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Yep. I liked this one a lot! Touching and honest and without all the regular blood-n-guts you see in lots of movies. Just regular folks having a tough time navigating family, faith, and True Love! Sure, there are some tense moments but nothing too extreme.
With so many big names, it's really no wonder this film is such a fulfilling watch! Bill Paxton does the "concerned father" thing so well and you really find yourself sharing in his emotions and concerns. And the young woman playing the lead actress was so great! She was elegant without being too fancy and was so easy to understand and relate to. And you'll probably recognize Luke Perry who does a great job of being a tough-as-nails cowboy. It's a love Story at it's core and shows that sometimes True Love is really hard!
Set in a beautiful farm country (I'm guessing Texas?), the blue skies and green fields make for a comfortable and familiar setting and you can almost see yourself out there assuming that you are not from a big city. Great locations all around, actually.
I really liked the acting and thought each actor brought something earnest and pure to the roles. Again, nothing crazy or over-the-top; just... I don't know. Regular? It was believable, I guess is what I'm saying. It portrayed the circumstances without making it too crazy.
This is a great movie to watch with your family (ages 12+ I'd guess) or maybe with a bunch of girlfriends with popcorn and your PJs on!
I found myself rooting for Love to find it's Way! But you'll have to watch it to see if it Love wins in the end!
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