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Ju-on 2 (2000)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery | 1 April 2004 (Thailand)
On his request, the sensitive sister of a real estate agent visits a house he intends to put on sell, only to cross paths with its resident curse.

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Takashi Shimizu

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Takashi Shimizu
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yûrei Yanagi Yûrei Yanagi ... Shunsuke Kobayashi (segment "Kayako")
Takako Fuji ... Kayako Saeki (segment "Kayako")
Takashi Matsuyama Takashi Matsuyama ... Takeo Saeki (segment "Kayako")
Ryôta Koyama Ryôta Koyama ... Toshio Saeki (segment "Kayako")
Yûko Daike ... Kyôko Suzuki (segment "Kyôko")
Makoto Ashikawa Makoto Ashikawa ... Tatsuya Suzuki (segment "Kyôko")
Tomohiro Kaku Tomohiro Kaku ... Nobuyuki Suzuki (segment "Kyôko")
Mayuko Saitô Mayuko Saitô ... Jimuin (segment "Kyôko")
Yue Yue ... Manami Kobayashi (segment "Kyôko")
Miyako Nakatsuka Miyako Nakatsuka ... Terebi Dorama no Joyû (segment "Kyôko")
Kenta Ishikawa Kenta Ishikawa ... Satô (segment "Kyôko")
Ganko Fuyu Ganko Fuyu ... Hashimoto (segment "Kyôko")
Kaori Fujii Kaori Fujii ... Yoshimi Kitada (segment "Tatsuya")
Hua Rong Weng Hua Rong Weng ... Hiroshi Kitada (segment "Tatsuya") (as Kaei Ô)
Taizô Mizumura Taizô Mizumura ... Taiji Suzuki (segment "Tatsuya")
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On his request, the sensitive sister of a real estate agent visits a house he intends to put on sell, only to cross paths with its resident curse.

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Horror | Mystery

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

1 April 2004 (Thailand) See more »

Also Known As:

Ju-on: The Curse 2 See more »

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Toei Video Company See more »
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1.33 : 1
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The oft-repeated claim that this movie was a direct-to-video release is false. Its world premiere was at the Box Higashi-Nakano theater in Higashi-Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo on Saturday 25 March 2000; it played there for seven consecutive nights. See more »

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Only 45 minutes of new material
23 July 2004 | by dbborroughsSee all my reviews

The first TV movie of Ju-on is one of the creepiest movies I've I've seen. This is considerably less so.

This film begins with a half an hour of material from the first film. While its good, it slows the forward momentum of this film especially if you watched the previous film in close order.

When the new material comes it picks up literally where the first leaves off and follows it to a new end. Some of this is good, but much, like the end, is good looking but rather confused and far from scary. Worse, the now linear story is too literal and doesn't leave enough to the mind.

If you need to know what happens after the first film ends, then by all means pick this up for viewing, however if it were up to me I'd just leave the first film be and forget this as a well intentioned mistake.

5 out of 10


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