A young pathologist seeks answers to the mysterious death of a friend and soon comes into contact with the same cursed videotape that caused the death of the friend's wife and son, which is haunted by the curse of Sadako, a relentless spirit.
- Stars:Kôichi Satô, Miki Nakatani, Hinako Saeki, Shingo Tsurumi, Shigemitsu Ogi, Yutaka Matsushige, Daisuke Ban, Naoaki Manabe, Naoto Adachi, Eri Kakurai, Ryûichi Sugahara, Masanobu Yada, Ryûma Uchida, Chû Takatsuki, Kôzô Satô,
- Director:Jôji Iida,
- Writer:Jôji Iida (screenplay), Kôji Suzuki (novel)
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(mx) wrote: This is even more enjoyable than its predecessor - although that's not saying much. Somehow, it's just a lot easier to just go along for the ride with Think Like a Man Too.
(ru) wrote: A French icon is personalized with dignity, elegance and poise.I'm not fashion forward or a fashionesta. Nor do I by chanel or high end clothing.... but surprisingly I entered the film with little knowledge of who Coco Avant Chanel was, let alone cared to know.Renting the film was worth an education lesson 101 in fashion and why Chanel has managed to own the fashion industry and remain timeless. I loved every minute of the bio-pic and would watch it again.
(br) wrote: To be honest...it got boring real fast
(nl) wrote: This movie is good from start to finish. Tells a great story
(au) wrote: Good characters and a refreshing style of direction. I like the interspersed scenes of stillness or nonaction, like sitting outside among the sheep.
(de) wrote: I'm not an expert on movies but even my amateur eyes can pick out 2 loop holes in the plot. That number is too much. Not a great movie.
(us) wrote: A grand production, outstanding cinematography.
(br) wrote: This movie troubles me greatly.While nominally an antiwar picture, it glorifies the institutions behind the conflict draping patriotic sentiment and love for kids over what is essentially an aberrational anecdote of the Civil War. Yes, children fought, but the reason this is propaganda is because everyone is portrayed as being ok with what transpired. (In an unrelated, other than coincidental way, this movie is the antimatter to The Lords of Discipline. In that movie David Keith risks his life and faces tragic death at a southern military school to defend integration. In this one, Keith David risks his life and confronts, what?, tragic death at a southern military academy to perpetuate segregation. This movie had an interesting cast. David Arquette as the Cowardly Lion. Tom Skerrit reprising his role in A River Runs Through It. Lauren Holly as every mom who supports the troops and accepts any sacrifice for whatever cause. At the end, the field of shoes I guess were meant to look sad, but I was left feeling empty. Wasn't it just a couple kids that got killed? Was the tearjerker end for discarded footwear? I saw them lose the shoes in the mud and the little racists killed a whole lot more cowardly unprincipled Union soldiers more than the couple kids the school lost. (Did you see how those Union soldiers shot those poor boys even though they knew they were kids. Shocking. Except, the children were like in every horror movie I've ever seen, where the cops end up getting swallowed because it's just a kid coming at them. Maybe the victory was bravery and people not wanting to slaughter kids. But instead they were made to look heroic. This was not a tragedy, this was a crime. And treating it like a battle instead of an atrocity, is another crime. This should have a warning label for propaganda.