Cowboys and Angels

Cowboys and Angels


Left at the altar, heartbroken Danny fears that he will never love again, until the mysterious and angelic Jo Jo appears in his life. With Jo Jo as his guide, Danny begins a journey of self-exploration, uncovering the triumphs and tragedies of lust and love. Danny learns to follow his heart, discovering the true meaning of destiny in this moving uplifting romantic tale.

Dove Review

Here we have a quirky little movie about love and relationships. Danny just endured a break-up a day before his wedding and here he is at his little sister’s wedding with his best friend. But to his surprise just before his toast as best man he finds out that his new brother-in-law was also part of the problem of his own break-up. As the angelic Jo Jo reveals to him this information about his friend Clark, she also wants to show him that there is a relationship out there for him that he just has not yet found.

Danny falls for Jo Jo but she is not who he thinks she is either. Then he meets by fate the true mate of his life but will he lose her too because of his past encounter with her friend “Jo Jo”. Time can only tell if Danny will find true love.

The problem I have with this movie is that Danny talks to is sister regarding her husband’s infidelity and she tells him that she knows. But the knowledge of her husband’s affairs are “concessions” for the nice life she has. It is because of this that we cannot award this movie a family approval and our Dove Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Many scenes of couples kissing; woman tells man that his ex-girlfriend slept with his friend; it is implied that a man is cheating on his wife and wife knows but continues to let it happen.
Language: Poops-8
Violence: Man shoots a gun at picture of ex-girlfriend and his friend; four men sexual harass two women; four men beat up one man; woman shoots gun at target.
Drugs: Men stand in front of church drinking from a flask; man intoxicated at wedding reception; main character seen drinking shots in bar and falls off bar stool.
Nudity: Cleavage; woman's mid-drift shows.
Other: Relationships; believing in angels and true love.


Company: Screen Media
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 105 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe