The Meg
The Meg

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After escaping an attack by what he claims was a 70-foot shark, Jonas Taylor must confront his fears to save those trapped in a sunken submersible.... (Full plot summary below)

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After escaping an attack by what he claims was a 70-foot shark, Jonas Taylor must confront his fears to save those trapped in a sunken submersible.

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Sly Fox - 9/10 by Kam WilliamsSince the genre has been dominated in recent years by the campy Sharknado franchise, this 'Jurassic Jaws' homage proves to be just the Rx needed to make sharks scary again!
Consequence of Sound - 9/10 by Dominick Suzanne-MayerIt’s not reinventing the wheel by any stretch of the imagination, but The Meg is a perfect outing for a balmy late-summer evening at the movies. It’s a little preposterous, a little moving, and a lot entertaining.
Collider - 9/10 by Matt GoldbergThere are some glorious highs in The Meg, and yet you always feel like it could go a little further, be more bonkers, shave off some of the runtime and go a little grislier with the chomping.
AV Club - 9/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyThe Meg is lackadaisically paced, dull to look at, and has trouble keeping track of space and plot.
indieWire - 9/10 by Eric KohnStatham remains an appealing summer movie fixture, but sharks deserve better than this.
Hollywood Reporter - 9/10 by Todd McCarthyBlandly internationalized, generically derivative, drained of any personality, edited as if by computer and bleached of the slightest hint of emotion other than a holiday card-like sympathy for children and allegedly cute animals, The Meg is a one hundred percent inorganic meal, something made from pre-tasted and then regurgitated ingredients.
Screen It! - 9/10 by Teddy Durgin"The Meg" has its moments of fun. And it certainly delivers some spectacle. But it's a bit of a confused movie, too, that makes it hard to recommend. (Full Content Review for Parents - Violence, Profanity, etc. - also Available)
MetroActive - 9/10 by Richard von BusackThe Meg's target audience, the bloody-minded kid who wishes shark week was every week, isn't over served with guts and chum... There's neither speedy fun or much emotional investment in this.
Crooked Marquee - 9/10 by Eric D. SniderThe shark is sufficiently large, but if you want to make an impression, everything around it needs to be zippier, shorter, and crazier than this.
Double Toasted - 9/10 by Korey ColemanAfter a certain point it becomes forgettable... I did have a good time but I could have had a better time.

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