Justin is an ad executive whose father sends him on his first solo run to a place in Texas. While driving to his appointment Justin swerves to avoid a rabbit in the road and his car gets stuck in a ditch that just happens to be in front of the home of Jack and his loony senile father. After Jack's previous life partner died, he planned never to love again. Will this change?
- Stars:Paul Bright, Tim Jones, Peggy Mae Binn, Kyle Evans, Carol Barron Forbes, Michael E. Harvey, Sylvia Hunstman, Krista Keosheyan, Jim Knight, Peggy McConnell, Joeleen Ornt, Misty L. Poe, Steve Powers, Thomas Romano, Cynthia Schiebel,
- Director:Paul Bright,
- Writer:Paul Bright
Only two things stand between Justin and Jack falling in love - their fathers "Angora Ranch" is a sweet, heartfelt movie about love that transcends age, stereotypes and meddlesome family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Angora Ranch torrent reviews
(it) wrote: this is a great movie, music,relationships and a family movie
(br) wrote: Literally hurt my eyes and ears to watch this pathetic excuse for a movie.. way too long, boring, absolutely nothing happens :)
(br) wrote: a concert movie with a story that was clearly shot for 100 bucks
(ru) wrote: Beautiful rock doc. You really feel like you get to know the man, and you fall in love with the music.
(fr) wrote: good cast for sure. fun, but in general, so so.
(fr) wrote: Now this movie def made me laugh.........
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