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Reviewed by MrPyroGuy 9 / 10

An entry that nobody really asked for (video review on my new YT channel "Rami The Critic")

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Reviewed by Dave McClain ([email protected]) 9 / 10

"Rings" is both enjoyable and frustrating.

Returning for the third time to round out the trilogy, Samara comes crawling back into theaters after over a decade of being gone. When she appears again chasing a man on a plane, the videotape is discovered by a curious professor, Gabriel (Johnny Galecki). He begins to experiment with the film having college students watch it including Skye (Aimee Teegarden) and Holt (Alex Roe). They will continue to pass on the digital copies of the film before the seven days are up and they are dead.Julia (Matilda Lutz) has visions and worries about her boyfriend Holt who has disappeared. When she gets a strange Skype calls from Skye, she heads to the college to investigate. Holt explains Gabriel's experiment but Holt is running out of time as more people are wary after Skye's deformed face appears online. Julia takes on the video but things are different now. There is a new video embedded in the digital code that gives this plot a whole new mystery to pursue.Check out more of this review and others at swilliky.com

Reviewed by swilliky 9 / 10

A weak addition to The Ring Trilogy

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Reviewed by subxerogravity 9 / 10

I enjoined myself.

Alright, diving right into this. I am a fan of the first two movies, and I have waited for years for this sequel. I knew it wouldn't live up to the original or the first sequel, especially without Naomi Watts in it, so I wasn't expecting that. I advise you to do the same. I'll start with the negative and end with the positive:First, it is apparent that the gap of 12 years(!!) between the last sequel and this is a weakness, as the jump from VHS to digital is a little too stretched and offers no real explanation. That being said, the way the tape was brought into modern digital time was pretty cool, and way more dangerous and easily spread than before (good for you, Samara). Second: the leads were, as expected, way weaker leads than Rachel and Aidan. No real backstory or character development, which didn't make us care if they lived or died. We really rooted for Rachel in the first two The Ring movies, but not really in this one. Their acting is fine, but fades compared to Naomi Watts terrorized portrayal of Rachel. Third: Rings relies too much on cheap jump scares and horror clichés. Its opening scene could have been really cool, but it just fails to deliver the scares and is a little too over the top, especially for a beginning. It is not really connected to the main plot either, The movie is also not scary, if you are into horror and watch a lot of them. Maybe it would scare us 10 years ago, but not today. Also, the clues along the way for the lead, Julia to solve the mystery is too conveniently laid out for her.Positive:First: Rings actually offers some fresh ideas to the franchise. Its not only about Samara spreading the tape to kill more people. There's now new clips within the tape, more digging into Samara's backstory, and a new motivation for Samara to spread her curse. The story is easy to follow, but new and interesting. Second: The makers brought Samara into the present digital age pretty nicely, with a digital tape, smart phones, and computers. It also tells us how strong Samara's powers have developed, and it seems like there's no limit to her curse ? which is kinda scary. The visuals are also very good.Third: There are some cool new scenes we haven't seen before in the first two movies (although not scary enough), and a good twist that sets up for possible new sequels. If not, it would be a good ending to the franchise. Final thoughts: as a stand alone horror movie, it is not very good. Plenty of horror movies does this genre better. As a follow up to The Ring and Ring 2, if you like those movies and the story, it isn't too bad. For someone like me, I enjoyed it. I am open to another sequel, but I hope they get Naomi Watts back. She is the only one that can actually save us. Or maybe an adult Aidan!

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