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Follow Your Heart (1999)

PG | | Comedy | 26 January 1999 (USA)
Troubled boys take a field trip to a horse farm and learn that all your dreams can come true if you have the persistence to go after them, to believe, and to stay with it.

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Troubled boys take a field trip to a horse farm and learn that all your dreams can come true if you have the persistence to go after them, to believe, and to stay with it.

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Should you marry for love...or money?

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Comedy

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Rated PG for mild language
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26 January 1999 (USA)  »

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La jeune fille et le milliardaire  »

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Brian Keith's last film, released in January 1999, a full 18 months after Keith's death in June 1997. See more »

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Features The Misery Brothers (1995) See more »

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Angel Face
Lyrics by Lorenzo Doumani & Brenda Epperson
Music by Marco Marinangeli
Performed by Brenda Epperson
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This film is so sweet!
6 August 2006 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

This film is about two women moving to California starting a new life. They expected nothing but everything happened to them.

This film has a great plot! The storyline is sweet and touching. It is not the typical romantic comedy where they meet, like, then argue, dislike, miss and love each other. This one is different, with a more refreshing plot.

The lead character, Taylor, is a very charming and sweet girl. She is wanted by two men with different underlying motivations. She had to choose between a millionaire and a bus driver. Or so she thought.

This film is charming, fun, sweet and touching. If this film had more well known stars, such as Reese Witherspoon (who would be perfect in the role Taylor), this would surely be a blockbuster.


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