The Ringer

The Ringer

Pressured by a greedy uncle (Brian Cox) and a pile of debt, lovable loser Steve Barker (Knoxville) resorts to an unthinkable, contemptible, just-crazy-enough-to-work scheme. He pretends to be mentally challenged to rig the upcoming Special Olympics and bring home the gold. But when Steve's fellow competitors get wise to the con, they inspire him to rise to the greatest challenge of all: becoming a better person.

Steve Barker is just 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 Steve ends up taking part in one of the most morally dubious con games in history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Ringer torrent reviews

Irine W (ag) wrote: I didn't like this movie, it was very touching, but I expected more.

Rod S (ag) wrote: A very unnerving French thriller that definitely wears it's influences on it's sleeve. Although Lynch, Kubrick, Hitchcock and Bergman are probably staples in Director Dominik Moll's film school, it would be unfair to give him his own due credit for the fine thriller he has created. All performances are pitch perfect for the material, and their is thick tension guiding the viewer and the main character Alain Getty through the events portrayed. I am excited to see what the director has in store for his next film.

Ahmed M (es) wrote: The movie does a good job keeping the audience interested for the majority of the movie.

Amie L (gb) wrote: Great family movie....with a story line that touches hearts. It was great!!!!

Jamie M (it) wrote: Pretty good. I couldn't guess all the twists in this one, which is why it qualifies as a good movie!

Shaun B (gb) wrote: The pace and ideas behind the film should be lauded but the execution seems slightly off to the point where your mind may wander along the lines of "Kitano is dragging this one scene out too much, while he should have left the camera to linger longer on this point instead." It's not a violent film compared to most and it relies more on French New Wave aesthetics which both help and hinder everything including the ending.