47 Meters - Uncaged | Movie Review

After the claustrophobic survival movie 47 Meters (UK - 2017), British director Johannes Roberts (The Strangers: Prey at Night, The Other Side of the Door) directs 47 Meters: Uncaged, his second shark movie.
Unlike the anxiety-provoking film of 2017, this time Johannes Roberts favors an adrenaline-fueled, adventurous story with plenty of twists and turns, making use of a very atmospheric location and underwater shots that enhance the charm but also the danger of the underwater city.

47-Meters-Down-UncagedAmong labyrinthine tunnels, ruins and unstoppable sharks, 47 Meters: Uncaged turns out to be a suffocating film, thanks to a relentless crescendo of tension, here protracted to excess.
The film in fact inherits the oppressive sense of claustrophobia that pervades the first chapter but differs from its predecessor in the multiplication of anxiety-provoking situations that nevertheless culminate in an unrealistic finale, where exaggeration destroys the aura of realism that instead distinguishes the 2017 film.

Characterized by adequate use of CGI (especially during predator attacks) and while contrasting in some respects with 47 Meters, the sequel è an enjoyable entertainment film that demonstrates the director's ability to make two shark movie Related if opposite to each other.

47-Uncaged-2Plot: coast of Brazil, Recife. Four girls organize to dive among the ruins of a sunken Mayan city off the coast of Yucatán, Mexico. Their adventure will turn into a nightmare when they realize they are not alone in the depths they have reached. Terror will drive them deeper and deeper into the claustrophobic underwater labyrinths but they will be pursued by the deadliest species of sharks in the ocean.

In the cast of 47 Meters: Uncaged there are Corinne Foxx, Sistine Stallone, John Corbett (Sex in the City), Nia Long (Empire), Sophie Nélisse (Story of a Book Thief), Brianne Tju (TV series Scream), Davi Santos (Polaroid) and Khylin Rhambo (Teen Wolf).
The director also co-wrote the film's screenplay with Ernest Riera, the co-writer of 47 Meters.



47 Meters: Uncaged is (aka 47 Meters Down: Uncaged) available in DVD and Blu-ray (CG/Adler ed.) but also On Demand on the CG Digital platform thanks to Adler Entertainment. The special contents of both editions include the trailer and interviews with the cast.

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