Orphan Horse (2018)

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Orphan Horse: Directed by Sean McNamara. With Jon Voight, Alexa Nisenson, Vail Bloom, Eva LaRue. A young runaway girl hides out in the barn of a retired horse trainer and forms a bond with his troubled filly.

“Picked up a copy of the DVD for cheap at the store because it sounded like an interesting and wholesome movie. We were pleasantly surprised. Yes, some of it was predictable, but it was still pretty clever how the story played out and things were tied together. It was not u0026quot;draggyu0026quot; at all, and held our interest throughout. There were a couple of times where we actually cheered. But you should also have a tissue handy.nThe only real criticisms we had was that there were no subtitles (Mom is hard of hearing, and wears aids) and even when the volume was turned way up on her TV some of the dialogue was missed, even by me.nBut overall, it was a nice escape — especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lately weu0026#39;ve been doing takeout lunch and a new movie, and this one fit the bill nicely.”


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