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Sadako 3D 2 2013 123movies

Sadako 3D 2 2013 123movies

The girl is born.Aug. 30, 201396 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Fuko Ando (Miori Takimoto) is a 24-years-old graduate student in psychology. She is tasked to take care of her 4-year-old niece. Soon, mysterious events occur around her niece. She then learns of an incident involving a cursed video that took place 5 years earlier. Fuko Ando finds herself involved with the cursed video.
Plot: Five years have passed since the events of Sadako 3D. Akane is pregnant with a child with her boyfriend Takenori. However, Akane dies after giving birth to her daughter. When Takenori’s sister Fuko takes up the task of caring for Akane’s daughter, the infamous cursed video resurfaces. During her investigation, Fuko learns about the legend of Sadako’s daughter…
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Better then Sadako (2012)
I was not really looking forward to this, at al.

As I hated Sadako 3D (2012). it was one of the worst Ring movies ever, so bad, it was not scary or creepy. it was cheesy!

Thankfully this sequel was nothing like the first movie, I really enjoyed it.

The start of the movie, opening scene actually made me jump, A little.

Fuko Ando who is 24 years old is. She is told to take care of her 4- year-old niece.

Then strange things start to happen around the niece, anyone that upset her or she looks at anyone with the her stare, they end up dead, there death, which are made to look like they kiled themself’s .

First death was really well done and looked really nasty but not gory, some of other death scenes seem a little silly.

Fuko Ando seeing the drawing that her niece as done and then start to get scared of her. as all her drawing, seem to be come true.

(Fuko is also having trouble with her own pass and she keeps getting nightmares of her mother suicide ,when she was a little girl and she blames her self for that.)

I loved train scenes, that one of hell of crazy scenes, loved every second of that scene.

Fuko soon discovers what Akane as been hiding form her for last 5 years and she is shocked.

There are few surprises here and there, to give you little shocks, Which dose work, I loved it, decent plot.

So much better then the first movie, better story, not over of the top with the 3D effects, Not at all cheeses liked the last one.

I found one part of the movie, a little creepy at times but not all the time.

It felt more like a drama near the end of the but one thing that annoyed me, there were far too many dream scenes.

The acting was very decent, the effect were really good!

6 out of 10

Review By: atinder Rating: 6 Date: 2014-03-12
Although Satisfyingly Creepy, Sadako 2’s Directionality and Peculiarity may Leave some Audiences Perplexed
The opening of Sadako 2 is certainly memorable. Silence fills the scene, before an explosion of noise shocks the viewer, the proceeding ambiance being as splendid as it is morbid, the scene concluding with an unexpected deliverance of terror during a moment that is often affiliated with beauty. Although many of the visuals, including a beach side setting, a peculiar basement facility, a spiral staircase and a stadium are exceptionally beautiful, and the effects are just as lavish in their execution, it is the sound that is especially powerful. The themes by Kenji Kawai offers a sense of ancientness and modernity, mystery and suspense, while the sounds of the environment, and those from the ghostly and monstrous aspirations, really accentuate the terror into life, and is of beneficial assistance during the well directed jump scares.

Despite their articulation, the scares infrequently appear traditional for a Ringu film, and despite their uniqueness in this particular franchise, viewers would have previously witnessed similar instances in other films, Case 31 and Boogeyman 3 being very obvious comparisons.

Despite the original Sadako being rumored to be the last in the Ringu franchise, clearly, much like with other series’, producers, writers and directors alike don’t enjoy bringing an end to something that still contains some semblance of life. For those of us who have seen Ringu 0 and Ringu 2, we know Sadako is a character who is equally deserving of our sympathy, as well as our fear, though, much like its predecessor, Sadako 2 paints our favorite long haired specter as an antagonist only, refusing to provide new audiences with the opportunity to see Sadako in her entirety. This leads to my next point – Sadako herself. Although characters occasionally talk about her, the screen time that Sadako is provided could be measured in seconds, rather than minutes, the primary focus of the feature being the child that she is believed to have brought into our world.

Miori Takimoto portrays Fuko (I wouldn’t be surprised if, when translated, Fuko means gorgeous in Japanese, because Ms. Takimoto is a dreamboat on the ocean of purest beauty), a young woman whose charge is her niece, Nagi (Kokoro Hirasawa), a four year old girl who appears as cute as she is creepy. The daughter of Akane (Satomi Ishihara – whose role is unfortunately miniscule) and Fuko’s brother, Takanori (Koji Seto), both of whom were the protagonists of the last feature, Akane’s bizarre disappearance after Nagi’s birth, and Takanori’s absence, which is guaranteed not to win him any awards at the father of the year ceremony, leave Fuko alone in a situation that gradually becomes more dangerous.

Wherever Nagi goes, strange and violent deaths occur, an obvious question being, is Nagi responsible, or is she just a conduit for another character’s rage? Although some of the deaths could be attributed to vengeance, others appear to be randomly selected, and without any obvious incentive or motivational cause, the unjustifiable slaughter seems to make little sense. Investigating these obscure deaths is metropolitan police detective Kakiuchi (Takeshi Onishi), who appears to be sheltering ulterior motives, while characters from the previous Sadako, including former detective Koiso (Ryosei Tayama) and the psychopathic Kiyoshi (Yusuke Yamamoto) provide support to some of the new cast members.

Although Fuko’s heart is in the right place, on several occasions her character appears ignorant, in that she is provided instructional advice, yet does the opposite of what she is told, which can lead to predictable consequences. Towards the end, the film becomes alarmingly quick – it seems we are only in the middle of the story when the climax is thrust upon us without warning or explanation. Moreover, as the feature continues, some of the scenes defy rational explanation, this, coupled with the unanswered questions at the film’s conclusion, will inevitably force audiences to, on more than one occasion, suspend their disbelief. Besides this, the contradictory storyline, which could be perceived as being deliberately orchestrated to provide audiences with multiple twists and turns, is neither well developed or intellectually surprising, viewers often being led to believe one thing, then another, then another, to the point it appears even the film’s developers were uncertain of the directionality they wanted the plot to take, this continuing all the way to the film’s anti-climatic finish.

Despite this, the themes, which include family, suicide and abandonment are well conceived, while the acting is professionally delivered, one scene in particular being emotionally beautiful. Although Sadako 2 is far creepier than its predecessor, some of the film’s disturbing moments being sure to impact the audience, the storyline and imagery, that occasionally appears illogical, while adjunctively resembling certain fairy tales, may cause audiences to wonder what hallucinogenic substance Sadako has been smoking in that well of hers.

Review By: totalovrdose Rating: 7 Date: 2015-06-03

Other Information:

Original Title 貞子3D 2
Release Date 2013-08-30
Release Year 2013

Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror
Director Tsutomu Hanabusa
Writer Kôji Suzuki, Daisuke Hosaka, Noriaki Sugihara
Actors Miori Takimoto, Kôji Seto, Kokoro Hirasawa
Country Japan
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Sadako 3D 2 2013 123movies
Original title 貞子3D 2
TMDb Rating 5 36 votes

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