Rings (2017) 720p YIFY Movie

Rings (2017)

A young woman finds herself on the receiving end of a terrifying curse that threatens to take her life in seven days.

IMDB: 4.517 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.24G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 4.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 4

The Synopsis for Rings (2017) 720p

Julia becomes worried about her boyfriend, Holt, when he explores the dark urban legend of a mysterious video said to kill the watcher seven days after viewing. She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a "movie within the movie" that no one has ever seen before.

The Director and Players for Rings (2017) 720p

[Director]F. Javier Gutiérrez
[Role:]Johnny Galecki
[Role:]Alex Roe
[Role:]Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz

The Reviews for Rings (2017) 720p

OK thriller but not horror enoughReviewed byAbdo HamdyVote: 6/10

Rings is not a bad film , but it's just you can't call it strong horror Maybe Thriller or Mystery .. The story is good and could have been served better to increase the scary content of it . I consider it a good continuation of the Ring series Although I'm missing Naomi Watts . Acting was okay . Music and Picture were fine ..

Overall it's not as bad as you might hear , and not better than the first two parts ..

Reviewed byDave McClain ([email protected])Vote: 6/10/10

You may be aware that the release of 2017's "Rings" (PG-13, 1:57) camea dozen years after the previous American sequel in the "Ring"franchise, or even that the very first "Ring" film was Japanese, butmost people aren't aware of how the story began and how far-reaching ithas become. The story of people dying seven days after watching thestrange images on a mysterious videotape was first told in a trilogy ofbooks by Japanese author Koji Suzuki in the 1990s. The first novel in"The Ring Trilogy" was simply titled "Rings" and was published in 1991.In Japan, it inspired two manga adaptations, a 1995 film ("Ring:Kanzenban"), a TV series ("Ring: The Final Chapter"), another movieversion (1998's "Ring", also known as "Ringu") and a sequel (1999's"Ringu 2"), followed by two remakes of the 1998 film, one from SouthKorea ("The Ring Virus" in 1999) and the other from the U.S. ("TheRing" in 2002). The American version made over five times what it costso, naturally, there was a sequel. The profits for "The Ring Two"(released in 2005) "only" tripled its budget and was also rated muchlower than the previous film by both critics and audiences. The successof "The Ring" led to the American remakes of other Japanese horrorfilms such as "The Grudge" (and its sequel), "Dark Water" and "Pulse",but the diminishing "Ring" returns and reviews probably contributed tothe 12 year gap between "The Ring Two" and "Rings".

Updating the story for a new decade means that, rather on VHS tape, thedeadly video at the center of the story is now being stored as adigital file and is viewable on a variety of devices, making the clipall the more ubiquitous – and dangerous. Remaining the same, however,is the origin of the video (a murdered girl named Samara reaching outfor vengeance from beyond the grave) plus the way in which the video'scurse is carried forward (the viewer receiving a phone call with acreepy female voice on the other end seeing strange things that are notthere and then dying exactly seven days after watching the video,unless he or she copies the video and dupes some other poor schmuckinto watching it before the week is out). We see the culmination ofthis pattern play out in the first scene on an airplane flight duringwhich a handsome young man explains his nervousness to an incredulousfemale passenger by explaining, just as the plane is about to land,that he only has to "make it" through a few more minutes.

Julia and Holt (Matilda Lutz and Alex Roe) are just two teenagers inlove… who are about to find themselves deep in a well of malevolence.Holt is heading off to college, while Julia stays back in theirhometown to take care of her ailing mother. Texts, phone calls andSkype sessions keep the relationship going… until Holt suddenly andinexplicably stops answering Julia's calls. Desperate, Julia jumps inher car and drives to Holt's college where he is nowhere to be foundand where those who know him either don't know where he is or won'tsay. Julia knows that Holt has been getting extra credit by working ona project for Gabriel, his biology professor (Johnny Galecki), but theprof denies knowing who Holt is, so Julia follows him to another floorof the classroom building to see what's up. She finds herself in a roomfull of students, video screens and digital clocks which are labeledwith various students' names and which are counting down from variouspoints in time. Julia follows a panicked student named Skye (AimeeTeegarden). Skye admits that she knows where Holt is but, beforeexplaining further says, "I have to show you something first". Skyetakes Julia home and Julia sees texts from Holt on Skye's phone. Julialearns about the cursed video and that Holt watched it – almost exactlyseven full days earlier – so she watches it in order to save Holt,which starts her own proverbial clock ticking. But the video Julia seesis a little different from the previous versions. There are even moredisturbing, surreal and seemingly random images in Julia's video – andher experience is different from everyone else's. With Holt's help,Julia follows the clues in her video and the visions that she startsseeing so she can unravel the mystery, save her own life and maybefinally give Samara's spirit some peace. This quest ends up in a smalltown, where they meet a secretive B&B owner (Jill Jane Clements) andthe caretaker (Vincent D'Onofrio) of the grounds of a former church, asthey learn of the disappearance of another young girl 30 years earlier,all of which adds background to the version of this saga that began in"The Ring".

"Rings" is both enjoyable and frustrating. Updating the technologyinvolved with watching, copying and sharing the infamous Samara videoopens up more possibilities for story-telling, while delving deeperinto Samara's sad history adds interesting background – and also takesthe tale of the tape in some cool new directions. On the other hand,the script's lack of exposition makes the movie hard to follow… and theacting is somewhat lacking. The ending brings most of it together well,but getting there will put you through the… wringer. "B"

Loses it's way pretty quickly.Reviewed byHellmantVote: 6/10

'RINGS': Three Stars (Out of Five)

The third installment in the American supernatural horror franchise, following 2002's 'THE RING' and 2005's 'THE RING TWO'; the series is based on the 1998 Japanese horror movie 'RINGU'. This sequel has a college student, and his girlfriend, trying to survive the curse of Samara Morgan; which haunts you for a week, before death, after watching a mysterious video tape. The film was directed by F. Javier Gutierrez, and it was written by David Loucka, Jacob Aaron Estes and Akiva Goldsman. It stars Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki and Vincent D'Onofrio. The movie has been a hit at the Box Office, so far, but (of course) it's received mostly negative reviews from critics, and fans alike. I found it to be pretty disappointing.

A college professor, named Gabriel (Galecki), discovers the curse of Samara Morgan; after buying an old VCR at a garage sale, with a mysterious tape in it. He creates a college experiment out of the curse; where he assigns students to watch the tape, and then he finds them someone else to show it to (which saves their lives). Holt (Roe) is one new student that's unlucky enough to get the assignment. When Holt's girlfriend, Julia (Lutz), doesn't hear from him, she comes looking for him.

The film starts out pretty promising, and it's creepy enough (like the others), but it loses it's way pretty quickly. There's definitely some cool, and somewhat frightening, scenes in it; but they're mostly all in the first half of the movie. This sequel is definitely not as original, or as memorable, as it's predecessors; but it's worst crime is that it's just boring. The first half is mildly amusing, but the second half is definitely a bore!

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