In Tokyo, a young woman is exposed to the same mysterious curse that afflicted her sister. The supernatural force, which fills a person with rage before spreading to its next victim, brings together a group of previously unrelated people who attempt to unlock its secret to save their lives.
From Columbia Pictures and Ghost House Pictures comes the much-anticipated sequel to the 2004 worldwide hit The Grudge. The terrifying thriller The Grudge 2 explores the dark secrets of the grudge as the terrifying supernatural curse is unleashed on a group of seemingly unrelated victims. One by one, they are infected by the grudge, which quickly moves from a burned-down house in Tokyo and spreads to everyone who crosses its path.
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People's Movie Reviews For The Grudge 2
This is the same predicable follow up
with the back story of the 'WHY' things
happened. The plot line is horrendous.
Following 4 different sets of people at
4 different time periods was absolutely
horrendous to follow or watch. None of
it made any logical sense. The plot
didn't show any new twists, no new
'gotch ya' video showing the 'cursed'
woman and her son. It was almost boring
and tame! I sat through this movie last
night and was beyond disappointed. I
believe a teenager could have done
Hollywood and various Motion Picture
companies better get your act together.
Repeats and follow ups and back stories
are all that you can make movies of. Not
to mention one fake cartoon or comic
book character after another. You wonder
why people aren't flocking to theatres
anymore... well this movie is a prime
example of such! Best movie I've seen
for the past year believe it or not was
Night at the Museum! New, original,
creative and absolutely a laugh a
Get off this kick of making sequels,
prequels and comic books and
cartoon characters Look at real life and
find something better to write about.
Oh and lastly! Do not whatever you do
make a third THE GRUDGE, because
the two director crews in two different
countries made this show much
worse than it could have been. A curse
or ghost or whatever you want to call
them does not HAUNT a new location. The
plot and premise of this movie just
didn't work. Setting it in Japan and
using that aspect worked for the first
one. Moving it over to the US by
following one 'cursed' individual made
no sense. Not one person that has any
brains would find a ghost leaving its
'haunted' house and moving with someone
Find some new writers and find some more
realistic and believeable
plots would you!?
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