Certainly acceptable. But no one seeing it is going to feel as spooked as executive producer Roy Lee. To make an audience feel that intensely, you need a different kind of director and a different kind of film.
Requiring an enormous amount of suspended disbelief, the original Rings may be a culture-specific phenom; despite strenuous efforts to Americanize Nakata's field of bad dreams, the preview audience did a lot of cackling.
The ring is actually not exactly a horror movie, but more like a thriller and mystery type.I like the subject very much,wondering what will happen every minute.
generally horror films do not have such scenarios
Other films in this style are often intended to scare but this movie we watched a woman trying to unravel the mystery of samara
I have not fully understood the mystery of the cassette, but I am sure this will be clarified in the following films.(Gore Verbinski is a good director)
The cast does a decent job but this is such a needless, Americanized remake. It's not scary, Fails to remain even the least bit interesting after the first 1/3 of the movie and the ending is kind of a slap in the face.
This is possibly the worst movie I have seen in my 13 years of life!. It's interesting but there is also a lot of things missing. I mean the worst part for me was when the horse was killed. What the hell is in the directors mind shooting this scene, I am a strong animal lover, so i hated it. TWO THUMBS DOWN