All The Pretty Horses – Edited

Theatrical Release: September 23, 2003
DVD Release: September 23, 2003
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Synopsis

With Dreams of steady ranch work and a better life, John (Matt Damon) and his friend Lacey (Henry Thomas) travel on horseback across the Rio Grande into Mexico. On their journey, they come across stunning scenery, a loose-cannon youngster named Jimmy and a hacienda needing cowboys. Everything seems perfect until John meets a beautiful young woman (Penelope Cruz) and Jimmy makes a terrible choice.

Dove Review

This is a good western drama that will keep you interested and entertained. While the plot is one that you could guess, it is presented through breathtaking scenery and through some good acting. John and his friend Lacey are finding being a cowboy to be a lost art in America and decide to go to Mexico to continue to be cowboys. There are some twists and turns along the way, but they finally settle down at a ranch where they quickly become the experts on horses. Once John meets the ranch owner’s daughter, trouble soon follows. If you like westerns you will enjoy “All The Pretty Horses.” This edited version makes this western easy on the eyes and ears.

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Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Writer: Cormac McCarthy and Ted Tally
Producer: Robert Salerno
Genre: Western
Runtime: 116 min.
Starring: Matt Damon, Henry Thomas and Pene'lope Cruz
Reviewer: Dave Lukens