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Kate Mara is a surefire saving grace...
There's really nothing remarkable about Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, which is a shame because it's premise is one ripe with possibilities.
Though it's purportedly the third installment of the ongoing Urban Legends series, Bloody Mary feels more like a half-baked Ring ripoff than anything else.
blatantly obvious that the script has nothing to do with the actual Urban Legend series
Poorly made and disconnected from the series proper, Urban Legends: Bloody Mary tries to be a supernatural thriller. When three teenage girls play a game of Bloody Mary they accidentally awaken the spirit of a 30-year-old murder victim, who then proceeds to seek revenge on the children of those responsible for her death. The script is awful, and neither the directing nor the acting does anything to improve it. Ultimately Urban Legends: Bloody Mary doesn't work and comes off as a desperate attempt to revive the series.
It was freaky!
This was a striaght to DVD release, a surprise considering how popular the first two were. A simple story with at times low budget effects but still enjoyable. It does go towards a more supernatural path from the first two. If you like the first two give this a whirl.
Interesting idea (though cliche), but piss poor special effects. Watch and laugh.
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