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The Young Black Stallion (2003)

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A young girl befriends a wild black stallion.

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Ben Ishak
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Neera (as Biana G. Tamimi)
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Rhamon
Ali Al Ameri ...
Mansoor
Andries Rossouw ...
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A prequel to the 1979 classic The Black Stallion--a family drama that presents the horse's adventures with a young girl named Neera, who has been separated from her father in Arabia by WWII. Left alone in the desert, she befriends the wild colt whom she names Shetan. Once reunited with her father, however, Neera remains haunted by the images of the lost horse in the desert--one of a few stallions of legend, rumored to be born of the sands, sired by the night sky, drinkers of the wind. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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The greatest story of friendship ever told.


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25 December 2003 (USA)  »

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Young Black Stallion  »

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$629,999 (USA) (26 December 2003)

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$6,751,389 (USA) (2 September 2005)
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The "wild" Black Stallion has shoes. See more »

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Follows The Black Stallion (1979) See more »

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Born To Ride
Written by Roxanne Seeman, Gavin Greenaway, and William Ross
Performed by Biana Tamimi
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Ugh! Bad on so many levels.
11 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I understand that this movie is made for kids and as a parent I have sat through many movies that don't particularly hold my interest, but I can appreciate from a constructive point of view in how it is being received by my children. Parents are supposed to be encouraged after all to take part in their children's activities and to monitor the quality of the entertainment that they view so there should be something that appeals to an adult audience on some level even in children's movies. Disney has always understood this which is why it is so hard to fathom how it could allow such a complete piece of drek to bear their name.

Technically, the sound editing is horrible and all dialog sounds over-dubbed and unnatural. Personally I hate that, but it was doubly awful considering the dialog itself seemed as though it was written by a 12 year old for a school project. The "acting" reminded me of a school play and none of the child actors had any range of emotion in their voices. Thankfully it was a very short movie.

Now, before I come off like a video-geek measuring a kids movie with an adult yard stick, the one thing that can save even the worst children's movie is a positive message. Far be it from me to determine how a message has to be delivered so long as the right one is. Let us take a walk through this film to see what messages are given:

If you are lost, don't worry, you will inevitably find your way home.

Approach wild animals without any fear.

You can win any competition just because you "know" you can.

and my favorite, the final message left in the film:

It's okay to disobey authority figures and do what you think is right.


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