47 Meters Down: Uncaged (PG-13) (4.25)

4.3 out of 10 stars (4.3 / 10)
4.25

Movie Info

    The Review

    Mixed families can cause a lot of conflicts, especially when dealing with teenagers. One of these young girls is obsessed with her social life and the other is more content with the simple things. In an effort to bring them together, their parents book them on a shark tour. One of them is excited and the other is less than enthused (I’ll let you guess which is which). Upon arrival at the excursion area, some friends show up and offer them an opportunity to do something unforgettable. Reluctant at first, they decide to take a chance. When they arrive at this secret location, they quickly come to realize that they might be in for more than they bargained for. Exploring an undocumented area underwater comes with many challenges and dangers. One of them that no one planned for was sharks. Their dive goes from bad to worse when they find themselves trapped without a way out. When a familiar face emerges, it seems like everything will be alright. Don’t get too comfortable though, there is much more to come. There are plenty of jump scares in this perilous tale. It is drastically different from the first story and no real connection between the two other than the sharks. It’s an entertaining date movie that has a few surprises along the way but it’s definitely not for sensitive or young audiences.

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    Modine International school for girls, Mayan burial cave, Mexican tetra (blind cave fish), great white dive company, in memory of Geoff Smith / the underwater studios, 52279,

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