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Schoolboy Josh Townsend has to move again with his father, astrophysics researcher Dr. Nick Townsend, to a New Mexico small town. To escape the copy-boy job dad arranged, Josh volunteers for the tribal buffalo reserve, working with Navajo clan elder John Blackhorse's cynical grandson Thomas and his buddy Moon. Local scamp Kyle's cool cyclist knaves gang seems irresistible, but their hazing-like demands bring Josh to betray his buffalo friends's reluctant confidence. Written by
I really liked this movie! It's a D.C.O.M. (Disney Channel Original Movie) which are pretty good. It's about a family with an only child named Josh. The father of the family gets a job as a scientist and is supposed to move out near some Navajo Indian land. Josh meets a couple guys that become his friends. It's a good story to watch and follow. The parents are portrayed to be loving, caring people for their child. Josh becomes involved with a BMX race with some people that he wanted to make friends with and ends up hurting his true friends in the movie. I like the relationship between the native-American people, the white man, and the buffaloes in this one.
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