In The Deep :- Watch In The Deep on Youtube on Fire,Two sisters on Mexican vacation are trapped in a shark observation cage at the bottom of the ocean, with oxygen running low and great whites circling nearby, they have less than an hour of air left to figure out how to get to the surface.Johannes Roberts has the impossible task of having his In the Deep (possibly titled 47 Meters Down) compared to The Shallows, this summer’s other shark survival film that quietly took a chunk out of the box office.While The Shallows was released in theaters, In the Deep, starring Mandy Moore (“This Is Us,” A Walk To Remember), with Claire Holt (“The Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals”), Yani Gellman (“Pretty Little Liars,” “The Young And The Restless”), and Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket, The Dark Knight Rises), was going direct to DVD*, Digital HD and On Demand August 2, which would have been a shame, really. Thankfully, Freestyle Media acquired the film for a theatrical run in 2017!In the film, Moore was recently left by her significant other, allegedly because she’s boring. This sets the stage for an impromptu trip to Mexico to prove she can be a party girl. She’s joined by her sister (Holt), who pushes her to be something she’s not, which leads them into the ocean to observe sharks. When the cable attached to the observation cage breaks, the girls are dropped into the deep with no way of communicating and their oxygen quickly running out.Fans of shark survival horror movies are going to love In the Deep, which is vastly different than The Shallows. In fact, they compliment, if not juxtapose each other into the perfect double feature. With Shallows, Blake Lively is trapped on a rock outside of the water with a great white shark circling to attack. In the Deep takes viewers to the bottom of the ocean floor with many other dangers, while sharks also happen to be swimming around. They’re two completely different beasts that both have their fair share of suspense.Although Deep gives the viewers relief in knowing that the girls are “safe” in a cage, the duo are forced to leave on multiple occasions in order to attempt escape or rescue; this is when the tension hits a peak, and Roberts is able to really toy around with the emotions of the audience. Albeit CGI heavy, the sharks look pretty awesome, and are constantly attacking. In fact, the finale had me jumping out of my seat, which I haven’t done at home in what seems like forever.
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Release: 20 October 2016 (Greece)
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10
Director: Johannes Roberts
Stars: Matthew Modine, Mandy Moore, Claire Holt