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The Ring Two (2005)

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Released Year: 2005
Runtime: 110 minutes
Directors: Hideo Nakata


Rachel Keller must prevent evil Samara from taking possession of her son's soul.



Christian Science Monitor - David Sterritt
Watts is wonderful, and the story's forsaken-child theme still has plenty of horrific power.
The Hollywood Reporter - Kirk Honeycutt
While nearly every shock comes at predictable moments, there is genuine ingenuity behind many, and the movie is surprisingly fresh for one made by a guy on his third go-round with the same material.
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers
You have to admire Nakata's skill at letting the dead run free while hinting that we may have more to fear from the living. With a braver step in that direction, this middling movie would ring more than box-office bells.
Dallas Observer - Luke Y. Thompson
The movie works while you watch it, with plenty of scares both sudden and psychological.
Variety - Todd McCarthy
Half-intriguing, half-tedious.

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