47 Metres Down: Uncaged

47 Metres Down: Uncaged

47 Metres Down: Uncaged

Four backpackers go diving in a ruined underwater city that they learn to be infested with man-eating sharks in this survival horror sequel.

2019Rating: TBC89 minsUK
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Reviews & comments

Fine, but not realistic enough to be tense, and not ridiculous enough to be fun.

2.0

Went more than 47 metres down!

The Geets (greats): A seamlessly okay sequel with similar shocks and awe to keep it moving. It was refreshing to see Sharks of a more primordial species, which rely more on noise than sight. This movie delivers at times with surprising death scenes and the inevitability of the situation present. I must credit the location scouts for the amazingly...

2.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

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None of the characters from the original return: even the sharks are not the same. But thematically, the film ups the ante on its predecessor, resulting in a pure, rather beautiful example of genre as ritual.

3.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Set disbelief aside, and primal phobias may well suffice to get you happily to the other side of this adventure.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

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Uncaged improves on the first film only with its ending: This one boasts a modestly effective twist rather than a truly moronic one. Encouraging, but not nearly enough to justify a third trip down this 47-meter well.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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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.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Set disbelief aside, and primal phobias may well suffice to get you happily to the other side of this adventure.

The Guardian

The Guardian

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As an unrelated sequel to a film that was originally set to premiere on the bottom shelf of a supermarket, this is better than it needs to be.

3.0
Variety

Variety

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There's little in "47 Metres Down: Uncaged" that really sticks. The shocks, however, are consistently well-timed, and for the audience that seeks out a movie like this one that's probably enough.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

The last gasp of a shark saga that didn't need to come up for air.

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

None of the characters from the original return: even the sharks are not the same. But thematically, the film ups the ante on its predecessor, resulting in a pure, rather beautiful example of genre as ritual.

3.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Set disbelief aside, and primal phobias may well suffice to get you happily to the other side of this adventure.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

Uncaged improves on the first film only with its ending: This one boasts a modestly effective twist rather than a truly moronic one. Encouraging, but not nearly enough to justify a third trip down this 47-meter well.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

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.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Set disbelief aside, and primal phobias may well suffice to get you happily to the other side of this adventure.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

As an unrelated sequel to a film that was originally set to premiere on the bottom shelf of a supermarket, this is better than it needs to be.

3.0
Variety

Variety

press

There's little in "47 Metres Down: Uncaged" that really sticks. The shocks, however, are consistently well-timed, and for the audience that seeks out a movie like this one that's probably enough.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

The last gasp of a shark saga that didn't need to come up for air.

Fine, but not realistic enough to be tense, and not ridiculous enough to be fun.

2.0

Went more than 47 metres down!

The Geets (greats): A seamlessly okay sequel with similar shocks and awe to keep it moving. It was refreshing to see Sharks of a more primordial species, which rely more on noise than sight. This movie delivers at times with surprising death scenes and the inevitability of the situation present. I must credit the location scouts for the amazingly...

2.0