The Meg (2018)

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The Meg (2018)

Action | Science Fiction | Thriller | Horror
5.9 / 10
Release Date
09 August 2018
1 : 53 minutes
Spoken Language
普通话, English, 日本語, ภาษาไทย
A deep sea submersible pilot revisits his past fears in the Mariana Trench, and accidentally unleashes the seventy foot ancestor of the Great White Shark believed to be extinct.

Cast Overview :

Jonas Taylor
by: Jason Statham
by: Li Bingbing
by: Rainn Wilson
by: Cliff Curtis
by: Ruby Rose
by: Winston Chao
by: Shuya Sophia Cai
by: Page Kennedy
by: Robert Taylor
The Wall
by: Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
by: Jessica McNamee
by: Masi Oka
Dive Control Technician
by: Raymond Vinton
by: Mai Hongmei
Awesome Kid on Beach
by: Wei Yi
Thai Boat Captain
by: Vithaya Pansringarm
by: Rob Kipa-Williams
by: Tawanda Manyimo
Injured Sailor
by: Mark Trotter
David E. Jordan
by: James Gaylyn
Morris' Lawyer
by: Andrew Grainger
Speedboat Crewman
by: Steven A. Davis
Speedboat Mercenary
by: Glen Levy
Morris' Helicopter Pilot
by: Edwin Wright
by: Sui Fong Ivy Tsui
by: Jeremy Tan
Wedding Photographer
by: Douglas Lee
News Camera Operator
by: Tim Wong
News Helicopter Pilot
by: Yoson An
Dude on Raft
by: Yao Yao
Filipino Fisherman #1 (uncredited)
by: Leand Macadaan
Filipino Fisherman #2 (uncredited)
by: Ismael Ocanago
Speedboat Driver (uncredited)
by: Dylan Thomas Knight
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Kirk Baily
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Maggie Baird
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: June Christopher
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Jeff Fischer
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Karen Huie
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: James Taku Leung
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: David Michie
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Michelle Ruff
Voiceover Performers (voice)
by: Skip Stellrecht

Member Reviews :

Well, when the credits started to roll I cannot say that I felt it had been a waste of time and money. I did indeed have some enjoyment watching this movie. However, it could have been a lot better. For starters, what is the point of making a movie about a bloody “dinosaur shark” and aim for a PG-13 rating? Whoever made that incredibly stupid decision obviously missed the mark big time. I think this was the biggest fault with the movie. There were so many missed opportunities. The entire scene at the beach at the end of the movie was just wasted for example. The script was of course somewhat illogical with holes in it large enough to drive a, well, a Megalodon through them. This however was something that I more or less expected given the kind of movie. First of all it is science fiction and fantasy after all and second, it appears that these kind of movies never seem to get anything better than mediocre script writers…at best. There were some good things though. I have read the book and I didn’t really like it. In my review I gave it 2 out 5 five stars. The main reason for this was that the book was more of a bad soap opera than a horror/thriller. It was so filled with unlikable, scheming and backstabbing assholes that it was really not enjoyable. Jason’s ex wife was such a despicable bitch that she alone ruined the book for example. Luckily the movie had toned down that aspect of the book quite a lot. Actually, in the end, there was really only one truly despicable asshole in the movie and he met with the fate that he deserved thanks to his own stupidity. So, I did enjoy the movie and, as a science fiction and fantasy fan, I am glad to have watched it. I mean, a giant pre-historic shark on the big screen does have a certain cool-factor after all. It was somewhat saved by Jason Statham being in it though and it could have been a lot better.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson