Cast: Luke Perry, Emmanuelle Vaugier and Tom Butler
Release Date: January 2, 2016
Movie Description: Avery Ford, (Luke Perry) a famous actor in popular Western films, is sent by his manager to a Montana dude ranch where he’s supposed to rustle up business for the ranch while also re- energizing his flagging career. Heather Twain (Emmanuelle Vaugier), whose family owns the ranch is a natural beauty who can ride, rope, fix the truck, whip up a meal that’ll knock your socks off – there’s nothing she can’t do. Though miffed when she realizes he’s a phony, a city slicker who knows nothing about being a cowboy, she can’t help but feel something for the well-meaning, awkward Avery.
- The location.
- The horses.
- Luke Perry (I had a crush on him back in his Beverly Hills 90210 days)
- Chemistry between Avery and Heather was believable
- How Avery grew throughout the movie. He became hardworking and found a place he felt good to be in.
- Some of the movie was a tad bit boring for me.
My overall thoughts on this movie: When I first set this to record, to review, I didn’t think I was going to like this movie. I have to admit that I was wrong. This movie was better than I expected it to be. I’m not saying it’s fantastic, but it’s definitely not horrible.
Would I recommend this movie to others: Maybe. To certain people.
My rating: 3/5 (Good)