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Rings is a 2017 American supernatural horror film directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez and written by David Loucka, Jacob Estes and Akiva Goldsman. It is the third and final film in the American remake series of the Japanese Ring films, following The Ring (2002) and The Ring Two (2005). The film stars Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki, Vincent D'Onofrio, Aimee Teegarden and Bonnie Morgan as Samara.


The film follows a young woman who tries to save her boyfriend from a cursed video that kills the viewer seven days after watching it. She discovers a hidden layer within the video that reveals a dark secret about Samara's origins and her connection to a mysterious cult.

Plot Summary

Julia (Lutz) is a college student who is worried about her boyfriend Holt (Roe) when he stops contacting her after moving to another city. She finds out that he has joined a group of students led by Professor Gabriel (Galecki), who are studying a mysterious video that is said to kill the watcher seven days after viewing it. Holt has watched the video and is waiting for his death.

Julia decides to watch the video herself to save Holt and receives a phone call from Samara (Morgan), the vengeful ghost of a young girl who was drowned by her adoptive mother. Julia notices that her copy of the video has some differences from the original one and realizes that there is a hidden message within it. She and Holt travel to Samara's birthplace, a small town called Sacrament Valley, where they meet Burke (D'Onofrio), a blind man who claims to be Samara's biological father.

Burke reveals that Samara was born with a supernatural power that allowed her to burn images into people's minds. He also says that he belonged to a cult that worshipped Samara as a prophet, but they turned against her when she started killing them with her power. He locked her in the basement of a church and tried to kill her with a circular saw, but she escaped and was later adopted by another family.

Julia and Holt find the church where Samara was imprisoned and discover a hidden chamber containing a skeleton of a pregnant woman, who was Samara's biological mother Evelyn (Carter). They realize that Evelyn tried to kill Samara before she was born, but failed and died during childbirth. They also find a projector that shows them the original video, which is actually a recording of Samara's visions.

Julia decides to free Samara's spirit by cremating her remains, but Burke stops them and reveals that he wants to keep Samara's power for himself. He attacks them and tries to take Julia's copy of the video, but Holt intervenes and knocks him out. Julia and Holt escape from the church and set fire to Samara's corpse, hoping to end the curse.

However, they soon discover that Samara has transferred herself into Julia's phone and has uploaded her video to the internet, spreading the curse to millions of people. Julia also sees a vision of Samara pushing Evelyn into a well, implying that she killed her own mother. The film ends with Julia's phone ringing, indicating that Samara is still alive and seeking revenge.

Critical Reception

Rings received mostly negative reviews from critics and audiences alike. It holds an 8% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 116 reviews, with an average rating of 3.1/10. The website's critical consensus reads: \"Rings may offer ardent fans of the franchise a few threadbare thrills, but for everyone else, it may feel like an endless loop of muddled mythology and rehashed plot points.\"

On Metacritic, the film has a score of 25 out of 100 based on 30 critics, indicating \"generally unfavorable reviews\". The audience score on the same site is 2.9 out of 10 based on over 10,000 ratings. Some of the common criticisms of the film were its lack of originality, its poor acting and writing, its inconsistent tone and its illogical plot twists.

Some critics also compared the film unfavorably to the original Japanese Ring films and the previous American remakes, saying that it failed to capture the same atmosphere of dread and suspense. Some fans of the franchise also expressed their disappointment with the film, saying that it ruined the legacy of Samara and the cursed video.

Box Office Performance

Rings was released on February 3, 2017 in the United States and Canada, along with other countries. It was originally scheduled to be released in 2015, but was delayed several times due to reshoots and post-production issues. The film had a production budget of $25 million and was expected to earn around $15 million in its opening weekend. However, it performed below expectations and only grossed $13 million in its debut, placing second behind Split. The film dropped 55% in its second weekend and ended its theatrical run with a domestic total of $27.8 million. It also earned $55.4 million from international markets, for a worldwide total of $83.2 million. The film was considered a box office flop, as it failed to recoup its production and marketing costs.


Rings is a disappointing sequel to the American remake series of the Japanese Ring films. It offers little in terms of scares, suspense, or originality, and instead relies on recycled plot elements, clichéd characters, and cheap jump scares. It also adds unnecessary and confusing details to the mythology of Samara and the cursed video, which diminishes their impact and mystery. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics and audiences alike, and was a commercial failure at the box office. Rings is a film that should have never been made, as it tarnishes the reputation of a once-great horror franchise.


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