Jim Rayborn has for years been doing most of the work of his grim father Clay's farm, yet couldn't convince the patriarch to switch from cattle to sheep because the warmer climate favors ... See full summary »
In an unexplained act of charity, Jeanne Holman, picks up an injured, apparent tramp and takes him home to care for him little realizing who he was, or the effect he would have on her life and those of her family.
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio,
They had the right idea, but it did not clue together.
If we're being honest Coming Home never really stood up to the excellence of Pilcher's book, so this sequel never really stood much of a chance.
To be fair though if you can ignore the fact that the script is not good and the acting is infinitely worse then this is passable. The story isn't all that great but shines occasionally. But i think the biggest problem i had with the whole thing was the change of the main focus, i think it would have been better if they had focus on making the story around Judith and Jermemy.
To sum up it is just about worth watching if you liked the first installment, but personally I prefer the book to them both!
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