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The Meg | Aug 10 2018 | WB-China co-production | IMAX 3D | Jon Turteltaub directing. Jason Statham fights a shark. Li Bingbing replaces Fan Bingbing.

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2 hours ago, That One Guy said:

lmao @ judging a movie by its rating

Woops.

 

I meant rating, title, plot and cast. 

 

At this point the only thing it has going for it is that I usually like shark movies. :rofl:

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On 02.11.2017 at 7:11 AM, Krissykins said:

Oh dear. More... Shark Night 3D than Deep Blue Sea :rolleyes:. What a waste. 

Did you expect see R-ratings? In big-budget stupid summer movie?:hahaha:

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I am glad it's not R-rated. Tension > Gore.

They are not mutually exclusive but sometimes feels like gore can be an easy way out.

 

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3 minutes ago, a2knet said:

I am glad it's not R-rated. Tension > Gore.

They are not mutually exclusive but sometimes feels like gore can be an easy way out.

 

 

That's the philosophy that made World War Z as unique and suspenseful as it was.

 

If this shark film tackles horror the way World War Z did, I'm there day one.

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55 minutes ago, slambros said:

 

That's the philosophy that made World War Z as unique and suspenseful as it was.

 

If this shark film tackles horror the way World War Z did, I'm there day one.

I do love WWz so maube there is hope.

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3 hours ago, a2knet said:

I am glad it's not R-rated. Tension > Gore.

They are not mutually exclusive but sometimes feels like gore can be an easy way out.

 

Doesn’t have to be for gore, see Conjuring, Annabelle. 

 

But people getting killed by sharks should be R. 

 

The Shallows and 47 Meters Down were PG13 and great, but they were more about the situation rather than the eating of people lol. 

 

It could still be a 15 here in the UK anyway with a pg13. Or a 12A. 

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Hard to tell just how big the shark is in comparison to him from that photo. 

 

Hopefully a trailer soon

 

(and a title change back to Meg)

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3 hours ago, Bishop54 said:

Is it really necessary to have a $150M+ shark movie? The Shallows did it very well at $17M. 

 

Yes, yes it is. I want my Jason Statham vs giant shark movie to be expensive, but look cheap. Its the only way it can be done.

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13 hours ago, Bishop54 said:

Is it really necessary to have a $150M+ shark movie? The Shallows did it very well at $17M. 

Ah The Shallows is so great. I love that film. 

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