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I almost didn't watch this movie because of the "one *" given it in the
newspaper, but I couldn't find the remote easily and so let it happen.
am glad I did.
This is a very good romantic movie with two strong attractive characters. It never gets too sweet and we see how a woman we might think has everything really has little to fulfill her. She finds herself happiest under very rough conditions where her efforts mean something.
Brannan faces the loss of his family legacy that has been his life's work because of a bad choice he made; and he faces it like a man.
It also proves that a movie can show the developing love and respect of a man and a woman without having them jump into bed. It has exciting, tense moments and you can watch this with your parents or grandparents and not be embarrassed. Love this film. Gave it an 8.
This was a great movie that has beautiful film locations. It does not contain cussing or have sex scenes. It is just a great family movie. The only problem is it is not on video about the only place to see it is on Fox family television.
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The Cowboy And The Movie Star is truly a one of a kind romance television movie.I saw this for the first time a couple of years ago on the ABC family channel on cable and I loved it.I am glad that I taped this movie, because it rarely comes on, and it has not been released to video or DVD.I think it might have been released to video in Europe.They don't make these kind of romance stories on television or at the box office very often anymore.Perry King, Sean Young,Priscilla Barnes, and David Groh were excellent in their parts in this movie.I am a big Sean Young and Perry King fan.The scenery in this movie is just breathtaking.I love this movie because the whole family can sit down and watch this movie together.I recommend this movie to lovers of romance.I have this movie.
Ive always been a sucker for any movie that has good scenery in it. It's why I liked Horse Whisperer. And this movie too. Although not quite up to the level of Horse Whisperer, it is still very good. And, I liked Sean Young and the way she depicted her character. If she is anything like her character in person she must be a very likable person.
Is the Cowboy and the Movie Star available for sale? I would love to purchase this on DVD or VHS? This movie was a TV movie, and was played on AMC movie channel. I am looking to purchase this, but have yet to find this movie for sale. Is there anyway to contact someone who could make this movie available? This is a great movie, and I am sure many more people would enjoy watching this movie. If anyone out there can locate it or tell me how to purchase this I would appreciate it. Does anyone know of another web site that would have more information on this movie? Maybe we could find enough people to send in request for the movie and it would be put on DVD.
I want to say this was a very real life movie and you could believe
this real happened. The acting was great, the location was beautiful
and the ending was just right. I wish I found someone who would buy my
place so to and give it to me and be part of my life. "WOW" The story
was believable where any one could go off the side of the road and get
lost in the woods or range. How it took a while for them to learn to
work together and she learned and was treated as a range hand. As she
learned it was easier and when he got hurt she just took over and saved
I wish this was on a CD or VHS tape so I could buy it. I would love to see this over and over again.
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This is a very difficult picture to find (Despite being from 1988), because it came from "The Family Channel" and it is not on DVD. But it is a great film, with tremendous attention to detail, including using an Australian Cattle Dog on the round-up (Most film makers would use a German Shepherd and call it a day). What I really like is the relationship between the actress Sean Livingston (Sean Young), and the cowboy Clint Brannan (Perry King), and how these characters really depend on each other to survive. Major Spoilers ahead: She is involved in a bad relationship with a fellow actor (Who she finds out is married), and he is being sued for divorce by his wife Liz (Rochelle Swanson) so she can escape the ranching business, and become a movie star. They meet when in a remote area of California, she crashes her car, and he picks her up and agrees to bring her back to civilization, but after the drive is over. She is a total fish out of water, and stuff like bad weather and poor food is not exactly her lifestyle, and he has to teach her how to adjust. It all changes when he saves her from a grizzly attack, but the bear scratch causes blood poisoning, and eventually pneumonia, so she has to become the leader (Walking while he rides, and surviving the elements). They finally get back to civilization and Liz actually has the audacity to give him Divorce Papers while he is in a hospital bed, and saying "Sean looks so much better in the movies" (At least have the decency to wait until he is out of the hospital, and appreciate what she did (What a B***H)). At the end, he signs papers selling half of the ranch to someone (It was executed by an Attorney), but who shows up but Sean, with the land deed who says "You can take me back to town, or teach me to ranch." Of course, they will live happily ever after. I love the way the Sean learned from Clint about how to survive (She always had to rely on others), and that when she was forced by circumstances to do so, she could not only do so, but do it successfully, and thus make it her life as well. Without Sean, the legacy of the Brannan Family ranching will die with Clint (The round-up where he met Sean was going to be the last), but since together they own the land, it can continue for generations to come. A absolute classic film 10/10 stars without any thought involved.
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