Atom User Reviews for The Grudge
Don't waste ur money go to Mcdonalds instead not a joke
Don’t waste your time not scary at all and very predictable
Story is all over the place
This is not even The Grudge. Save your money.
Waste of time and money..I’ve never seen something so stupid.
It was ok I won’t see it agin just not for me I like the old one’s lot better
Very Slow...wait for the DVD!
this version should never have been made. extremely boring and not scary at all.
Horrible horrible waste of time and money
Worst movie I’ve ever seen... even thankskilling was a masterpiece compared to that and I hated HASHTAG HATED!! that movie
Need to learn to wait for Dvd release for this remakes of good scary Asian movies. no justice was done.
movie sucks, boring and it's not even scary.
The plot was boring and confusing. When it finally came to a close it just didn’t leave me feeling satisfied. Yes, I jumped a couple times but that’s the extent of entertainment value I got from the movie. I had high hopes since I loved the previous Grudge movies but left the theater feeling dissatisfied.
Better than the original but still very boring.
scary but ending was awful. ruined the movie.
I fell asleep, that's how bad it was.
This entry of the franchise was slow-paced, as 2004's Grudge is based on Kayako. This movie seemed to be an entirely different movie, as the vitality of "Kayako" was to be based on the introductory character and her family. Lastly, Kayako only appears a split-second cameo in the beginning as Toshio does not make an appearance at all. Finally, the movie did not meet expectations for myself and others had thought the movie was predictable in parts. In conclusion, the movie has it's flaws, but it is mediocre at best movie.
better than I thought. it was very interesting.
Movie was hot garbage
love scary movies...but... if you appreciate make up and effects then check it out but dont prepare yourself to jump off your seat.
Not even a rental, dosed off
Should rename The Snooze, or better yet “A Meth Heads Delusion”
It’s a good movie but only as good as a remake can be
very predictable, no concrete storyline, had a few moments where it was almost good smh ...
Wow, what a joke. I’d rather watch my grandma balance on one leg than see this pile of trash again.
Love the concept of remaking a good Japanese horror movie but this whole movie was completely horrible was not scary was to fast of a movie jumping everywhere on the timeline and didn’t really explain the whole concept of the grudge (the girl) and the ending completely sucked everyone in the audience stood in the chairs wondering if that was it cause it was horrible hated it.
Who every wrote this never watched or researched the grudge.
Way below average. Don't waste your money and time even if someone pays to you to watch
Nothing can compare to Takashi Shimizu's Ju-on or his remake, 2004's The Grudge, but if we have thave a reboot, this should be it. True to the original's rules but a different story with new characters, I enjoyed it. It was slow paced but creepy. Worth watching.
it was ok..
Wasn't great at all. Wait for it to come out on redbox it's only
Had potential to be better. But ending felt sudden and too many cuts and a few plot holes
So pissed I wasted my time!
It was just Alright. Not the greatest. Expected more since I loved the last 2 Grudge movies
that cliffhanger was so crucial lol don’t go watch unless ur bored and have nothing else to do
🤭😱SCARY AS HELL, BLOODY, GRAPHIC, ONE ☝🏾 OF THE BEST REMAKES I’VE SEEN!🙌🏾🙌🏾 ONLY DOWNSIDE WAS IT WAS MAD BLURRY🤦🏾♂️🤷🏾♂️🤬🤣 I DON’T KNOW IF THAT WAS HOW THE MOVIE 🎥 WAS SHOT OR WHAT👀🤦🏾♂️🤷🏾♂️🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤣
It was completely trash, unoriginal, waste of money.
Honestly I loved the past grudges but this one felt like they mashed up all the good scares from past movies and used them in this one, also it wasn’t scary and I’m so confused about the plot! Sadly walked out before it was finished T-T!
Better off staying at home
Skip it. It’s just not good.
Three films into his career, Pesce is batting below average: Last year, he dropped his inventive sophomore stunner, Piercing, and demonstrated range and precision not as evident in his hollow, unrepentantly nasty debut The Eyes of My Mother. With The Grudge, the worst proclivities of that movie override the sensibilities of Piercing and combine with studio horror’s “just play the hits” ethos, resulting in one of the year’s most unpleasant releases to date.
Nothing here is left to the imagination, Pesce running down the list of clichés and ensuring he includes every single one. Once the realization that this is yet another cheap-o retread settles in (about 10 minutes in), the rest becomes agonizingly painful to sit through.
Nearly devoid of scares for the casual horror consumer, it will likely elicit a respectful dismissal from genre connoisseurs: We get what you're trying to do, they might gently say to the filmmakers. It didn't work.