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The Ringer

Rating:PG-13 (for crude and sexual humor, language and some drug references)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:December 23, 2005
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Johnny Knoxville, W. Earl Brown, Brian Cox, Katherine Heigl, Jed Rees
Director:Barry W. Blaustein
Producer:John L. Jacobs, Bradley Thomas
Writer:Ricky Blitt
Distributor:Fox Searchlight Pictures

Description: When Steve Barker finds himself running dead last in the corporate rat race, he sinks to an all time low...he attempts to rig the Special Olympics by pretending to be intellectually challenged. But, Barker is completely out-classed by his fellow Olympians, who are not only better athletes; they're just plain better people. And they're on to him. But rather than rat-out the rat, they join forces with him to once and for all beat Jimmy, the cocky reigning champion of the annual games. With a work-out regime uniquely their own, they train Barker to go for the gold and, in the process, show him what's at the heart of a true winner.

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