'47 Meters Down: Uncaged' Film Review: Shark-Bait Sequel Delivers the Goods

'47 Meters Down: Uncaged' Film Review: Shark-Bait Sequel Delivers the Goods

Returning director Johannes Roberts once again crafts an underwater adventure with real bite

In honor of the soon to be national holiday we call Shark Week, TheWrap breaks down some of our favorite sharks from both TV and film

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  • Jaws

    The one that started it all. Steven Spielberg made us all afraid to go in the water with this blockbuster about a great white that terrorizes a small island community 

    Universal

  • Sharknado

    Syfy struck gold with this laughably bad franchise about tornadoes filled with killer sharks that rain down all over Ian Ziering and Tara Reid

    Syfy

  • Shark Tank

    The “sharks” on this ABC competition show determine if they want to invest in an entrepreneur’s business idea, then devour those who fail (just kidding)

    ABC

  • Left Shark

    Katy Perry performed at the Super Bowl XLIX, but it was the dancing Left Shark that stole the show. The dancer’s wild moves captivated audiences the world over

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  • Finding Nemo

    Bruce the Shark may have looked menacing, but he was a softy at heart. He swore a vow that he was going to change the image of sharks everywhere by not devouring his fellow fish

    Pixar

  • West Side Story

    The Puerto Rican Sharks nearly got lured into a war with the white Jets in this classic Sondheim musical inspired by “Romeo & Juliet”

    United Artists

  • Land Shark

    “Saturday Night Live” played into the “Jaws” hysteria with this recurring sketch about “the cleverest of all sharks”

    NBC

  • Happy Days

    This iconic sitcom inspired the phrase “jump the shark”–which describes when a TV show has overstayed its welcome–when Fonzie did  just that in a Season Five episode

    ABC

  • Deep Blue Sea

    Admit it: You lost your mind when Samuel L. Jackson got eaten by a shark not even halfway through this thriller 

    Warner Bros

  • TheWrap looks back on our favorite razor-toothed undersea dwellers in honor of Discovery’s annual programming block

    In honor of the soon to be national holiday we call Shark Week, TheWrap breaks down some of our favorite sharks from both TV and film

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