My Best Friend

DVD Release: July 12, 2016
My Best Friend


When changing times force tween girl Kristen to leave the city for the countryside, she struggles to deal with school friends and a handsome young ranch hand. But Kristen finds comfort in a new friend: a horse. By chatting telepathically with her faithful bronco, Stanford, Kristen gains the confidence she needs to face the brave new world of adolescence. “My Best Friend” shows that true pals come in all shapes and sizes.

Dove Review

Kristen and her father, Alan, move back to the ranch his mother owned. Kristen has a hard time adjusting to their move to the country from the city, as she tries to fit in. She misses her best friend Ashley but finds a new best friend in a bronco named Stanford, who can only talk to her. That is when life starts to change for the young girl.

As time goes by, Kristen learns the way of the country and helps to save the ranch that was so dear to her grandmother. This story will be endearing to those who love the country life. It also brings to light the dangers of fracking.

“My Best Friend” is a wholesome movie that the entire family will enjoy. We are proud to award it the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kisses.
Language: Jeepers; Jeez; Stinks.
Violence: Man fights with another man, who is trying to hit him with a shovel.
Drugs: None.
Nudity: None.
Other: Man cons another man to move his property line; discussion regarding fracking of land.


Company: Lionsgate
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 99 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe