Open Water 3: Cage Dive

2017

Adventure / Drama / Horror / Thriller

31
IMDb Rating 4.1 10 3,054

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Megan Peta Hill as Megan Murphy
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589.39 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
80 min
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1.22 GB
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English
R
23.976 fps
80 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 5 / 10 / 10

They needed a bigger boat.

Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the water, a found-footage shark movie swims my way. Cage Dive takes the well-worn hand-held camera/faux documentary route to tell the story of three Californian adrenaline junkies - Jeff, Josh and Megan (Joel Hogan, Josh Potthoff and Megan Peta Hill)- who travel to Australia to experience great white sharks up close and personal. Unfortunately, their thrill-seeking experience doesn't go quite as planned when a freak wave capsizes the boat, leaving the friends stranded in shark-infested waters. I was actually enjoying this found-footage shark movie up to the point where an argument over the use of a flare results in the characters accidentally setting fire to their inflatable life raft; at this point, the film well and truly 'jumps the shark', after which it slowly sinks further and further into the murky depths of bad film-making. And when brothers Jeff and Josh forget about the sharks to have a scrap over Megan, with whom they are both in love, the film finally hits rock bottom. To director Gerald Rascionato's credit, the shark attack scenes are deftly handled and realistic (I guess that the sharks are CGI; if that is the case, they're extremely well done), resulting in a reasonable amount of tension, and there's one satisfyingly nasty moment where we see a survivor with the side of his face hanging off, but for much of the time it's just three whiny over-privileged idiots bobbing around in the sea. You'll be longing for the fish to start biting again. 4.5 out of 10, rounded up to 5 for IMDb.

Reviewed by wevzombie 1 / 10 / 10

Avoid!

Ugh this film! Bad, pure bad! OK first the pros...the sharks look decent, when there are any. But having few shark shots and building the tension isn't a bad thing, Jaws after all is all about that, its the characters themselves who are the problem here. We follow 3 obnoxious dumbass Americans filming themselves as they travel to Australia to go on a shark cage dive, things go wrong and we are then suppose to route for these dumb s**ts for rest of the movie. It doesn't help that it takes 30 painful minutes before we even get on the ocean. Its similar to how Blair Witch started except in that at least we are learning about the witch & the drives of the characters etc, but with this movie we have a 30 minute build up telling us how unlikable, shallow and dumb these 3 people are and all i thought was "i have to spend the next hour with these idiots" so by the time they get in the water I was routing for the sharks. And boy are these 3 loathsome fools dumb, iv not seen victims in a horror this dumb for a long while, I ended up annoyed yelling at the TV! The film is even pretentious enough to think you'll care about these meat heads, there is even an awful love affair plot thrown in which the film makers seem to think this will add deeper story & tension, its not enough that the scenario itself is the main drive of the story, how the situation would effect you mentally and what it takes to survive etc...no apparently we need a love triangle to really add to the drama....give me a break! It all comes down to most the film being filler made up of hollow drama because they spent all the budget on a handful of decent sharks shots. As for the sharks, the shark shots are the only reason this gets any stars form me, they are very decent but so few. So if you didn't care about the characters stuff and just wanted shark action you wont find that here either, even when we finally get a kill its so brief and tame. If your curious enough every single shark shot is in the trailer...all of them! So in summary this is just a drawn out horrible filler heavy soap opera episode with some sharks. Avoid and just watch the trailer for the sharks and escape watching some annoying brats for 90 minutes. Alternative recommendations would be 47 Meters Down or The Reef, the characters are likable and the shark bits are really tense!

Reviewed by cjhj1 1 / 10 / 10

'Jaws' meets 'The Exorcist' NOT

Once you have experienced a classic horror movie all the rest is just noise and sexual innuendo. I deleted this from my collection and saved 19Gb of hard drive space for something original and not a copy of a copy of a copy with 'Z' actors, guys trying to be sickeningly cool and tough and girls trying to use their bodies instead of very poor acting ability. 'Blair Witch' was a modern abomination that had some appeal but for the older generation we had seen it all before but with real actors who knew how to entertain, not the third rate amateurish mish-mash that these modern film makers think we enjoy, just how many will continue to use this Lost Camera found crap and try to pass it off as something new?

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