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Ice Princess -- A high school senior science geek (Michelle Trachtenberg) discovers the sport of ice skating while doing a project on the aerodynamics of competitive skaters. It's a Disney film, but it doesn't have any of the usual formulaic plot turns. The acting is generally good, except for an over-performance by Joan Cusack as the girl's mom. Some of it is surprisingly downright nasty, but most is just the right amount of cute. (ES) Rated G





The Ring 2 -- The Ring was an extraordinarily scary, extraordinarily successful American remake of the Japanese Ringu. Now things come full circle (heh) as the Japanese director of Ringu, Hideo Nakata comes on board to helm the American sequel. Naomi Watts reprises her role as the Seattle journalist who now relocates to Oregon with her young son Aidan. Peace, of course, is fleeting when a new videotape surfaces and locals start dying. Rated: PG-13





Publication date: 03/10/05

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