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47 Meters Down: The Next Chapter

Discussion in 'Scuba Diving TV & Movies' started by divinh, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. divinh

    divinh Photographer

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    I guess the first one made enough money for a sequel...

     
  2. iamrushman

    iamrushman Great White

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    oh no....now i have to waste more time watching this one too...sheesh.
     
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  3. Sh0rtBus

    Sh0rtBus BUBBLLLLLLES! My Bubbles ScubaBoard Supporter

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    :bigpalm:
     
  4. MaxBottomtime

    MaxBottomtime Divemaster

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    Great! So now, not only will an aluminum 80 last forever at 47 meters, Great Whites will become bottom feeders. They take the suspension of disbelief to an all-new level.
     
  5. BikerBecca

    BikerBecca ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Oh God No!!! I tried three times to watch 47 Meters down and could not get through it. It was just so over the top unbelievable.
     
  6. Sh0rtBus

    Sh0rtBus BUBBLLLLLLES! My Bubbles ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Not only that but we can put brand new divers in full face masks with no included methods of equalization and no one will make extremely fast uncontrolled descents and feel any pain. I watched that movie for the sole purposes of comedic relief. And I couldn't even find any of it laughable.
     
  7. Storker

    Storker Divemaster

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    I absolutely didn't watch Episode 1. I believe there's an even lower probability that I'll watch Episode 2
     
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  8. GreggS

    GreggS Barracuda

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    I have the first one in my queue on Netflix. Been there for a while, but haven't watched it yet. I keep thinking I will but I dread the absurdity that I've heard and read about being in the movie.

    Oh, well. When I have an hour and a half with nothing better to do...
     
  9. MaxBottomtime

    MaxBottomtime Divemaster

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    It's a great way to exercise your neck muscles. You'll be shaking your head in disbelief the entire time.
     
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  10. Sh0rtBus

    Sh0rtBus BUBBLLLLLLES! My Bubbles ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Yeah it's in mine, too. And I'll admit I put it there after having seen it once. You know....in case I get really bored one night and can't find anything better to watch. It's funny, though. My wife dives, too, but she's not as deep (pun intended) into it as I am and even she thought it was a ridiculous movie. I told her there's now a part 2 and I got the eyeroll....
     
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