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- DescriptionIn Gore Verbinski's remake of Hideo Nakata's chilling horror film, a group of teenagers all die suddenly and inexplicably exactly one week after watching a mysterious videotape at a remote cabin in the Pacific Northwest. Journalist Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts), a relative of one of the victims, begins an investigation that leads to a mountain resort where she discovers the tape, which contains footage of random and surreal images. After viewing the tape, Rachel receives a phone call stating that she, too, has seven days left to live. As the clock ticks away, Rachel enlists the help of her former boyfriend Noah (Martin Henderson), who is the father of her startlingly serious young son Aidan (David Dorfman). Assisted by the intuitive illustrations of Aidan and the initially reluctant research of Noah, Rachel attempts to discover the significance of the cryptic tape before her time is up.<BR>The original RING, based on a novel by Koji Suzuki, was a cult phenomenon in Japan, spawning a sequel, a prequel, and other spin-offs. Although Verbinski's adaptation shares much in common with its Japanese counterpart, the director distinctly alters numerous plot elements and, in grandiose Hollywood style, employs a much larger budget. The beautiful cinematography is one of the more telling enhancements, along with added screen time for other characters, including the morose Richard Morgan (Brian Cox). However, the key to this RING is Watts, who shines through the creepy atmosphere in a role that follows her success in MULHOLLAND DRIVE. This would appear to be no coincidence, since the film comes across like a David Lynch version of an X-FILES episode that presents shockingly scary moments and makes the most out of the unknown.
- Leading Role 1Naomi Watts
- Director 1Gore Verbinski
- Leading Role 2Martin Henderson
- Leading Role 3Brian Cox
- Additional Roles byLindsay Frost,Daveigh Chase,Shannon Cochran,Rachael Bella,David Dorfman,Amber Tamblyn
- ProducerWalter F. Parkes,Laurie MacDonald
- ScreenwriterEhren Kruger
- Score ComposerHans Zimmer
- AuthorKoji Suzuki
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2005
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time110 minutes
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- sarahlouisedunc...15 Jul, 2017by
The story is very interesting it keeps you wondering when something is going to happen, the characters are interesting. And the enemy is great. I would definitely recommend this product to other people
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- stoosie-lala9210 May, 2011by
The Ring DVD
This film is very scarey, i would not recommend that this be watched at night or alone, as me and my sisters watched during the day tie and has been very scared for the past 3 days, but it is a good film and i plan to buy the ring 2.
- marektrecnutrit...09 May, 2011by
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- micheleprivatee...23 Sep, 2010by
i watched this movie a while ago expecting some good action. its not a bad film but a little diaapointing. Id recommend it but would like to say dont expect really good graphics etc
- bransteve_12319 Sep, 2010by
The Ring review.
Good horror/supernatural thriller. Excellent cast, atmospheric mood and gripping plot. A benchmark in this genre.
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