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The Grudge 1Karen Davis, an American Nurse, moves to Tokyo and exposes to a mysterious supernatural curse is revenge and often has its victims. A series of horrible death and the mystery begins to happen. Karen must now find a way to break this spell, before she becomes its next victim.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Grudge 1"Takashi ShimizuBirthdate: 27 July 1972, Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Creators of "The Grudge 1"Stephen SuscoTakashi ShimizuBirthdate: 27 July 1972, Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Critic Reviews of "The Grudge 1"James Berardinelli ReelViewsNovember 06, 2004
Generally speaking, I like a little more plot with my 'Boo!' moments.Richard Roeper Ebert & RoeperOctober 26, 2004
It's no more impressive than hiding in the dark and shouting 'Boo!' when someone walks into a room.Michael O'Sullivan Washington PostOctober 22, 2004
It's just not the kind of frightening that stays with you very long, unless of course someone decides to make the same movie . . . yet again.Stephen Hunter Washington PostOctober 22, 2004
It's enough to send you home with jiggly knees and a tummy ache.Geoff Pevere Toronto StarOctober 22, 2004
Almost every single one of the American characters has maybe a third of the personality of the ghosts that haunt them, so you begin to think the grudge itself is less a curse than a perfectly reasonable eviction strategy.Jeff Shannon Seattle TimesOctober 22, 2004
It's refreshing to see a PG-13 horror film that aims for good old-fashioned spookiness.Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema CrazedApril 13, 2014
Completely misses the point of the original.Nell Minow Common Sense MediaDecember 28, 2010
Grisly ghost story lacks plot; not for tweens.Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton Dread CentralJune 25, 2009
[Blu Ray] Only the hi-def obsessed should double-dip for this one, DVD owners can still sit pretty.Rob Gonsalves eFilmCritic.comFebruary 14, 2008
...just cannibalizes itself, exploiting Japanese spirituality for a few Saturday-night shocks...Joseph Proimakis Movies for the MassesOctober 03, 2006
full review in GreekPeter T. Chattaway Christianity TodaySeptember 25, 2006
As a pure, light, PG-13 thrill machine, The Grudge is fairly successful. But it is not especially memorable.
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