Kacie is a 17-year-old girl struggling with guilt and anger after a tragic loss. When Kacie is arrested and sentenced to a work-release program at Spirit Riders, an equine therapy camp, she's clearly out of her element. However, she finds a kindred spirit in Blaze, a retired racehorse having difficulty adjusting to domesticated life. With the help of the ranch owner, Kacie helps re-train Blaze and, in the process, learns how to let go of her past, forgive herself, and set her spirit free. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When a rebellious teen is arrested and sentenced to an equine therapy camp, she forms a connection with a spirited thoroughbred that she helps train with the guidance of the ranch's no-nonsense owner.
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Aaron W (au) wrote: Horrible. So many things wrong with the 'facts' presented.
Jennifer F (it) wrote: The twist wasn't as intense as the commercials made them out to be, but it was entertaining & thought-producing nonetheless. Odd they should be released so close together...this movie should be consider the Facebook Movie more so than "The Social Network."
Fenix C (kr) wrote: the guys are cute. a little sad made me wanna cry.
Sameen M (au) wrote: I really enjoyed the scene with the butter.
Kristie M (ag) wrote: This film had the basis of a good story but failed to deliver
Sonya W (es) wrote: I think I saw this, I think I hated it, but I cant remember so I should see it just to make sure:)
J K (gb) wrote: Keri Russell is the present-day Lindsay Wagner: a vacant, unconvincing actress who looks like she's distracted by something (or stoned).
Timm S (ag) wrote: If Nothing But Biasly I Enjoyed The Scenary, The Acting & The Story. Sandra Is Sexy & There's Nothing More To Say. Liked It Just On That I Suppose. :-)
Michael L (ru) wrote: One of the greatest, most influential films of the 1990's, Houseguest is an absolute, unquestionable masterpiece-the very definition of a "must-see" movie. if you haven't seen this film, you're truly missing out on a wonderful experience. This is one "guest" that could never overstay its welcome. 5/5 stars.
John T (ru) wrote: Two men on motorcycles go on a journey to scatter another biker's ashes. They meet a lot of interesting people on the way. This one was ok because of all the quirky characters. I kept waiting for something more to happen. Not overly exciting.
Scott C (ag) wrote: Very forgettable. I really dislike Jim Jarmusch films generally. I think I liked one of the segments - maybe the Wynona Ryder one. I seem to remember the whole thing being very disjointed and boring.
Reel and U (mx) wrote: As someone who did plenty of school reports on the 1919 Chicago Black Sox Scandal, Eight Men Out (based on the book by the same name) is historically accurate and is a must see for any baseball fan. Although it might not be ideal for someone who doesn't like baseball, or sports for that matter, the story is engaging, fresh, and intriguing for it being a true story. With famous actors such as John Cusack, Charlie Sheen, D. B. Sweeney, David Strathairn, Christopher Lloyd and John Mahoney, what would be looked at as a near documentary can be watched easier as a featured film. The acting is done well, the time period is constructed nicely and the fact that it is about a conspiracy just adds another layer that doesn't make you yawn. Be prepared however because there are A LOT of names, characters and ball players in this movie, so it will call for careful attention to keep everything straight. I know plenty of people have never heard of the Black Sox, and neither had I until my uncle gave me the book as a young teenager. I have always enjoyed watching this film and anyone who enjoys the history of baseball should see this.8/10 Stars - Sure it's not a blockbuster, but it's well made, true, and about a conspiracy in baseball history that I spent my youth researching.
Timothy J (de) wrote: Typical for its time period.
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