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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011)

I was very impressed and moved by Thomas Horn's acting. He really inhabits the character of a troubled and grieving boy.

I made the mistake of checking comments at Imdb. I have to stop doing that. They are, on the whole, sickening.

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Eye of the Devil (1966)

tedious.

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The Fallen Idol (1948)

Bobby Henrey is very visible and very appealing. From info on the DVD Carol Reed had a hard job getting a performance out of the boy, but Reed was known to be incredibly patient and ingenious in working with kids.

It was interesting to me to see Ralph Richardson in such a kindly and benign role.

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Fan chan (2003)

Completely charming.

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Fanny och Alexander (1982)

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A Far Off Place (1993)

Not bad, but see 'Walkabout' for a much better treatment of this theme.

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Fear of the Dark (2002)

Predictable spook stuff but the boys do a good job.

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Finding Neverland (2004)

The boys are excellent, the whole cast is excellent. I confess I didn't know Johnny Depp was capable of such fine acting. Nick Roud as the oldest boy, George, caught my eye and specially roused my admiration. I hope he gets more screen roles; although I see from the DVD extras that his voice had already changed at premiere time. There seems to be a lot of that going around. :)

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Fireflies in the Garden (2008)

with all the scattershot editing and stunted character development and painfully piecing together just who is related to whom and how - I just could not give a damn about any of them.

And that saccharine ballad sung over the ending had me switching off the sound.

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First Kid (1996)

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Five Children and It (2004)

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Flight of the Navigator (1986)

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Flipper (1996)

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Fluke (1995)

Beautifully made but with a disappointingly hollow storyline. Max is radiantly boyish for the time that he appears. Those who fancy dogs more than boy actors should appreciate this more.

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La Fonte des Neiges (2009)

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Före stormen (2000)

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Forever Young (1992)

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Fortress (1985)

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Frailty (2001)

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Frankenweenie (1984)

Enjoyable, and typical of Tim Burton's dark and delightful stuff. But Barret Oliver was the main interest for me. There couldn't have been a cuter or more appealing little boy in the world at the time - except possibly for Lukas Haas.

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