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This film asserts that the victim had some sort of variety of power prior to their tragedy. There are some twists that help the movie to peak, every so often, but the power scaling becomes so unmanageable that, at some point, its easy to lose interest.
For one, injustice is not a good enough reason to give anybody the power to take life from multiple strangers. That's what we call a plot-hole, and it's a pretty big one.
When you think about it, this is basically one of those movies that is saying "What If" this unstoppable force existed, and we showed everybody failing to deal with it.
Scary Stuff! Not Really. LoL So, what if a girl with Evil Psycho-Kinetic Powers was pushed down a well by her parents, but not even death could stop her!
Okay, well then what's the point of making a movie about it, if she can't be stopped? It's an interesting Twilight Zone episode, I'll give you that, but you can't base an entire movie around people failing to unstoppable forces.
That's just Boring, and it's also not based on a Universe where Justice exists, if you can't do anything to counter the malevolent force. When it comes to that, it's almost like Rape.
Seriously, if you present your viewer with an Evil force that they can't get away from, doesn't that feel like Rape?
You can't base your plot in a Logical Universe, and decide to break the rules whenever you like, just because you think it'll be fun to constantly lead on your audience.
That's Lame. Anyways, all the QQ aside, it's an entertaining movie, but the ending, as with many movies unfortunately, is also very poor, and disappointing.
Now, I'm going to watch the second Ring movie, so I gotta go! LoL P. A person could last A LOT longer than 7-days in a well.
I only 5-starred this because it scares the living crap out of me and I'm a grown man, quite aware that the boogey-man does not exist.
I don't know what it is. Probably creepy kids. I'm not just talking about the girl with the hair that looks like it was pulled out of the drain and glued to her head.
The "normal" little boy is a creeper too. I like this movie. It would be awesome if they re-release it in 3D. We were late to the theater to see this one and had to sit in those front row seats too close to the screen.
Had it been in 3D I would have peed my pants i'm sure. I like the whole uniqueness of the story. Hollywood hadn't had an original thought in decades.
Well considering this is a remake of a Japanese scary film to begin with. The movie kept me on the edge of my seat to find out what was Samara's deal.
Why did she never sleep, why was she evil, why was she hurting people in life and in death. You never got the answers you were looking for, which I thought would lead to a sequel, Ring II.
People are motivated to do good, for good karma, approval, rewards, acknowledgement to avoid punishment, prison, altercations etc.
But what is the motivation to be evil? I guess pure evil doesn't worry about punishment because it does the punishing. Evil doesn't need a reason, evil doesn't play by the rules, and evil doesn't have boundaries.
When you think about pure evil in those terms, if you've ever seen it, or experienced it, or survived it This movie is top notch, no idea how they're going to match it in the remake.
One reviewer said the story was all over the place Probably the most cogent plot of any horror movie ever unless your IQ is less than your shoe size.
The Ring: Take a clever horror movie trope; add one of the best crime thrillers ever made; add some genuine horror scenes; add a 'no escape' ending.
Also, we have the most successful horror device ever in addition "the creepy kid". Now, the crime thriller.
The director takes you through this familiar but brilliant territory, gives you the satisfactory ending This version has the horror scenes cut to get PG The Ring starts off with a very creepy introduction.
It's shot in a way that tells you everything you need to know but does it in a way that throws you off.
Things you expect to see, you don't see. Things you expect characters to do, they don't do. It plays with your expectations to keep you on your toes.
With a Ring reboot on the way don't watch the trailer, it shows you everything , I thought it would be fun to revisit this movie. This is a well-made horror movie.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 1. View All Photos Movie Info. It sounds like just another urban legend -- a videotape filled with nightmarish images leads to a phone call foretelling the viewer's death in exactly seven days.
Newspaper reporter Rachel Keller Naomi Watts is skeptical of the story until four teenagers all die mysteriously exactly one week after watching just such a tape.
Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video and watches it.
Now she has just seven days to unravel the mystery. Gore Verbinski. Walter F. Parkes , Laurie MacDonald. Oct 4, DreamWorks SKG. Naomi Watts Rachel Keller.
Martin Henderson Noah. David Dorfman Aidan. Brian Cox Richard Morgan. Jane Alexander Dr. Lindsay Frost Ruth. Pauley Perrette Beth. Amber Tamblyn Katie.
Rachael Bella Becca. Sara Rue Babysitter. Gore Verbinski Director. Parkes Producer. Laurie MacDonald Producer. Ehren Kruger Writer.
Scott Frank Writer. Mike Macari Executive Producer. Roy Lee Executive Producer. Michele Weisler Executive Producer. Neal Edelstein Co-Executive Producer.
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July 25, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Feb 04, Despite shoddy writing in certain moments, The Ring quickly overcomes it's faults thanks to Gore Verbinski's fantastic and skillful direction, Hans Zimmer's haunting score, and Naomi Watts' great performance, leaving your skin crawling before and after the viewing experience.
Matthew M Super Reviewer. Oct 23, Full of suspense and intrigue, The Ring is a subtle but intense thriller. When a newspaper reporter investigates an underground videotape that supposedly kills you seven days after watching it, she discovers that it's all too true.
And while the pacing seems slow, it just makes the thrills that much more intense when they come. Additionally, the investigation of the tape is well-plotted and engrossing.
Though American remakes of foreign films have a bad rep, The Ring is an impressive horror film that delivers some bone-chilling terrors.
Dann M Super Reviewer. Oct 29, One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all and in seven days kill them in a pretty messed up fashion, though one that's not quite as messy as you would expect with a director who actually has Gore as his first name.
I presume that silly misunderstanding is why the Rotten Tomatoes consensus is so strangely emphatic about there not being a whole lot of gore, but either way, the fact of the matter is that this is no Peter Jackson film, even though I can see how you would make the mistake, not just because this is a breakout film of sorts with "Ring" in the title, but because it features Naomi Watts having to deal with some strange creature with a whole lot of hair.
Yeah, this chick seriously needs a haircut, though I'm certainly not gonna tell her that she looks about as hairy as King Kong, not just because I seriously wouldn't want some crazy demon girl to get mad at me, but because she's freaky enough when she's not showing off her messed up face all the time.
So yeah, I would have expected the dude who directed "MouseHunt" and "The Mexican" to do as effective of a job as he does with a horror film, and quite frankly, I'm glad, because if "MouseHunt" gave you good idea of how disturbing of a filmmaker Gore Verbinski can get, then we would be looking as some seriously traumatised kids.
Shoot, I think Jack Sparrow is too disturbing-looking, and if I thought there was any remote possibility that he would crawl out of the TV, forget about it, I don't care how white I am, I'm not touching that tape.
Shoot, it's , I say that like I will touch a video tape in the near future. Well, already dated or not, the fact of the matter is that this chiller is an effective one, and yet, and as tense as this film gets to be, perhaps it is a touch too atmospheric for its own good.
Intended to be good old fashion ceaseless tension, the film is immensely atmospheric, and that works about as often, if not more than it doesn't, yet the fact of the matter is that there are occasions where the immense atmosphere doesn't necessarily work, overemphasizing the aura of a situation so much to the point of feeling manipulative, and not just during the scary moments, as too much tension will find itself pumped into areas where no overwhelming intrigue is needed, with quite possibly the biggest "Wait, what?
Sure, Gore Verbinski is a good enough director to where the scene in question and others don't come off as too awkward, yet the tonal overbearingness still stands, which isn't to say that the atmosphere has to necessarily be behind something to be problematic.
Just the overally meditative dreaminess of the atmosphere proves disengaging, as it dulls things down quite considerably and quite often, and yet, although the film is perhaps at its dullest when quitness is emphasized, it's not like the film is all that much fun when there's nothing to fear.
Expostion and one-off dialogue pieces aren't necessarily too boring, because there's still something going on, yet things get to be all too quiet, even when quietness is purposeless, and this, of course, keeps momentum from picking up all that consistently.
Dullness is formed often, and with it, dullness' old companion, blandness, which may not be too terribly relentless, yet stands consistent enough to do some damage on the final product.
Still, it's not like the film was ever going to have all that much bite in the first place, as its story, while reasonably engaging, is filled with conventions, and is not too much more than simply decent to begin with, and with the story's shortcomings going emphasized by the aforementioned thorough slowness, the promising project sputters out as a bit underwhelming.
Of course, the film doesn't fall too far down the well-I mean, the totem pole, because for every fall, there is indeed a rise, in tension that is, with style keeping consistent in its commendable height.
Deeply colored, bleakly lit and handsomely defined, Bojan Bazelli's photography may supplement the film's blandness, being dreamy and with color diluted by an overwhelming amount of deep greenish blue, yet still catches your attention with its elegantly dark look, as well as its supplementing the film's bleakness more than the blandness, while something that soley supplements intrigue being, of all things, the editing.
Okay, maybe Craig Wood's editing isn't completely innocent as a culprit behind the film's slowness, keeping scenes loose and quiet, yet when things pick up and Wood finds an opportunity to play with some nifty editing tricks, he delivers on neat quick insertions of imagery to keep you alert during the more meditative moments when not making sure that the film's relatively more fast-pace moments keep pumping through slickly stylish quick cuts that supplement the intensity that gives you a reasonably potent sense of intrigue towards the film's mystery aspects and, of course, more major thrills.
Yes, people, while the film's ceaseless attempts at intrigue get to be a bit manipulative, or at least just plain exhausting, and by extension, rather fall-flat, more often than not, the film chills and pulls you to the edge of your seat, partially thanks to the cleverly disturbing imagery and, of course, the work of my man Mr.
Hans Zimmer, whose work isn't necessarily as terribly sharp as it usually is, yet remains pretty sharp, providing well-composed tunes that, when married with the immersively strong sound design and Gore Verbinski's atmosphere, sinks into the film, as well as your nerves more often than not.
The film isn't necessarily as consistently thrilling as it should be, yet it is at least generally chilling, or if nothing else, reasonably compelling, thanks largely to Naomi Watts, who doesn't really have enough to do to carry this film through thick and thin and give the final product the extra push it needs to be truly rewarding, yet delivers on emotional range and a genuine presence of humanity that engrosses you when Watts is at her strongest, which isn't to say that Watts doesn't engage to one degree or another throughout this film.
Watts keeps this film going when the film really starts to dip, yet doesn't go backed up with enough to do consistently for her performance, and the film with her, to thoroughly engross, so the performance that does the most in bringing this film close to genuine goodness is the very one that helps in dropping this film to a state of underwhelmingness: the key offscreen one.
Director Gore Verbinski doesn't feel too terribly assured in his direction, keeping things either too atmospheric or just too dull, and that is what renders the final product underwhelming, yet at the same time, when Verbinski really wakes up, you join him, because although his atmosphere does get to be too much, much more often than not, it's effective in its clever sobriety which chews at you and keeps you eager to see just what is to happen next.
Verbinski does a decent job of absorbing the depth of the story's intrigue, both as something of a mystery drama and as a psychological thriller, and while he does do too good of a job in some areas and not good enough of a job in others, to where the final product falls as quite improvable, Verbinski, with the help of his team of other talents, keeps you going.
As the screen fuzzes out, you're left both wanting a little more and a little less, in that you find yourself overwhelmed by the excessive and dulling atmosphere and underwhelmed by too much dull quietness even when there's nothing really going on, thus resulting in the blandness that, alongside the conventions, exposes enough of the limitations within the story for the film to fall flat as underwhelming, yet not to where it doesn't find more than a few occasions in which it picks itself back up, going supported by the striking visual and editing style and nifty score work - courtesy of the great Hans Zimmer - that catch your attention and supplement the intrigue that goes further supplemented by Naomi Watts' compelling performance, and established by Gore Verbinski's having enough atmospheric effectiveness to make "The Ring" an enjoyable chiller, even if its does stand to thrill more.
Cameron J Super Reviewer. Oct 25, There's plenty of supporting thriller, narrative and character to make this relatively understated film really creep up on you and linger in the mind, unpredictable, seriously tense and seriously frightening, though without quite reaching a layer of thematic depth to qualify a place in the hall of horror greats.
Louis R Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Grasnik: It means ever since that girl's been gone, things have been better.
Samara: [singing by the well] : Here we go, the world is spinning. When it stops, it's just beginning. Sun comes up, we all laugh. Sun goes down, we all die Becca: You start to play it and it's like somebody's nightmare.
And then this woman comes on, smiling at you, right? Seeing you Then when it's over, your phone rings, someone knows you watched the tape Noah: I can't imagine being stuck down a well all alone like that.
How long could you survive? Rachel Keller: Seven days. View All Quotes. Best Horror Movies. Worst Superhero Movies. Best Netflix Series and Shows.
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