Script: Dean Georgaris Jon Hoeber Photograph: Tom Stern Music: Harry Gregson-Williams Synopsis: In the deepest place on the planet, even deeper than the Mariana grave itself, a group of researchers is that they make an expedition in a submarine they make the discovery of their lives. They find a completely new world where it is possible to inhabit unimaginable marine spices. Soon they will see with their own eyes a gigantic creature that was believed to be extinct. It is the megalodon, which existed approximately between 19.8 and 2.6 million years ago, during the Cenozoic. The crew of this expedition will then be in serious danger. Risking his own life once again to take down the world's biggest predator, the deadly megalodon, the ancestor of the great white shark, deep-sea diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) will launch a mission to rescue them before it becomes too much. late.
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The best thing: that we have a new angry giant shark movie in the movies
The worst: when they forget that this is a new angry giant shark movie. Ever since Chief Brody warned Captain Quint that they needed a larger ship, a multitude of sharks have tried to eat us by creating a fun, broad and shameless subgenre.
Now that it is well seen vindicate Deep Blue Sea (Renny Harlin, 1999), we have a perfect opportunity to rediscover a thug movie theater that seeks to fill the public rooms with a desire to party. For this, the argument offers us a prehistoric shark, a group of scientists with crazy gadgets, deliciously ridiculous dialogues and Jason Statham putting the face of Jason Statham.
However, director Jon Turteltaub and his team seem to forget at times that what we need is another row of teeth, a larger dorsal fin and that the ocean is dyed red. The promised beach scene shows that, while Piranha 3D (Alexandre Aja, 2010) knew how far it had to go, Megalodon has trouble deciding and ends up throwing himself into the water with sleeves .