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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    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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    Jude DryindieWire
    The last gasp of a shark saga that didn't need to come up for air.
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    Peter SobczynskiRogerEbert.com
    Like most films that are set almost entirely underwater, this is not a particularly appealing film from a visual perspective.
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    Peter HowellToronto Star
    This brainless sequel to 47 Meters Down forsakes much of what made that 2017 survival thriller the lean and mean success it was, a credible shark threat being first and foremost.
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    Bilge EbiriNew York Times
    The action is unclear and the menace unconvincing. The tin-eared dialogue - of which there is a shocking amount, for a movie set largely underwater - doesn't help either.
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    Katie WalshTribune News Service
    Feel free to stay out of the water with this one.
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    Federico FurzanCinelipsis
    Sure it's no 'Jaws', this low budget flick manages to do a pretty good job at creating tension out of an unknown situation. [Full review in Spanish].
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    Avaryl HalleyMovie Bitches
    It was kind of fun, it had some spooky stuff, it had a good setting.
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    Andrew GaldiMovie Bitches
    This is one of the better ones of these shark movies.
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    Chris WardFlickering Myth
    It isn't quite the Syfy-like catastrophe it could have been but there isn't a lot here to take away that you can't get from the far more appealing and satisfying double feature of The Descent and Jaws 2.
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