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Lost Stallions: The Journey Home (2008)

Not Rated | | Family | 13 June 2008 (USA)
After the death of his father, troubled teen Jake Gattison travels with his mother to Harmony Ranch, a special retreat for families dealing with problems. There, Jake discovers a kindred ... See full summary »

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Alex Hugh ...
Jake
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Chief
Jan Rooney ...
Katie (as Jan Chamberlin Rooney)
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Rachel - Jake's mom
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Nicki
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Mack
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Isaac
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Greywolf
Samuel Elliott Whisnant ...
Zeb
Dean Whitworth ...
Doodle Joe
Mark Alton Rose ...
Jack - Jake's dad
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Joey
Amy da Luz ...
Barb
Tony Balance ...
Bob
Debbie Rigby ...
Carrie
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After the death of his father, troubled teen Jake Gattison travels with his mother to Harmony Ranch, a special retreat for families dealing with problems. There, Jake discovers a kindred spirit in Troubadour, a young stallion that has lost his mother and is acting out, unsettled and distressed. Ranch owner Chief works to calm the uneasy horse. Jake witnesses Chief's determination with the stallion, and begins to see the wisdom in the old man's words and deeds-lessons he can apply to his own life. When Troubadour suddenly runs away, Jake makes it his mission to bring the lost stallion home. The ranch hand Greywolf explains to Jake the Native American legend of Heaven's Pathway, a mountain that towers over Harmony Ranch, said to be a place where wounded souls go to find peace. With this knowledge, Jake sets out with his new friends Nicki and Isaac, two other troubled teens, on a journey to the top of Heaven's Pathway in search of Troubadour. The adventure challenges the three teens as ... Written by Anonymous

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Although they have appeared together in several films, this movie was the first time Mickey Rooney and his wife Jan Rooney actually portrayed a married couple on screen, as the characters of "Chief" and "Katie" See more »

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lost effort: don't bother
9 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

i watched this movie against my better judgment - i am so not a fan of mickey rooney. i ended up watching it in fast forward to minimise brain damage. saccharine music, execrable plot, wooden 'acting' and GUESS WOT???? NOT ONE STALLION IN THE WHOLE MOVIE. unless you are 5 years old (in which case you will fall asleep before half-way through) give it a major miss. this movie reminded me of one of those little golden books published by well-intentioned but hopelessly misguided adults who think that if a message has constant piano in the background, pretty horses, gruff but kindly old folk, token Indian mysticism and sleeveless denim jackets (how tough) it will circumvent completely natural teenage angst and make us all want to square dance in the dust. i don't think so. this movie is a collection of clichéd and stilted scenes which confirmed my worst fears; major studios have little appreciation of reality and absolutely no originality.


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