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47 Meters Down

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Upon Lisa and Kate's vacation in Mexico, the went Shark viewing, but time is running out in them.
Actors: Claire Holt,
Claire Holt
Claire Holt 11 June 1988, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Matthew Modine,
Matthew Modine
Matthew Modine 22 March 1959, Loma Linda, California, USA
Mandy Moore,
Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore 10 April 1984, Nashua, New Hampshire, USA
Yani Gellman,
Yani Gellman
Yani Gellman 2 September 1985, Miami, Florida, USA
Chris Johnson,
Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson 29 August 1977, Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA
Santiago Segura
Santiago Segura
Santiago Segura
Director: Johannes Roberts
Johannes Roberts
Johannes Roberts 24 May 1976, Cambridge, England, UK
Release: 2017
IMDb: 5.6
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Duration: 86 min
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Herald Sun (Australia)
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August 23, 2017

Though the heroines make some terribly dumb moves in their bid to survive the ordeal, the script's clever reminders about deep-sea dos and don'ts will keep viewers invested in ascertaining the final outcome.
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Globe and Mail
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June 23, 2017

Even at 89 minutes, you can feel the oxygen running out of this movie.
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FILMINK (Australia)
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August 21, 2017

It's tense, edge-of-your-seat stuff... for a while.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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June 16, 2017

While the plot is a bit shaky in parts, the overall effect of creating needed tension and some outright, out-of-your-seat jumps of fright is quite effective.
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Alternate Ending
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August 29, 2017

By the standards of cheap shark thrillers, the film is perfectly serviceable, but it's certainly no more than that.
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The Sunday Age
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September 06, 2017

British director Johannes Roberts, with good work from cinematographer Mark Silk, allows the undersea action to unfold like a procedural, so that the details ratchet up the tension.
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Time Out
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July 14, 2017

This low budget but highly-effective horror film is exactly the kind of movie that legendary Hollywood D-movie producer Roger Corman would have knocked out in the '70s: plenty of writhing female limbs, no surprises.
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Arizona Republic
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June 16, 2017

It's taut and suspenseful, and there's a jittery vibe to the whole thing.
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ABC Radio (Australia)
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August 30, 2017

On paper, the elements for suspense - sharks, rapidly depleting oxygen, a cage, risk of the bends - are all there, but on screen they add up to a whole lot of visual blah.
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Toronto Star
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June 22, 2017

It's gratifying to see a summer popcorn movie where a simple idea goes a long way.
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The Australian
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September 01, 2017

It's not a great film but, once the preliminary scenes on terra firma are over and we descend to a place we don't belong, it delivers an hour or so of sustained physical and psychological terror.
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CNN.com
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June 16, 2017

The movie's saving grace is the visceral response that sharks produce, even more than four decades after Jaws first had audiences screaming.
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