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The Ring

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The film revolves around the story of the mysterious video tape that it's viewers will have to pay with their own lives. During a picnic in the mountain, two young girls Katie Embry and Rebecca Kotler join the group of friends and watch the tape. They in turn have to die.
115 min
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New York Daily News
I hated it, but I grant that it does tap into a vein of technological horror -- the fear of the VCR! -- that will have young videophiles chatting it up for weeks.
July 25, 2014
Baltimore Sun
The Ring doesn't have the wiliness or conviction to exploit either a single mother's guilt over child neglect or our collective queasiness over potential bad seeds. It merely alternates these themes and toys with them.
July 25, 2014
Tulsa World
The slow pace gives us too much time to think about the story's lapses in logic. And Verbinski's style is so conventional that the various scare devices and horror images he throws on the screen feel oddly more comforting than frightening.
July 25, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Watching The Ring won't kill you, but it could bore you half to death.
July 25, 2014
Associated Press
The Ring, about a videotape that kills people, is so full of inconsistencies and plot holes that I stumbled from a recent screening with few answers, and a ton of questions.
July 25, 2014