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Ringu (1998)

First rate psychological horror.

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Riri Shushu no subete (2001)

Predictable rating from this old guy. This is a movie for younger, serious film buffs. For me, the movie as a whole makes a very strong argument against kids having access to internet chat rooms. And if I want to watch jerky, amateur camera action I will go to Youtube.

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The River Wild (1994)

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The River (1984)

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Road to Perdition (2002)

Riveting, but grim.

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The Road (2009)

From all the talk and reviews I knew I was in for a rough ride. But distressing as the film is, I was heartened by the genuine tenderness between the boy and his father. Kodi is beautiful and an incredible young actor. Viggo Mortensen was also impressive.

Now I just HAVE to see 'Let Me In.'

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Robby (1968)

A nice visual treat. The way it captures the sense of place you can almost feel the heat of the sun and warm saltwater around your feet.

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Rocket Gibraltar (1988)

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The Rocking Horse Winner (1949)

A modern gothic fairy tale that is eerie and compelling. J.H. Davies is appealing and very convincing as the driven, pathetic youngster. He was a fine young actor.

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Room (2015)

Aside from his very cute looks, Jacob is a very good actor; here he is allowed to play every mood from bratty to terrified. (He sort of reminds me of Gordon Gebert from Holiday Affair (1949) )

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Room for One More (1952)

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Roveh Huliot (1979)

The story has some power. It is very hard to be detached and objective about Arik Rosen.

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A Rumor of Angels (2002)

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Runaway (2009)

"Oliver Twist for our own era." Hm.

Well, at least they didn't throw a lot of F bombs into it.

Some fine acting jobs and the boys are great.

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Running on Empty (1988)

River was exceptional in this.

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Rushmore (1998)

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Saint Ralph (2004)

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Salaam Bombay! (1988)

Moved my rating up a notch, having seen it on DVD. Wonderful, powerful film.

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The Sandlot (1993)

A wonderful assortment of charismatic boys! Tom Guiry won my heart in this one.

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The Sandlot 3 (2007)

A notch below Sandlot 1 but still enjoyable. Ryan Drescher is a real treat.

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