47 Meters Down: Uncaged

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Movie Info & Cast


Four teen girls diving in a ruined underwater city quickly learn they've entered the territory of the deadliest shark species in the claustrophobic labyrinth of submerged caves.


  • Sophie Nélisse
  • Corinne Foxx
  • Brianne Tju
  • Sistine Rose Stallone
  • John Corbett
  • Nia Long
  • Brec Bassinger
  • Davi Santos
  • Khylin Rhambo
  • Axel Mansilla

Did You Know?


  • The film had two previous titles, 48 Meters Down and 47 Meters Down: The Next Chapter.
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  • The brochure the family is holding at the beginning (The Great White Dive Company) has the word "there" printed on it when it should read "their".
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    • Alexa: We should just go in, go once around the first cave, and then come back.
    • Sasha: When was the last time you went diving?
    • Mia: I used to go all the time with Dad but I've never been in caves before.
    • Sasha: It's like riding a bike, right?
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

It was good and if you go and get popcorn please chew with your mouth closed instead of open and don’t whisper where everyone can hear you while watching the movie but overall the movie was good and there were a couple of jumpy parts

Autumn G
Verified Review

Was just okay

Chisimdi M


Aug 14, 2019

Set disbelief aside, and primal phobias may well suffice to get you happily to the other side of this adventure.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Aug 14, 2019

Roberts populates convincingly elaborate underwater sets with a suitably appealing cast for a claustrophobic adventure that manages to deliver some real terror before it somewhat inevitably levels up into absurdity.

Metacritic review by Todd Gilchrist
Todd Gilchrist
Aug 14, 2019

Roberts has clearly been given a bigger budget and it shows in the nicely realized submerged city the poor young women must navigate. He’s saddled with a terrible film title — 47 meters was the depth of the ocean floor in the first film — but none of that matters once the air tanks and masks go on.

Mark Kennedy
The Associated Press