Jason Statham vs a giant shark: a great show to watch again this Sunday on TF1.
Nice success of summer 2018, In troubled waters (The Meg), carried out by Jon Turteltaub (Benjamin Gates) and carried by Jason Statham, will return to television this weekend. TF1 would be wrong to deprive itself, since its sequel, In (very) troubled waters, has just arrived in dark rooms.
The first opus was a good surprise, which the editorial staff recommends, provided you like this kind of blockbusters and its main actor, of course.
Jason Statham plunges back into (very) troubled waters: the huge trailer for the sequel to The Meg
Here is the review of First : Here is a film which is much less stupid than it looks: from the point of view of the producers, it is not stupid to think that in the middle of summer the public (especially Asian given the number of Eastern stars and shameless product placements) would greatly appreciate going to see Jason Statham confront a twenty-meter-long prehistoric shark emerging from the bottom of the waves and eager for fresh flesh. The big surprise of the film – otherwise pleasantly predictable and refreshing as watery summer fun – lies precisely in Jason Statham, who plays a charming, selfless, polite and seductive (but respectful) sea lifesaver. And not at all a badass (even a shark) nag, unshaven and rude. On the scale of Stathamian evolution, In troubled waters represents a great leap forward.
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