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Ok story, but the acting? Not so much. Not a faith-based movie as we thought but was family-friendly. It also had a couple of familiar faces that must have needed to pay some bills.
I liked this DVD. It is 93 minutes long. It is good for all ages. There is on sexual scenes or violence. It moves at a slow pace. There is very little swearing. Emma is a high school teenager getting in trouble. She is getting lower grades and skipping classes. She is hanging out with the bad crowd. She gets caught doing a B&E at the horse ranch in a dare with her friends. While fulfilling her community service hours at a horse rescue ranch, Emma forms an unlikely bond with an abused show horse that won't let anyone ride him. Gaining new skills and confidence, Emma hatches a plan to redeem herself and ultimately save the ranch she's grown to love. She learns responsibility and the community feeling. She grows up in her mental maturity.
Story about a young girl doing community service at a horse rescue ranch struggling with financial difficulties. More of a teenage girl flick.
I enjoyed this movie because there was no violence, sex or bad language. It's simply a feel-good story that anyone of any age might enjoy. Good family movie!