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Be careful what you watch! After popping a video tape into her VCR player, Katie (Amber Tamblyn) receives a a mysterious phone call telling her she has only seven days to live. A week later her Aunt (Naomi Watts) is asked to investigate the young girl's sudden death.
Why Is The Ring Rated PG-13?
The Ring is rated PG-13 for thematic elements, disturbing images, language and some drug references.
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Movies will often play homage to other films. If you have seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window you will recognize the sequence where Rachel waits on her apartment balcony, peering into the windows of her neighbors. (The filmmakers even included a man in a wheelchair with a broken leg!) For other scary flics, check out The Others and The Sixth Sense.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Details on home video releases of The Ring...
The Ring releases to home video on September 11, 2002. There are no special features included.