Cast, dialogue and relational theme peppered with good humor make this movie a must see. Fonda, Kristofferson, Mazzello, Carradine stand out as friends who love and work for a lifetime not just for a movie time. North Dakota boy is where I want to be...its where country stays cool, computers are a fitting bit of the action and family & friends bond for life.
Kate and Martinez bring a feisty female touch to the film that does not go overboard but compliments the boys nicely.
Some of the lines have stayed in our house bringing up a laugh and a desire to watch the show again...like "that's none-ya" and "no cussing inside" And though the main characters name is Stoneman there is nothing cold about this movie. We have viewed it often enough to have caught most of the bloopers...like "Skeeleton trees" rather than Skeleton trees as written on FBI Collins pager...but the birth of a lamb and a Wooly Boy makes up for the faux pas.
Want to feel better after a flick? Watch Wooly Boys and plan on it. Enjoy
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