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Rings movie reviews


Here's what critics are saying about Rings, starring Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki, Vincent D'Onofrio, Aimee Teegarden and Bonnie Morgan:

The Guardian

This offshoot is essentially a well-produced, easily accessed B-movie. Still, it wouldn’t kill you to watch it, and it does more than expected to reinvent its particular wheel. Read the complete movie review here.


The movie, which will be lucky to eke out a weekend’s worth of business, isn’t scary, it isn’t awesome, and it doesn’t nudge you to think of technology in a new way. But it does make you wish that you could rewind those two hours, or maybe just erase them. Read the complete movie review here.

The Wrap

Horror films that backstory the audience to death lose all hope of mining what's eerie and unsettling about the unknown, and "Rings" is a perfect example: it doesn't so much spread its familiar myth as dilute it. Visually it's also cramped and unremarkable. Read the complete movie review here.

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