Then that ending popped up and it annoyed me so much that I find myself docking the entire thing a half-star for that alone. Once they wind up at the ocean, little of what the two have to say to each other is of much interest and they keep doing silly things in order to intensify their plight—if someone is holding a tool of the upmost importance you can be sure that they will drop it at some point. Clare Holt is good as Kate, even if she has much less to do. But before Kate can return to the safety of the cage, a shark snatches her and drags her out of sight. The film stars Mandy Moore as Lisa, a woman so boring that her boyfriend breaks up with her on the eve of a romantic trip to Mexico. Subject to certain exceptions prescribed by law, you will be given access to your personal information within the time prescribed by privacy laws, and you will be entitled to challenge the accuracy and completeness of the information. I don't know why they say it was done in a pool or bad views.
When Kate does make contact, she learns that if they try swimming straight up to the surface, they will get the bends and most likely die. But yeah, I think there were various different ideas along the time, but… it suddenly became so obvious. Accept the movie's strengths and weaknesses. In reality, Kate is still dead, and Lisa is saved by the Coast Guard, with seemingly a good deal of brain damage. This sets the stage for an impromptu trip to Mexico to prove she can be a party girl.
If you expect rampant plot twists and character development, you must not see this type of movie often. The movie managed to scare the audience and it did so with fewer jump scares than expected. Using the spear gun as a crude grappling hook, she tugs the tank to herself, but not before slicing open her palm on the spear. Their worst fears soon become a reality when the cage breaks away from their boat, sending them plummeting to the ocean floor with a dwindling supply of oxygen. Instead, it comes across as sadistic.
These inane digressions might seem less intrusive if they paid off in any way. By accessing this Web Site, you and Tribute Publishing Inc. The subtler clue is that this movie that doggedly strived for a chilling authenticity in its action and staging abruptly turns to the outlandish plan to out-swim sharks and chase off a feeding frenzy with a single flare. Yeah, we really fought with it, fought for it. » Before we sit down in the theater, we know pretty much exactly what happens. For that at least, it earns respect.
You can follow her on. Unfortunately, there are a few moments where subtlety would have worked far better than the obvious plays the script makes. And indeed, there are similarities. And then it turns out that it's all a hallucination. It's a bummer ending that makes the last 30 or so minutes of the film a giant waste, one that's unbelievably cruel to Lisa as a character. Access You may request access to your personal information and information about our collection, use and disclosure of that information by contacting.
For instance, we may use third parties to develop software applications and databases or to send communications on our behalf. These movies' relative levels of success absolutely come down to this difference. Quick breathing is a tense part of this movie's soundtrack. Parents need to know that 47 Meters Down is a thriller about two sisters and who get trapped underwater in a shark cage. Instead, the movie built to moments that would normally climax with the infamous jump scare then simply opted not to deliver one. As for the sharks themselves, they actually look great. For example, we limit the number of individuals who have physical access to our database servers, as well as use electronic security systems and password protections that guard against unauthorized access.