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Looking more like the fourth or fifth entry in a franchise than only the second, cell phone horror pic One Missed Call 2 manages to ring up a few genuine scares and a neat final twist.
...a rather worthless piece of work...
Exactly what you would think it would be. If you like Japanese horror, this is worth the watch.
Somehow this film manages to tie itself into the first and have an almost completely different plot, especially in terms of the ghost's M.O. I enjoyed it, but the first is, as usual, superior due to novelty and slickness (it was a Miike film, what do you expect?).
there were a fewer deaths on this one. the young ghost wasn't really as scary as they wanted her to appear.
This movie is excruciatingly boring. Following in the footsteps of its average but entertaining predecessor can't have been that difficult, and yet it still manages to drop the ball.
There are no interesting elements in the plot. One Missed Call 2 basically takes the main part of the first movie's storyline - the killer phone call - and streamlines it through the entire movie. None of the slightly ham-fisted psychological elements or anything show up...just tawdry ghost horror.
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