Meg 2: The Trench

2023

Action / Adventure / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27% · 183 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73% · 1K ratings
IMDb Rating 5.0/10 10 81218 81.2K

Director

Top cast

Jason Statham as Jonas Taylor
Sienna Guillory as Driscoll
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1.04 GB
1280*536
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
Seeds 100+
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1920*804
English 5.1
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
Seeds 100+
1.04 GB
1280*534
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
Seeds 100+
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by demonblade-37792 4 / 10

Just Bad

The first impression of The Meg 2: The Trench (2023) is that this was hard to watch. There were dumbfounded scenes that did not make any sense led by decision making. The kills were not that good especially since it is a PG-13 movie. The only parts that I liked are Jason Statham and his great acting and the antagonists getting killed off. Other than that, I was ready to leave the theater. It really questioned me on how does the protagonists keep on surviving after questionable events. I honestly liked the first one better because it was not that bad of a shark movie. The sequel, however, just made it worse. I am surprised that this film was allowed to make it in Dolby Cinema since it only allows good or great movies in the auditorium. Overall, The Meg 2: The Trench is pretty bad with its scenes and kills. I would recommend to stay away from this movie.

Reviewed by erik-29-381626 4 / 10

Things we learned from Meg 2! :)

A 14 year old girl is a serious scientist and will have a multi million dollar underwater suit made in her size.

Said multi million dollar underwater suits can withstand pressure from being at 7 km depth but not the teeth of a big eel.

Jason Statham can swim at 7 km depth without a suit and not get crushed.

Trained mercenaries with automatic rifles are no match for pre-historic crocodiles that walk on land for the first time.

When people arise quickly from 7 km depth no decompression is necessary since the subs are state of the art.

Submarines can freely submerge and sail right next to several Megs who won't try anything but if you try to go UP from an underwater station, they will attack right away.

Turning on the lights in an underwater station will cause Megs to tear it apart within seconds but building it in the first place was fine by them.

Escape pods from an underwater station are never attacked by Megs, only actual submarines.

Working with underwater mining in a mini sub every day will not cause Megs to attack you, only if the main character is in that sub.

Even if you are backed up by money, armed mercenaries, and an inside (wo)man who can easily fix it if your secret underwater operation gets discovered you kill your friends/employees and risk your own life in a huge series of explosions that will most likely bury you and your sub alive, just to get some action.

Megs carry grudges and will ignore a lot of people for a chance to attack a big metal helicopter to get 1 guy they don't like.

The black movie guy kliché is still alive and kicking.

Megs will only swim up beyond the natural cold barrier if the people they hate are going up there, even if there has been a big hole for them for hours.

If a Meg chases a small vessel, it will ignore all other bigger and noisier vessels in it's hate for the main character.

A huge octopus will fail to hold a Meg, if the Meg manage to bite 1 tentacle.

A newly engaged young woman is eaten by an octopus without the audience batting an eye lash but the annoying little dog must survive since people will be enraged if it dies.

Mercs will have devices and know how to jam all cell phones on an island (but struggle with simple combat).

A man can hang on the outside of a mini sub from 7 km down and all the way up to the surface with absolutely no problems with pressure, air or taking off the suit at surface level.

Seeing an empty helmet float around at 7 km depth means you should go look for your colleague because "you can't leave him behind", he will definitely not be dead or eaten.

Jason Statham can hold on to a piece of helicopter debris even though a Meg lands on top of it, he is the main character after all.

Billion dollar underwater stations have no emergency handles or controls, anyone from the surface can take over remotely and completely.

If you are walking to an underwater station and running out of air, you should stop to talk often, or at least slow down and enjoy the view.

If you hold a Meg in a tank, a flimsy gate will hold in it check for years until it decides it want babies.

If you care about the oceans you will live in a container for days before you emerge when the ship is at sea, not to catch them red handed when they dump radioactive waste or take pictures of them dumping it at sea but to take pictures of their log book, to perhaps sue them later and hope it will stop them next time. Simply taking the pictures when they reach port would rob you of living in a container for days.

Reviewed by ladymidath 3 / 10

The Only Good Thing Is Jason Statham

I wanted to like this, I really did, it has everything, giant creature, Statham, shark, but this is just so boring.

The problem is, it hits every cliché. Annoying kid, paint by the number villain, a predictable plot. Unlikable characters who all behave like cartoon characters.

I liked the first movie and was looking forward to the sequel, but the irritating characters and lazy [;it just didn't do it for me.

I don't mind popcorn movies where you park your brain at the door, but they are usually fun. I think that is the problem here, it just was not fun. Statham is the best thing about this movie, he always turns in a reliable performance. The rest of the cast are so forgettable, in the end I was cheering for the shark.

If I want a good shark movie, I will watch Jaws.

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