47 Meters Down: Uncaged 2019 Movie Review

47 Meters Down: Uncaged Movie Review & Info

Release Date August 13, 2019

CAST: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Stallone, Davi Santos, Khylin Rhambo, Brec Bassinger, John Corbett
DIRECTION: Johannes Roberts
GENRE: Horror, Thriller
DURATION: 1 hours 29 minutes

47 Meters Down: Uncaged Story: Whenthe four teenagers foundthemselves in the sunken ruins ofa great white shark, the diving went wrong.


Review: Mia (Sophie Nelisse), half-sister Sasha (Corinne Fox) and Sasha’s friends Alex (Brianne Tew) and Nicole (Sistine Stallon) travel to a secret location in Yucatan, Mexico. The father of Mia and Sasha, John Corbett, is an archaeologist. Specializes in underwater caves. The girls dived into one of these caves and found a blind shark in horror. At first they panicked, but then they united to survive. When looking for another outlet, I was worried about insufficient oxygen, but it was also necessary to put the sharks in the bay.


How they overcome the double danger is the essence of the film. The film premiere was Jamie Foxx’s daughter Corinne Fox and Sylvester Stallone’s daughter Sistine. It is also difficult to distinguish these four girls when wearing diving equipment and diving. In the key scenes of the movie, we can’t even see their expressions. Ohhannes Roberts is also the director of the original “47m Down”, he has many storytelling options for you to choose from.In the two girls hunted by sharks, you doubled the crime rate of potential victims and increased the interest in blinding the sharks, but this is when the decision about the action is made. I have to say, because they have no chance to fight against silent predators.


The woman struggled bravely to the last breath. Jumping and bloody shots of man-eater sharks are exciting. CGI is pretty good. The underwater scene proved to be a success, and the movie-like vision allows you to see the narrow part of the cave submerged by water. After a while, you start to feel claustrophobic. This movie needs an emotional core, but it has nothing to do with character development. The 89-minute playing time is long and lovely. When you feel like you are watching it in real time, this is really a gift in disguise.