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Film Review - The Meg


In recent years, summer shark movies have become a tradition, offering audiences a chance to experience the horrors of the deep from the comfort of the multiplex. In 2016 there was “The Shallows,” and last year, “47 Meters Down” managed to surprise box office prognosticators by becoming a major hit for an extremely low-budget picture. Now the stakes are raised with “The Meg,” which not only delivers a massive prehistoric shark to terrorize everyone, but the feature itself is delivered with a healthy amount of spectacle, turning the stillness of the open ocean into a battleground fit for a typical seasonal blockbuster. “The Meg” is big, loud, and just silly enough to reach a mass audience, as director Jon Turteltaub pays careful attention to the escapism aspects of the production, making more of a PG-13 adventure than a fright film. Read the rest at 


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