It’s been a while since The Meg came out and I finally got around to watching it. I’d heard some good and bad about the movie but I never let other people’s opinions bother me. A shark-filled movie with a lot of exciting and nail-biting moments -even the ones that were predictable.
And if you didn’t know already, the movie comes from a series of books (called The Meg) by Steve Alton and currently available on Amazon. So, if the movie just isn’t enough you can dive into the series and read to new depths (sorry 😀 ).
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When a group of scientists explore beneath the Marianas Trench they encounter a Megalodon. And it isn’t long before they’re in trouble and have to reluctantly call in a rescuer.
Starring Jason Statham (Transporter, Crank), Bingbing Li (The Forbidden Kingdom, Transformers: Age of Extinction), Rainn Wilson (The Office, Backstrom), Cliff Curtis (Fear the Walking Dead, Gang Related), Winston Chao (Negotiator, Tuo Shen), Shuya Sophia Cai (Somewhere Only We Know), and Ruby Rose (John Wick: Chapter 2, xXx: Return of Xander Cage).
The Meg Review Conclusion
Sharks! – Okay, technically it’s a megalodon but really big shark! The Meg is a fun-filled film with involves a lot of people rescuing each other from a monster of a shark. There are a few places where you’re expecting what happens to happen but then you’d be disappointed if it didn’t. And there are one or two times where they lead you into a false sense of security -yes, there were times I was talking to the screen! It’s good fun, a little predictable, but I wouldn’t mind another one.
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