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47 Meters Down: The Next Chapter

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

  1. almostDIR

    almostDIR Barracuda

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    that sounds reasonable and would still be plenty of gas for them to share in an emergency considering they need to have a 0.5 bar reserve on surfacing :D

    That cardboard ad looks nice!
    I hope the shark does not stuck to the bottom if that's on scale, there may not be enough water for him to get by :coffee:


    "Mega Shark vs. Giant Plot Hole" would be catchy title for this for the international release :cheers:
     
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  2. divinh

    divinh Photographer

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    If scaling up the Great White wasn't enough... close the eye and zombie-fy it!

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  3. MrVegas

    MrVegas Nassau Grouper

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    I just saw "47 Meters Down Uncaged" tonight. What can I say? If you found some entertainment value from the first movie in the bad horror flick kind of way, you will like this one too. It's just good stupid fun. (If you want any level of sophistication or realism, though, there's none of that here.)

    I won't comment overly much since the movie is just out. However, the dive planning is every bit as impressive as in the first movie. I think to get the most out of this film you would need to see it with a cave diver and a marine biologist.

    I was thinking about taking a cavern course -- I will now insist the instructor cover shark evasion techniques.
     
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  4. iamrushman

    iamrushman Great White

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  5. Dominik_E

    Dominik_E Nassau Grouper

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    Maybe the next movie in the series will then feature a tornado that lifts up people from land and deposits them in water where the sharks are waiting?
     
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  6. Khrissi

    Khrissi Nassau Grouper

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    Was first 'diver incident' I ever read before beginning to scuba dive, and even then, it baffled me as to what they did. Baffled they have even made a film abt it ?? K
     
  7. virtualRuben

    virtualRuben Angel Fish

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    I kinda wanna see this movie just for laughs, I just wish there was a theater in my area showing it :(
     
  8. hammet

    hammet Manta Ray

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    I'm still waiting for this awesome spg to come out in imperial units!
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  9. drbill

    drbill The Lorax for the Kelp Forest Scuba Legend

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    I made the mistake of watching the first one. I don't think I'll be suckered into watching the sequel.
     
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  10. MrVegas

    MrVegas Nassau Grouper

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    The spgs in the new movie are even better -- they have an added feature to make things simpler for the audience. I won't spoil it completely -- but I wonder if such spgs even exist.
     

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