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Miracle at Sage Creek (2005)

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Two families overcome prejudice and tragedy in 1888 Wyoming when a special Christmas miracle saves the life of a small boy.

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Two families overcome prejudice and tragedy in 1888 Wyoming when a special Christmas miracle saves the life of a small boy.

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Two miracles for the price of one.


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25 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Ike: Daniel!
Daniel: Yes sir?
Ike: We're gonna get those steers into Lusk and sold before Christmas
Daniel: Yes sir.
Ike: You won't leave town till we get top dollar, no exceptions.
Daniel: Yes sir...
Daniel: Mr. Franklin me and the boys was wondering, well sir, we wanted to know if you had decided to give us Christmas day off? Some of the men got family and I think they need that time...
Ike: You'll get a day off when that cattle is sold. Christmas is just another working day.
Daniel: Yes sir, stock comes fisrt.
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20 November 2012 | by (the known universe) – See all my reviews

Sad to say that a movie with David Carradine and Wes Studi could be a Xmas turkey. The kids are constantly mugging (as opposed to acting), "Wyoming" in December replete with cacti and sunny, snow-free landscape(?!!)--all the stock characters of a Fifties Western are here, but not even John Wayne could have rescued this movie.

Michael Parks is the only actor who is really trying, the rest are very trying, indeed. If you want to see the principal players (Carradine & Studi) working their full range of ability, rent/buy "Commanche Moon" or "Bound for Glory". You can catch glimpses here of Studi at least trying to inhabit the role of a very amateur effort. Yes, if you want a G-rated movie for young children, this would work. Sadly, Nicholas the dog gets better direction and lines than his fellow actors. The notable exception is the mustachioed stage driver (Buck Taylor), who appeared in a supporting role in a fantastic Western-- "Tombstone" as Turkey Creek Jack Johnson.

If you're looking for something uplifting, get "Little House on The Prairie" or "Dr Quinn", which appear to be the inspiration for this movie-of-the-week knock-off. This was one of a triptych of movies (three movie set for $5), which says it all. Rent this for the kiddies, if you're into faith-based fare, then go out and get a real Western where the actors get to shine, e.g.,any of the Lonseome Dove mini-series, "Tombstone", "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee", or even "Hidalgo", a great family movie which slipped under the radar a few years back.


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