CHRISTMAS RANCH REVIEWED
“Christmas Ranch” follows a young girl, as she is nearly thrown out of school. She’s taken to a farm up-state where her grandmother uses the powers of horseplay to tame her wild heart. After learning that the farm is about to be foreclosed upon, the girl uses her new horse friend to save the day. It’s a tale as told as time. That doesn’t mean it makes any sense.
There’s something terrifyingly sexual about having so many fictional stories centered on teenage girls discovering their independence via riding horses. If you don’t know understand what I’m talking, then you might be too young to read this site. The film ends as most would expect, but how many of you guys are actually going to check it out? Does it matter? I’m trying to give you kids recommendations for things to buy your parents and relatives during the Holidays. They need this, while you stuff your faces with Italian horror and Run The Jewels CDs.
Your aunt is going to love this more than Donald Trump. I kid now, but I hope that doesn’t become a haunting look at the upcoming future.
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 11/15/16
- Video - 86%86%
- Audio - 85%85%
- Supplemental Material - 85%85%
- Film Score - 80%80%
The Plot Thus Far
The importance of love, family and hope are highlighted in the new heartwarming tale CHRISTMAS RANCH, starring Taylor Lyons and Francine Locke. Directed by Douglas B. Maddox, the film tells the story of a rebellious teenager named Lizzy who is sent to her grandmother’s ranch for Christmas after an incident at school. There she befriends a pony by the name of Hope. Sick and not eating properly Hope responds to the attention and care from Lizzy who vows to learn everything she can to try and help nurse him back to health. One day while sorting through her grandmother’s mail, Lizzy learns the news that the ranch is about to be foreclosed on. Lizzy realizes she must do whatever it takes to save the ranch and devises a plan that will not only save her grandmother’s property but also help Hope in the process.