic (granted, not in the league of The Meg), but that also makes it more fun than the downer original.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    The film ups the ante on its predecessor, resulting in a pure, rather beautiful example of genre as ritual.
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    Erick EstradaCinegarage
    There are better proposals, there are better movies, and of course there are better bad movies of sharks out there. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Mabel SalinasCine Premiere
    A monotone and repetitive film. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Luis Fernando GalvánEn Filme
    A work of entertainment that is disposable and predictable. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Richard James HavisSouth China Morning Post
    How can the girls be heard screaming underwater? How can a human outswim a shark? If [only] the director had bothered to consider such basic questions...
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    Alejandro LingentiLa Nación (Argentina)
    The action and terror scenes are the only achievement in this predictable story. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Justin BrownMedium Popcorn
    The movie was just bad, even the music was terrible...
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    Brandon CollinsMedium Popcorn
    At least everyone was beautiful...talented, but not in this movie...everyone phoned it in.
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