An action-horrifying movie starring the star of the action and excitement, Jason Statham, who plays the role of Jonas Taylor. Jonas is an expert diver who has passed through many challenges in the sea, one of them was that chase by a 70-foot shark. When he sees some people trapped in a soaked submarine, he has to face his fears again.
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August 10, 2018 Unfortunately, with The Meg, an able cast has little more to do than utter lame wisecracks and look concerned.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
August 10, 2018 Maybe director John Turteltaub thought the barrage of pathos and yuks would distract from the fact that his star is a very big fish that is not very bright. Still: cool shark, bro.Read in Source
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)
August 10, 2018 The film is restrained; it's not as gory as you'd expect. In a way, it's a throwback to the type of creature features produced during the 1950s, when giant bugs and thawed-out dinosaurs threatened mankind almost every Saturday afternoon.
August 10, 2018 Jason Statham takes on a giant shark in "The Meg," a fun-dumb splash of summer popcorn entertainment that manages to be more fun than dumb.Read in Source
August 10, 2018 Welcome to Jurassic Shark. Glub, glub. A Dwayne Johnson film with Jason Statham as idiot's Captain Ahab.Read in Source
August 10, 2018 "The Meg" is oddly charming, more pulp than cheese, like the sci-fi pumped out in the 1950s.Read in Source
What the Flick?!
August 10, 2018 I had a blast and I loved that it was a bigger more serious version than I thought it was going to be.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
August 10, 2018 The makers of The Meg may have gone to school on Spielberg, but the big-budget deep-sea thriller is nothing but bloodless summer filler.Read in Source
HeraldNet (Everett, WA)
August 10, 2018 It's neither fish nor completely (sorry) foul.Read in Source
August 10, 2018 It's never going to win an Oscar - unless the Academy starts giving out awards for Best Picture Where Jason Statham Fights a Shark - but if you're looking for some enjoyably bonkers summer-themed fun, here it is.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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