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Beautiful Loser (2008)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 2008 (USA)
His parents named him Reginald Regineld. His friends call him "Ditto." At the age of eleven he decided he wasn't going to do anything with his life. And that was going pretty well until ... See full summary »

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Tracy (Teenage)
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Reggie (Adult)
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Morgan - Adult
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Bonnie (Teenage) (as Caker Folley)
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Dennice (teenage)
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Morgan (teenage)
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Diego (teenage)
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Sharon Dolan
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His parents named him Reginald Regineld. His friends call him "Ditto." At the age of eleven he decided he wasn't going to do anything with his life. And that was going pretty well until senior year when he saw Tracy. This wasn't so much love at first sight as much as it was "completely-head-over-heels-gonna-get-her-at-any-price-even-if-I-make-a-complete-fool-of-myself" love at first sight. And it would burn for decades. Whether she loved him or not. Written by anonymous

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What would you give for a second chance?

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Comedy | Drama

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Reggie: The way I see it, nobody ever really dies. We just reach a point in our lives where we've done all we can do or all we're willing to do. Once we've peaked, that's it. That's how we spend eternity.
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O Holy Night
English words by John Sullivan Dwight (uncredited), French lyrics by Placide Cappeau de Roquemaure (uncredited) and music by Adolphe Adam (uncredited)
[Incorrectly credited as Traditional]
Arranged by David E. Joyce & William Belote
Performed by Keith David
Courtesy of Premamoy Music & Radio Willstar Music
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Endearing, if odd take, on a familiar subject
14 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

the festival program description made it sound like a normal, everyday coming of age story with a group of friends who look back on life and wonder how it all went wrong. i don't want to spoil it, and the a lot of the movie is like that, but then again its not. but it worked for me, especially the spiritual scenes which were touching.

the acting is wonderful. with two actors for each main character (one a teenager, the counterpart around forty) the friendship between the 3 main characters was strong. you really felt they'd known each other all this time and it was nice how they looked after one another.

my favorite scenes were between young Reggie (Gordo from Lizzie Maguire) and Tracy, the love of his life, and way out of his league. He was a little obnoxious and sad, but always endearing. you do hope he wins her.


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