A Quality Production, with a Decent Cast, but a Poor Progression of the Plot.
There are other movies out there that assign super-powers to people who have been victims of horrible deeds.
This film asserts that the victim had some sort of variety of power prior to their tragedy.
There are some twists that help the movie to peak, every so often, but the power scaling becomes so unmanageable that, at some point, its easy to lose interest.
For one, injustice is not a good enough reason to give anybody the power to take life from multiple strangers.
That's what we call a plot-hole, and it's a pretty big one.
When you think about it, this is basically one of those movies that is saying "What If" this unstoppable force existed, and we showed everybody failing to deal with it.
Ooh! Scary Stuff!
"What if" there was a Mustard Bottle in a Diner, and anyone who opened the lid, was doomed to only crave mustard for the rest of their lives.
OHHHH THE HORROR!
So, what if a girl with Evil Psycho-Kinetic Powers was pushed down a well by her parents, but not even death could stop her!
Okay, well then what's the point of making a movie about it, if she can't be stopped?
It's an interesting Twilight Zone episode, I'll give you that, but you can't base an entire movie around people failing to unstoppable forces.
That's just Boring, and it's also not based on a Universe where Justice exists, if you can't do anything to counter the malevolent force.
When it comes to that, it's almost like Rape.
Seriously, if you present your viewer with an Evil force that they can't get away from, doesn't that feel like Rape?
You can't base your plot in a Logical Universe, and decide to break the rules whenever you like, just because you think it'll be fun to constantly lead on your audience.
Anyways, all the QQ aside, it's an entertaining movie, but the ending, as with many movies unfortunately, is also very poor, and disappointing.
Now, I'm going to watch the second Ring movie, so I gotta go! (LoL)
A person could last A LOT longer than 7-days in a well.