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    The Ringer

    Steve Barker is justĀ trying to do the right thing, he's seriously in debt and he wants to erase it. In order to do it, he poses as a contestant to rig the Special Olympics. But SteveĀ ends up taking part in one of the most morally dubious con games in history.
    Duration: 94 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2005
    IMDb: 5.8
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  • Actors of "The Ringer"

  • Characters of "The Ringer"

    Steve Barker. Character of The Ringer
    Gary Barker. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Brian Cox
    Lynn Sheridan. Character of The Ringer
    Glen. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Jed Rees
    Thomas. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Bill Chott
    Billy. Character of The Ringer
    Mark. Character of The Ringer
    Winston. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Geoffrey Arend
    Rudy. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: John Taylor
    Stavi. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Luis Avalos
    Jimmy. Character of The Ringer
    David Patrick. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Zen Gesner
    Steve Levy. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Steve Levy
    Michael. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Alcides Dias
    Paulie. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Mike Cerrone
    Frankie. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Terry Funk
    Karen. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Janna Ambort
    Matt. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Bo Kane
    Dr. Ahmed. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Mohammad Ahmed
    Mr. Henderson. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Brad Leland
    Priest. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: John Rothman
    Yolie. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Nicole Bradley
    Elliot. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Sean Gildea
    Brandi. Character of The Ringer
    Sally. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Ruth N. Straw
    Olympic Official. Character of The Ringer
    Mailroom Guy. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Hugo Perez
    Girl in Wheelchair. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Diana Heart
    Starter. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: J.D. Stahr
    Heidi. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Heidi B. Bush
    Kara. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Kara Rastrelli
    Sandman. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Troy Jackson
    Bryan Dilbeck. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Bryan Dilbeck
    Carlos Sierra. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Carlos Sierra
    Closs. Character of The Ringer
    Susan. Character of The Ringer
    Played by: Meagan Flynn
  • Directors of "The Ringer"

    Barry W. Blaustein. Director of The Ringer
    Barry W. Blaustein
    Birthdate: 1955
  • Creators of "The Ringer"

    Ricky Blitt. Director of The Ringer
    Ricky Blitt
  • Critic Reviews of "The Ringer"

    Salon.com
    January 06, 2006

    The Ringer, for all its glaring flaws, pulls the rug out from under us.

    Ebert & Roeper
    January 04, 2006

    It's just so predictable.

    Village Voice
    December 28, 2005

    An uncomfortable intermingling of message movie and gross-out comedy, a sporadically funny vehicle that indicts its audience for laughing. Come on, guys. You can't have your fun and eat it too.

    Toronto Star
    December 27, 2005

    The worthwhile bits are few and far between. In the rush to avoid exploiting the athletes, the filmmakers have stuck it to the audience instead. Not funny.

    Seattle Times
    December 27, 2005

    Predictable and unconvincing as romantic comedy, the movie is surprisingly sweet and funny whenever Steve is hanging out with his fellow Special Olympics players.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    December 27, 2005

    As in the best Special Olympics events, everyone finds a way to win.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    Hits all the right notes in comedy, light down to Earth drama, and a resulting tasteful comedy that's worth watching.

    Film Journal International
    March 01, 2007

    A good-natured comedy that isn't particularly interesting or, for that matter, very funny.

    Reel Film Reviews
    May 27, 2006

    ...a whole lot better than one might've expected.

    7M Pictures
    May 25, 2006

    my biggest complaint about the film is that it was too soft

    Urban Cinefile
    April 22, 2006

    It's a bold idea, taking mental handicap as a backdrop for a story about a man's growing up, but this film chickens out as soon as it begins. Nothing is real, nothing is at risk.

    Cinema em Cena
    April 09, 2006

    Knoxville nĆ£o Ć© um grande ator, mas o filme Ć© suficientemente divertido (ainda que nĆ£o engraƧado) e tem um bom coraĆ§Ć£o.

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