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Abstract - The Grudge is a movie starring Tara Westwood, Junko Bailey, and David Lawrence Brown. A house is cursed by a vengeful ghost that dooms those who enter it with a violent death
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The grudge 2. The Grudge Theatrical release poster Directed by Nicolas Pesce Produced by Sam Raimi Rob Tapert Taka Ichise Screenplay by Nicolas Pesce Story by Jeff Buhler Based on Ju-On: The Grudge by Takashi Shimizu Starring Andrea Riseborough Demián Bichir John Cho Betty Gilpin Lin Shaye Jacki Weaver Music by The Newton Brothers  Cinematography Zachary Galler Edited by Gardner Gould Ken Blackwell Production companies Screen Gems  Stage 6 Films  Ghost House Pictures  Distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing  Release date January 3, 2020 (United States) Running time 94 minutes  Country United States Language English Budget $10–14 million  Box office $40. 4 million   The Grudge is a 2020 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Nicolas Pesce, and produced by Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Taka Ichise. At first announced as a reboot of the 2004 American remake and the original Japanese horror film Ju-On: The Grudge, the film ended up being a sidequel that takes place during and after the events of the 2004 film and its sequels,  and is the fourth installment in the American The Grudge film series. The film stars Andrea Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye, and Jacki Weaver, and follows a police officer who investigates several murders that are seemingly connected to a single house. A sequel was announced in 2011, with a release date of 2013 or 2014. In March 2014, it was officially announced that a reboot was in the works, with Jeff Buhler set to write the script. In July 2017, filmmaker Nicolas Pesce was hired for rewrites, based on Buhler's script, and to direct the film. Principal photography on the film began on May 7, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and finished on June 23, 2018. The Grudge was released in the United States on January 3, 2020, by Sony Pictures Releasing. The film has grossed $40 million worldwide and received generally negative reviews from critics, who described it as "dull" and "derivative".  Plot [ edit] Much like the original films, the film is told in a non-chronological order through several different storylines. The following events are explained in the actual order, but this is not the order they are shown in the film. The Landers Family [ edit] In 2004, live-in nurse Fiona Landers leaves a house in Tokyo, disturbed by events she has witnessed inside. Fiona informs her co-worker Yoko that she is returning to America before encountering the ghost of Kayako Saeki. Fiona arrives at her home on 44 Reyburn Drive in a small town in Pennsylvania, reuniting with her husband Sam and young daughter Melinda. Kayako's curse, however, possesses Fiona, causing her to bludgeon Sam and drown Melinda to death before committing suicide by stabbing herself in her throat. Detectives Goodman and Wilson investigate the murders. Unsettled by the house, Goodman refuses to enter it while Wilson enters to scope out the scene. Upon exiting, Wilson slowly starts to lose his sanity and eventually becomes hysterical when he spots Fiona's ghost outside Goodman's car; after which he attempts to commit suicide by shooting himself, but is unsuccessful. This leaves Wilson with a disfigured face and committed to a psychiatric asylum while Goodman stops looking into the case. The Spencers [ edit] Shortly after the Landers are murdered, but before anyone discovers their deaths, real estate agents Peter and Nina Spencer learn that their unborn child will most likely be born with a rare genetic disorder ALD, distressing the pair. Peter goes to look into selling 44 Reyburn Drive and stumbles across Melinda's ghost, presuming her to be a lost girl, who is bleeding profusely from her nose. While on the phone with Peter, Nina agrees that they should keep their child. Peter is attacked by Fiona and Melinda's ghosts before fleeing the house and is quickly corrupted by the curse. The possessed Peter returns to his home, where he kills Nina and their unborn child before he is drowned in the bathtub. The Mathesons [ edit] In 2005, elderly couple Faith and William Matheson move into the house. Faith suffers from dementia and a terminal illness. After moving in Faith is infected by the curse and starts to see Melinda around the house. Her sanity rapidly declines, causing William to call over Lorna Moody, an assisted suicide consultant. Disturbed, Lorna suggests to William that they leave the house but William reveals that he is aware of the ghosts and suggests that it implies a future where people get to be with their loved ones after death. Lorna later discovers that Faith has killed William and has sliced off her own fingers. Lorna flees in horror only to be attacked by Sam's ghost in her car which crashes, killing her. Muldoon [ edit] In 2006, rookie detective Muldoon moves to town with her son Burke following her husband's death from cancer. Muldoon along with Goodman, her new partner, are called to the woods where Lorna's corpse has been discovered. Goodman becomes uncomfortable when they learn that Lorna had been visiting 44 Reyburn Drive. Noticing this, Muldoon questions him, and he reveals his suspicion that the house is cursed, and states he wants nothing to do with it. Muldoon goes to the house, discovering a disoriented Faith and William's corpse. Faith is taken to a hospital, where she sees Melinda and throws herself off a staircase landing, committing suicide. As Muldoon continues her research into the case, she is haunted by the ghosts of the Landers. She visits Wilson in the asylum, who tells her that all people who enter the house will become victims of the curse. Wilson then gouges out his eyes so he can stop seeing the ghosts. Fearful that the curse may make her hurt her son, Muldoon confides in Goodman and learns that the curse began with a family in Japan; Fiona is the one who brought it abroad. After she is attacked by the Landers' ghosts again, Muldoon goes to the house and douses it in gasoline as she sees visions of how Fiona murdered her family. She is tricked into seeing Burke, however she realizes it isn't really him after he fails to repeat a phrase the two of them use regularly. The house burns to the ground as Muldoon embraces her real son outside. Some time later, Muldoon hugs Burke before he leaves for school, only to see another Burke leave the house. The "Burke" she is hugging is revealed to be Melinda. Muldoon is dragged away by Fiona's ghost leaving her fate unknown. The credits roll over a silent shot of Muldoon's new home; the same home where the Spencers died and now a new extension of the curse. International ending [ edit] After Muldoon burns the house to the ground, she sees Burke watching her. Sometime later, the pair are driving on a road toward a new home. As they pull into the driveway of the house formerly owned by the Spencers and enter, the credits begin rolling.  Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] A fourth installment of the American The Grudge film series was first announced in August 2011, to be developed by Ghost House Pictures and Mandate Pictures.  It was also announced that the film was set to be a reboot, though it was not confirmed whether the film would be a theatrical release or direct-to-video like The Grudge 3.  In November 2011, Roy Lee, who was an executive producer of the previous three films, revealed that the producers were still undecided on what the fourth installment would entail. According to Lee, they were still "hearing takes from writers on what they could bring to the table on what their thoughts are on a new version".  On March 20, 2014,  it was announced that Jeff Buhler had been hired to write the script,  and that the film would be produced by Ghost House Pictures and Good Universe.   Buhler stated in April that the film would not involve the 2004 film or any of the Japanese Ju-On films. Instead it would introduce new ghosts, characters, and mythology. Buhler also clarified that although the mythology would be pushed forward, they would try to keep the "concept and spirits" of the films.  It was also reported that the character of Kayako Saeki, who had been central to the previous three installments, would be absent from the reboot.  In early July 2017,  it was announced Nicolas Pesce  had been hired as director and that he would be rewriting Buhler's draft of the script.   Pesce has stated that it would be "[much] darker, grittier, and more realistic".  Star Lin Shaye stated, "What will make it really different is [Nicolas] Pesce, who is the writer/director, who is extraordinary. I mean he's a real visionary. I had a phenomenal time working with him. He was very open to my ideas, which he told me he never is. He said, I don't usually let actors do what they want. He said, But in your case, there were no rules. I was inspired. The ideas I came up with were inspired by what he was creating. And he acknowledged that and allowed it. "  In March 2018, it was announced that Andrea Riseborough would star in the film.  Later, it was announced that Demián Bichir had also joined the cast, and that filming was set to start in May 2018.  John Cho and Lin Shaye were added to the cast in March 2018,  and in April 2018, Jacki Weaver, Betty Gilpin, William Sadler, and Frankie Faison also signed on.  Principal photography began on May 7, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and ended on June 23, 2018.   Additional photography and reshoots took place in June 2019.  Release [ edit] The Grudge was released by Sony Pictures Releasing on January 3, 2020.  Marketing [ edit] In October 2019, the first trailer was released.  In December 2019, a follow-up red band trailer was released.  Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] As of January 30, 2020, The Grudge has grossed $20. 9 million in the United States and Canada, and $19. 5 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $40. 4 million, against a production budget of $10 million.   In the United States and Canada, The Grudge was projected to gross $11-15 million from 2, 642 theaters in its opening weekend.  The film made $5. 4 million on its first day, including $1. 8 million from Thursday night previews. It went on to debut to $11. 4 million, finishing fifth and marking the lowest opening of any U. S. theatrical film in the series.  The film fell 69% in its second weekend to $3. 5 million, finishing eleventh.  Critical response [ edit] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, The Grudge has an approval rating of 21% based on 101 reviews, with an average rating of 4. 14/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Dull and derivative, the rebooted Grudge wastes a talented cast and filmmaker on watered-down scares that may leave viewers nursing grievances of their own. "  On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 41 out of 100, based on 27 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".  Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a rare average grade of "F" on an A+ to F scale, while those at PostTrak gave it an average 0. 5 out of 5 stars.  Writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, Mick LaSalle said the film was all premise and no development, adding, "I saw this movie in the middle of the day, having had a great night's sleep, and I had to slap myself awake a few times. "  Variety ' s Owen Gleiberman called the film "a reboot of a remake of a film that wasn't all that scary to begin with", and wrote, " The Grudge plods on as if it were something more than formula gunk, cutting back and forth among the thinly written unfortunates who've been touched by the curse of that house. "  Nick Allen of gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, saying that it is "often as nasty as you want it to be, its cheesy jump-scares and generic packaging be damned".  Chris Evangelista of SlashFilm wrote, "There's plenty of grisly stuff here, and a lot of it is done practically, which might entice some gorehounds. But that can only go so far. Pesce's The Eyes of My Mother has ten times less gore than this and still managed to be ten times as scary. Here's hoping he gets back to making something like that, and soon. " Kate Erbland of IndieWire wrote, "Brief moments of brilliance, including a riveting performance by Riseborough and a number of gorgeous frames, only shine with momentary appeal before the whole thing slips back into vapidity and convention. " The New York Times ' Ben Kenigsberg said, "The remake remains cursed by a fatally hokey concept. " Richard Whittaker of The Austin Chronicle wrote, "An upper-tier addition to a long running horror franchise that arguably deserves better than a January release. " Noel Murray of The Los Angeles Times wrote, "This is not a 'fun' horror picture. It's about miseries both supernatural and mundane. And, yes, it's scary. Pesce's art-film roots are evident in the movie’s slow-burn first hour. But in the final third, The Grudge piles on the explicit gore and jump scares — all leading to a final scene and final shot as terrifying as anything in the original series. If the angry, vengeful 'Ju-On' ghosts must endure, they might as well be deployed by someone who knows how to make their attacks bruising. " Future [ edit] In September 2019, The Grudge director Nicolas Pesce expressed interest in a crossover film between The Grudge and the American The Ring film series, which was done for the first time in 2016 with Sadako vs. Kayako.  In January 2020, Pesce expressed further interest in a sequel being set in both a different part of the world than America or Japan, and in a different "less contemporary" time period compared to previous films.  See also [ edit] List of ghost films References [ edit] ^ "The Newton Brothers Scoring Nicolas Pesce's 'The Grudge' Reboot". September 24, 2019. 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"EXCLUSIVE: John Cho's 'The Grudge' Reboot Getting Four Days of Additional Photography Starting June 3rd - GWW".. Retrieved December 17, 2019. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (January 28, 2019). "Screen Gems' Grudge Reboot Will Now Scare In 2020". Retrieved February 12, 2019. ^ Schaefer, Sandy (October 28, 2019). "The Grudge Trailer Teases Sony's R-Rated Horror Movie Reboot". Retrieved October 28, 2019. ^ Miska, Brad (December 10, 2019). "Bloody 'The Grudge' Red Band Trailer Gives Us a Gruesome New Look at Next Year's Rated "R" Reboot".. Retrieved December 31, 2019. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (January 2, 2020). " ' Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker' Has A Happy New Year & Shoots Past $400M; 'The Grudge' Previews Tonight". Retrieved January 2, 2020. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (January 12, 2020). " ' 1917' Strong With $36M+, But 'Like A Boss' & 'Just Mercy' Fighting Over 4th With $10M; Why Kristen Stewart's 'Underwater' Went Kerplunk With $6M+". Retrieved January 12, 2020. ^ "The Grudge (2020)". 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What Grudge consistently did wrong after the 2006 original was fail to give the protagonist any real hope for survival. That gets old, fast. We know there's a curse. Great. What do we do to fix it? Spend the last days of our lives running around with our mouths open, standing there in a stupor when we see someone about to cause us great bodily harm. *eyeroll. I did not care about any of the character back stories. It was cliché and predictable. Yeah they had all new CGI effects. Yeah they had better acting than other sequels. But ultimately it's just the same Hollywood garbage with a shiny new package. Stop remaking movies. Start coming up with original concepts. The grudge original. The grudge 2020 trailer. The grudge game. This is scientifically proven that storm troopers miss 67% of their shots.
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