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The Ring 2
In this sequel to the 2002 horror movie where people who watch a tape mysteriously die a week later, reporter Rachel Keller takes her son and heads to Oregon, only to come across a case where the...  View more >

Starring Naomi Watts, Simon Baker, David Dorfman...  View more >

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Please Note: Reader Reviews are submitted by the readers of The BigScreen Cinema Guide and represent their own personal opinions regarding this movie, and do not represent the views of The BigScreen Cinema Guide, or any of its associated entities.

Mar 20, 2005
Bad acting + bad story = bad movie. The best thing about seeing this movie was I never have to see it again.
Mar 20, 2005
Apr 3, 2005
Didn't live up to it's potential. Included events that didn't make sense (didn't happen in the first one, didn't happen more than once, just don't fit into the story line!). I was mildly entertained, but the plot was terrible and the "boo" factor was pathetic. Go see the first one again instead.
Apr 6, 2005
I didn't like the first Ring and seeing the sequel wasn't worth the effort. Despite the performance by Naomi Watts, the film is more of a repeat of the first movie. The film runs rings right over this movie.
Apr 9, 2005
Goes along great with the previous movie. Some may say this movie isn't "as scary" as the first one, but my opinon on that is only because you already know what scared people in the first one. (A scary character actually capable of coming into a our dimension, threw a television, and brining the dimension with it). In the sequel, we know this will probably happen, BUT the character is still pretty freaky and has some scary tactics to make you wanna look away from the screen at some moments. (Contortionism)

I do recomend seeing the sequal in a theatre, because otherwise the effects and jump-out-at you moments just aren't the same on a plane boring old tv.

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