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Charlie: A Toy Story (2013)

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Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)

Clumsy comedy bearing little resemblance to the source material, the beloved memoirs Cheaper by the Dozen and Belles on their Toes by two of the 'dozen', Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey.

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Checkpoint (2011)

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The Chestnut Soldier (1991)

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Le Chiavi di casa (2004)

Bravo for casting a disabled actor as a disabled character. Andrea Rossi has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and mild mental retardation. The character he plays is a real, three-dimensional person. Charlotte Rampling's character is allowed to talk openly about the sacrifices of being a carer and the toll they take.

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El chico que miente (2010)

One of the best road movies I've seen, along with Alice in the Cities, Thursday to Sunday, Mi socio, Qué tan lejos and Pusinky.

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A Child Betrayed: The Calvin Mire Story (1994)

Nice acting from Blake Bashoff.

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A Child Is Waiting (1963)

According to Cassavetes, this is not really a Cassavetes film. It's probably more effective cinema for that: in my humble opinion the only really good Cassavetes film is his first, the rough-edged and vivid Shadows; after that he dove down the 'people waving their arms around and shouting' rabbithole. Most of the children here actually have the disabilities in question: they were from the Pacific State Hospital in Pomona, California. In some scenes the film could be seen as a close antecedent of Warrendale, Allan King's 1967 vérité documentary about a Toronto facility for emotionally disturbed children. The downside is that the tug-of-war between Cassavetes and Stanley Kramer makes it swing back and forth between quasi-documentary and didactic Hollywoodish melodrama. Modern viewers are likely to be shocked, even disoriented, by the viewpoints expressed: the progressive thing to do, apparently, is to institutionalise disabled children, whereas keeping them at home with their families prevents them from reaching their potential!

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Child's Cry (1986)

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The Childhood of a Leader (2015)

Atmospheric, good-looking film streaked with psychoanalysis. Overly ambitious but has some fine set pieces. Tom Sweet gives a good performance, doing his best with a rather flatly written character.

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Children (1976)

Terence Davies's very first film, featuring fourteen-year-old Philip Mawdsley. Made before he went to film school -- Madonna and Child was his graduation piece -- and it does show, but so does his remarkably original cinematic gift.

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The Children of Green Knowe (1986)

Faithful, solid BBC adaptation of the superb book, whose magic and beauty are a bit difficult to convey on screen -- however, everyone throws themselves into it, the house is the real house and the kids reportedly had a great time making it.

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The Children of Leningradsky (2005)

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Children of the Damned (1963)

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Children of the Dog Star (1984)

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Children of the Stones (1977)

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Children Underground (2000)

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Chizkeik (2008)

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Chocky (1984)

Despite some stilted dialogue, the first season in particular is pretty good. Andrew Ellams is an engaging lead.

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Choele (2014)

Simple, sunny, realistic, sweet and astute. Lautaro Murray does a great job.

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