47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019) - Adventure, Drama, Horror

Hohum Score

14

Watchable

Four teen girls diving in a ruined underwater city quickly learn they've entered the territory of the deadliest shark species in the claustrophobic labyrinth of submerged caves.

IMDB: 5
Director: Johannes Roberts
Stars: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 34 out of 199 found boring (17.08%)

One-line Reviews (137)

How boring .

BORING .

Overall, it was a fun B movie with a cool premise and I personally liked it better than the first because it had a better story and more fun/thrilling moments.

If there's one compliment I can give Uncaged is that there are two or three short sequences where a jump scare is effective, or the suspenseful vibe was accomplished ...

It is way too long for its content and feels extremely drawn out and makes the movie boring.

This scene really super slow to be honest!

With the bulk of the film comprising of predictable shocks (one character's death is a pale imitation of Samuel L.

And as far as shark movies go, this one was very enjoyable and terrifying.

They are slow, obvious and uninspired with some poor exciting to boot.

Sure, the characters were somewhat simplistic and mundane, with very little to offer the audience in terms of character growth, development and such.

Bored to freaking death!

The film starts off with with some of the most bland and uninspired opening credits I've ever seen.

Please spare us in the future these boring let downs.

One of the worst movies in 2019 .

Still it was enjoyable and beautifully shot.

The original is definitely the more polished piece, but this one is more entertaining.

There's not much to expect from a film like this other than a simplistic plot, one dimensional characters who serve as disposable for the predators of the deep, spectacular visuals of the ocean and massive terrifying looking sharks and unexpected scares in a dark claustrophobic setting.

Sink your Jaws into this if you're REALLY bored .

Some scenes were predictable; I could point out an attack, something bad happening, etc, before it happened when I watched it in theaters.

Overall a pretty enjoyable shark film with a terrific original setting concept that amplifies the intensity.

The movie is so predictable.

There were some actually exciting moments comparing to the first one, so even though Uncaged was bad, I did genuinely sit at the edge of my seat at times.

This is one of the worst movies of the year.

It had its moments and it had it's flaws, but overall it was pretty enjoyable and entertaining.

Toss realism right out the window, but sit back and enjoy a thrilling underwater shark movie...

Action packed to the very last second.

Its takes time to craft a plot that's action packed, thrilling and above all, knows how to entertain.

Finally, there were so many jump scenes that it just got boring after a while.

That was tense and nerve racking film like the first 47 meters down i was on the edge of my seat really watch it well worth the watch just remember to breathe lol

47 meter bore .

It was boring through most of the movie.

First of all, I must start by saying that "47 Meters Down: Uncaged" is definitely as good and entertaining as the first movie turned out to be.

It took us a long time to process everything that happened afterward because during the movie, your adrenaline is so high and you don't have time to really think about what is happening.

It also would've been nice to know how long they had been sisters since the chemistry between the parents suggests they've been together awhile but the relationship between the sisters makes it seem like the parents just got married so it's kind of confusing.

Amazingly Intense .

There's a scene with a flashing red light and the sharks are circling, was so suspenseful I could barely breath.

Boring and poorly executed.

Despite the long-standing obsession with the sea, sharks, and all things creepily fascinating that live beneath the surface, there can be no disguising the cash-in value that peoples' fear of the ocean has in the realm of cinema.

Don't expect an Oscar movie, then it's actually pretty entertaining.

Very entertaining, I recommend giving it a go if you're looking for some suspense and to never enter the ocean again.

Nevertheless, the first movie was a tense and just clever enough shark thriller whereas "47 Meters Down: Uncaged" is a mediocre, utterly predictable and shallow blockbuster.

I mean I guess I commend them for making a 90 minute movie that mostly takes place underwater, but there's not much praise because the film is just boring.

On the top 10 worst movie bucket list .

It's rated "PG-13" for intense peril, bloody images and language and has a running time of 1 hour & 29 minutes.

Still, I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would and give this one a nod in terms of catching it on the tube.

It turns out that it is much better than the first one, which is quite unexpected.

Watch it if you wanna waste your time.

47 Meters of Boredom .

would recommend as a decent little film that wont leave you bored .

The direction is appalling and worst of all, it's tedious as hell.

Everything that happened was so predictable.

This has to be one of the worst movies i have ever seen.

I spent the whole movie on the edge of my seat.

The old cliche highschool bully story and the sister or friends that stand up for the victim.

Worst movie ever, cheap dialogs, cheap story, avoid at all cost.

This movie was great, suspenseful, and had a surprising amount of heart.

There are some tense moments and a few jump scares but it is enjoyable.

You have more to look at, a different variety of problematic scenarios and it felt more intense.

Quite a few bad reviews on here but i really quite enjoyed it ,a lot better than the first one i may add ,plus the added benefit of sly,s daughter very beautifull girl ,.

There are even some unexpected moments you won't see coming that i commend them for attempting.

It had some thrilling moment's that were tense and was an enjoyable ride that was fast paced.

This scene also very bored!

Very suspenseful .

This was a fun entertaining popcorn movie.

As an average movie fan and not some snooty critic, I thought the movie was pretty entertaining for a late summer shark attack movie.

Well worth the watch .

The first film; 47 meters down was a simplistic well executed shark survival film that had enough going for it to be a solid entry into the depths of shark films albeit cliche.

What a waste of my time!!!

Surprisingly on the edge of seat stuff in this movie, ok some bits of the underwater scenes seem like a set, and not under the sea, but decent story line, good amount of suspense, and the end exciting scenes made me jump and kept me on the edge of my seat, i would watch again.

Very thrilling.

Strong candidate for worst movie of the year.

After a very slow and wobbly start it gets better .

Bored to freaking death.

Robbie K reviewing:Movie: 47 Meters Down UncagedDirector: Johannes Roberts Writers: Ernest Riera, Johannes Roberts Stars: Sistine Rose Stallone, Nia Long, Corinne Foxx LIKES:Cute Cast Decent Pace Much More Shark Involvement Scary Setting Much More Suspense Than ExpectingDISLIKES Story Based On stupidity Predictable Shaky Camera Work Very Quick Wraps Ups Suspension of Disbelief Must Be Curbed Summary:I can't deny that these movies know how to recruit good looking people to play their puppets of shark massacre and this movie continues that trend.

Exciting and Effective .

The characters have no story to them.

It was a rush set up adding music to a boring scene like in the beginning.

But all in all I'm giving it an eight because it was rather enjoyable, had me on the edge of my seat, and had me rooting for the main character.

Writing Quality: Good and engaging.

First off, I only tuned in to this movie because I was bored and shark movies can be intriguing.

I fell asleep times while watching.

It was an entertaining movie for me and my girlfriend and would recommend it for a good creature feature horror/thriller.

Ruined an intense and actually decent movie.

The first one was intense to me.

The climax in the last 15 minutes of the movie was the only exciting part with the girls trying to escape with sharks on their trails.

Very cliché in making stupid decisions.

I did not finish the movie i left half way same as crawl, boring at best.

Pacing too slow, too many slow motion scene!

Tonight, an unexpected sequel to one of these is my first review, hoping to bring the same suspense and thrills that the first one did.

There is enough claustrophobia and thrills to make "47 Meters Down: Uncaged" quite enjoyable and watchable, despite the fact that it is very predictable and writers Ernest Riera and Johannes Roberts almost seemed afraid to break free of old formulas used in previous shark movies.

How I managed an hour is beyond me and I can watch even the most tedious of films.

But the direction was a bit boring and dull this time.

Still very bored!

Don't waste your time on this it's an hour and a half of 4 girls screaming underwater in their mics when they know that the sharks are blind and can only sense noise.

How do they communicate in those masks if their ears are empty....

What I want to comment on is the utter stupid, predictable, and cowardly ending.

So thrilling!.

The movie was engaging, it will keep you at the edge of your seats.

The plot is filled with unexpected turns, literally, with events rapidly culminating into an intensified situation.

For the first 40 minutes or so it's alright, we get introduced to a bunch of cliche characters following a plot that's just as cliche, but it's okay.

The underwater filming was hard to follow at times.

This was seriously so intense, the shark scenes are crazy!

That really helps make the film more exciting as well.

It was boring and predictable about what was going to happen with each of them.

It's entertaining, though.

It was more unpredictable whereas this one had more predictable moments of a shark popping out.

It has tons of accurate scenes that makes you want to leave the movie theater.

Most of the movie takes place in these abandoned underwater caves and tunnels - at the first moment I thought it'll provide a really cool setting, but the more time passed the more it got increasingly boring, obnoxious, simply not diverse enough.

So, the story is predictable like I've watched the others shark movies.

There were a few jump scenes some were predictable and some were very shocking.

Superficial components aside, the movie itself succeeds in keeping up a decent pace, managing to craft some suspenseful movie magic that thriller seekers are searching for.

Yawn !

Don't waste your time.

A good flick to liven up a boring afternoon or evening with your significant other.

A typical under-the-sea horror with bad lighting, jump scares and predictable ending.

Despite these extra things in this sequel, the film still seems a bit predictable.

Distasteful and Predictable .

What a frustrating full-of-predictable cliches movie.

"47 Meters Down:Uncaged is a waste of your time"" .

The death scenes were non-gory and nicely captured with stunning cinematography; at one point, you see the reflection of blood as a red glow in the ruins--visually captivating.

Suspenseful and Nerve Wreaking .

47 Meters Down: Uncaged is not a good film, but it is a wildly entertaining one.

The characters die in a fairly predictable order and nothing particularly surprising happens until near the end when they amp up the crazy stuff in an attempt to add to the tension.

The cinematography and shots were excellent and the setting of underwater caves PLUS sharks makes for a suspenseful ride.

But hey, it is a shark movie, and it is meant for some thrilling entertainment, and director Johannes Roberts steps up and delivers.

It's ultimately just a huge waste of time.

This was definitely a fun and intense movie.

Decent but predictable movie to end summer .

"47 Meters Down: Uncaged" is a passable movie, but one that I do not recommend - it's a very straight-forward, generic and yes, mildly entertaining adventure that poses the threat of boring You more than doing the entertaining.

It's a jaw-dropping and hilariously entertaining finale.

Soon enough we get into the water and for about 10 to 20 minutes we can enjoy a somewhat intense underwater adventure & then it starts slowly regressing only to never stop, action becomes bland, plot turns - unrealistic, characters - boring & the climax was so predictable and so Hollywood-type it almost hurt.

Good suspenseful watch.

You will always be on the edge of your seat.

A very enjoyable and excellently produced underwater thriller that is well deserving of my 8/10.

plot was easily predictable cg looked like a 5 year old operator controlling the cave and sharks voiceover was off on 3 whole scenes the foley was off and disruptive i was waiting for them to get eaten to get me out of boredom pros: cool underground city

It started off bland and I was bombarded with cheesy and vague character development.

Worst movie ever.