Yuichi Sato's Japanese horror film Pray opens with two down-and-outers, the conniving Mitsuru (Tetsuji Tamayama) and ruthless Maki (Asami Mizukawa), who -- desperate for money -- abduct a young girl and hole up in a defunct schoolhouse until her guardians pay up. The only problem: their victim is actually a victimizer -- the knife-wielding spirit of a child who died exactly one year ago and, obsessed with vengeance, will stop at nothing to drive her captors into their graves. Kouko Mori, Sanae Miyata, and Fumiyo Kohinata co-star. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi … More
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A great concept that just plays out poorly. Decent acting by the two leads, but the little girl role is not mysterious enough; not sure if thats the poor script or the acting to blame there. It might have played out better if the producer invested in some 100 watt light bulbs and illuminated the sets a bit; movies played out in near darkness do not necessarily equate to scarier scenes. Pacing likewise is plodding despite a very quick start. Overall a good idea that either ran out of steam or executed below my expectations.More
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