Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner Family - Dad, stepmom, little Jennifer and teenager Matt - leaves the city for the wilds of Virginia. The move creates problems for...
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Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner Family - Dad, stepmom, little Jennifer and teenager Matt - leaves the city for the wilds of Virginia. The move creates problems for everyone, especially Matt, who feels lost and alone in his new surroundings. Fortunately, the Turners are helped by a homeless collie who becomes part of their lives - and Matt does a lot of growing up as a result of the dog's unflinching loyalty.Written by
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Driving their car, when the family arrives at the place of the accident with the Sheep transport truck, Matthew - the one driving - is distracted. Laura just waking up yells out for Matthew to stop. They come to a full stop less than 7 inch (18 cm) from a car standing still in front of them, only just avoiding hitting it. The family gets out of the car and Matthew is seen to have plenty of space to walk between the two cars. Neither of the two cars can be seen moving, and there is simply no time in the storyline for either of them to have moved. See more »
Tom Guiry is a nice kid and Lassie XXV (or whatever the current incarnation) is a beautiful dog. There is little else in this predictable plot or its dimensionless characters to interest anyone over the age of 10.
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