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The Ringo Bingo Kid (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | Video 18 December 2007
For David growing up in a Northern California town, and living with his grandmother is not an easy task, his best friends don't want to hand with him, and his grades are down. In short his ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
David Rice ...
Bryan
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Rainbow
Kyle Sanders ...
Oliver
Skyler Graham ...
Carlito
Stephen James Rice ...
Bully
Kat Steel ...
Richard's Girlfriend
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Miss Pretty (as Lauren Nightingale)
Joel Fisk ...
Richard
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Older David
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Older Bryan
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Older Oliver
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Older Carlito
Michele Tannen ...
Secretary
Liliana Montenegro ...
Assistant Secretary
Theresa L. Vivanco ...
The Nanny
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For David growing up in a Northern California town, and living with his grandmother is not an easy task, his best friends don't want to hand with him, and his grades are down. In short his life is in the dumps. One day his Grandmother takes him to Bingo with her, and he hits the Jack Pot. He finally reveals a secret and then everything changes for David. Written by Kimo Kaulani

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Small town... Big trouble!

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Drama | Family

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Not Rated
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$60,000 (estimated)
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Feel Good Movie With A Lot of Heart
12 January 2008 | by (Studio City,CA) – See all my reviews

After watching this film, I was extremely moved. Everyone roots for an underdog, and this underdog certainly winds up having his day! The bottom line message of this movie is: "Don't give up your dreams, no matter how big you think they are, because anything is possible." I won't talk too much about the plot, because I hate "giving things away", but the acting, story, and directing was effortless. Raul Gomez definitely knows how to craft a fine film, and to say this is his first, I give him kudos. And the young actors are a marvel, and will only get better with each role.

If you're looking for a feel good movie, this is one to check out. I promise you won't be disappointed.


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