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The Grudge 2

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At mysterious house, the mysterious and terrible events has happened to each member of a group of filmmakers when they film a TV show here. To fight the curse and to win back life to themselves, they try together to find out the truth behind the curse for that dead house.
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CRITICS OF "The Grudge 2"
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Suite101.com
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September 25, 2010

Takashi Shimizu telegraphs scares to the point of numbness. Peek under a table? There's the boy! The room a bit too quiet, is it? It's the girl! All that's frightening are the actors' pained facial expressions, suggesting an epidemic of farty indigestion.
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Entertainment Weekly
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October 18, 2006

What's a bad sequel but a revenant soul doomed to repeat itself?
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New York Times

October 17, 2006

Like its progenitor, The Grudge 2 is filled with defective light bulbs, scummy bath water and camera work that makes even teenage flesh look mottled.
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L.A. Weekly
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October 19, 2006

Some unsettling moments here, but the evil ghost itself is a predictable one-trick pony.
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Toronto Star
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October 16, 2006

It is a testament to the power of filmmaking that even a waste of time like Grudge 2 can raise a slew of interesting questions to keep you thinking for a long time after leaving the theatre.
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UGO

March 24, 2007

Repetition is the death of horror.
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The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

March 15, 2007

Pale-faced, staring, mute Japanese kids strike back.
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Beyond Hollywood
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April 20, 2008

Seven films later, with the conventions of throat croaking and neck cracking having moved into camp, it's amazing that Shimizu can still find new ways to turn the old screw.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

It's a random series of attempted frights that fails at every turn.
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Reel Film Reviews
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March 12, 2007

...nothing more than a needless rehash of its predecessor...
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Time Out
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October 19, 2006

Vapid, silly and about as scary as an Adam Sandler film.
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Boston Globe
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October 16, 2006

Takako Fuji and Ohga Tanaka, as the ghosts, do MTV Movie Award-caliber work by just crouching in a phone booth.
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