Perfect Cowboy (2014)

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Perfect Cowboy: Directed by Ken Roht. With Ken Roht, Jeffrey Watkins, William Nicol, Sharon Bollum. Two gay fathers of a straight country western singers, all living in a rural community and playing music together. Jimmy Poole gets out of prison and kicks his step-son Mark out of the family’s band.

“Wasnu0026#39;t expecting much when I first selected this movie. But by the end of the movie, I was amazed at how good it was. Itu0026#39;s a lower budget flick, but itu0026#39;s complex. Lots of various settings. Ensemble cast did a respectable job. Script was well written and realistic. And I loved how the director wove in a lot of singing among the 3 lead characters. The ending Thanksgiving scene where all 3 lead males sang at the table was a wonderful way to end the movie. My only criticism was when the singing son threw several irrational tantrums and then came back to his senses rather quickly. Was a bit contrived, but overall the movie was well done and the message is about valuing oneu0026#39;s u0026quot;familyu0026quot; whatever that may look like.”


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