"47 Meters Down: Uncaged" follows the diving adventure of four teenage girls exploring a submerged Mayan City. Once inside, their rush of excitement turns into a jolt of terror as they discover the sunken ruins are a hunting ground for deadly Great White Sharks. With their air supply running out, the friends must navigate the underwater labyrinth of claustrophobic caves and eerie tunnels in search of a way out of their watery hell.
The deepest a recreational diver with a lot of experience can dive is around 30 metres, you will need to go through decompression procedures. forty seven meters needs specialist equipment and knowledge, not a bunch of air head blonds!
Also the film would have no entertainment value as the water at that depth would be pitch black, zero, zilch light.
Haven't seen the film but have made many dives, one dive won't be to watch this fiction.
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This was terrible.
- 47 Meters Down: Uncaged review by DG
Special effect were really very average.
The score was pretty average too.
Plot - terrible.
The Sharks are blind with heightened other senses so what do this bunch of teens do, scream as loudly as possible and create all manor of turbulence.
Leave it alone........
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Not a patch on the first one!
- 47 Meters Down: Uncaged review by TB
They should have a stuck with their approach in the filming of the first one (which was pretty good) and just adjusted the storyline slightly; much like how the classic ‘Jaws’ films did. However they instead decided to go with a crazy storyline that had so many flaws and faults that it felt more like an underwater version of the Abyss meets Alien, meets blind sharks.
The twist at the end was quirky and clever but not enough to save this film.
The first one is a good watch but this was woeful.