‘The Grudge’ Becomes 20th Film to Receive an ‘F’ on CinemaScore

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‘The Grudge’ Becomes 20th Film to Receive an ‘F’ on CinemaScore
Sony/Screen Gems’ “The Grudge” has now joined an infamous list of movies by becoming the 20th film to receive an F in the CinemaScore audience poll.

Directed by Nicolas Pesce and produced by horror maven Sam Raimi, the film was an attempt to revive Takashi Shimizu’s famed horror series about the vengeful ghost of a woman who kills anyone who enters the home where she was murdered and spreads her curse to the various murder scenes. First released in 2002, Shimizu directed an American remake for Sony in 2004, the events of which occur alongside this new film starring Andrea Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho and Betty Gilpin.

But the film’s violent nature and inability to add anything new to the “Grudge” formula has resulted in it being panned by both audiences and critics.
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