The Grudge 2

10%

of critics liked it

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In theaters Oct 13, 2006
PG-13, 1 hr. 42 min.

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Movie Info

Synopsis: When a cast and crew of a TV show start filming in the apparently haunted house, strange things begin to happen to each of them.
Director: Takashi Shimizu
Rated: PG-13
Running Time: 1 hr. 42 min.
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Horror
Theater Release: Oct 13, 2006
DVD Release: Feb 06, 2007

Critic Reviews

Consensus: A diminished sequel that makes even less sense than The Grudge 1.
  • Some unsettling moments here, but the evil ghost itself is a predictable one-trick pony. More...
  • Vapid, silly and about as scary as an Adam Sandler film. More...
  • What's a bad sequel but a revenant soul doomed to repeat itself? More...
  • Like its progenitor, The Grudge 2 is filled with defective light bulbs, scummy bath water and camera work that makes even teenage flesh look mottled. More...
  • It is a testament to the power of filmmaking that even a waste of time like Grudge 2 can raise a slew of interesting questions to keep you thinking for a long time after leaving the theatre. More...
  • Takako Fuji and Ohga Tanaka, as the ghosts, do MTV Movie Award-caliber work by just crouching in a phone booth. More...
  • It isn't a bad movie, just a redundant one. More...
  • The Grudge 2, Takashi Shimizu's wildly uneven but ambitious new film -- his second American remake -- is one of the best entries in the Japanese director's Ju-On/Grudge series. More...
  • Very little about the plot actually makes sense, but who needs logic when you've got a creepy ghost child and his banshee mom lurking around? More...
  • The movie is utter junk, suitable perhaps for late-night TV, but not for the thousands of big screens on which it opened yesterday. More...