Okay, so ... the video tape kills people? Or ... what? I found the first English-language installment of The Ring to be absolutely unintelligible, but that didn't dissuade millions of moviegoers from laying down their cash. Fortunately, I guess, the sequel is no more comprehensible, for as Roger Ebert writes, "The charm of The Ring Two, while limited, is real enough; it is based on the film's ability to make absolutely no sense, while nevertheless generating a real enough feeling of tension a good deal of the time." Variety thinks it will take the majority of the weekend box office, and they're probably right.