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Christmas Ranch (2016)

Christmas Ranch (2016)

Francine LockeKen ArnoldTaylor LyonsStefannie Smith
Douglas B. Maddox


Christmas Ranch (2016) is a English movie. Douglas B. Maddox has directed this movie. Francine Locke,Ken Arnold,Taylor Lyons,Stefannie Smith are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Christmas Ranch (2016) is considered one of the best Drama,Family movie in India and around the world.

A rebellious girl is sent to stay on her grandmother's horse ranch for Christmas. She falls into friendship with her grandmother's pony and becomes determined to help save the ranch from foreclosure.

Christmas Ranch (2016) Reviews

  • This is great for it's intended audience...youths!


    Just looking at the cover you can tell what the company is intending by creating such a movie. It's titled Christmas Ranch with a girl and a horse as the cover. It's not an adult sounding title, it's clearly for kids...of all ages! If that's not your cup of tea, go watch something else; but for our kids and their friends, and the children's grandparents, they didn't miss a beat in understanding and following the beautiful plot line. It made perfect sense to them that a girl can get bratty, and then have a change of heart. Forget about the logistics of saving the farm, the children are never concerned with where the financing comes from, they want to see a happy ending. And we want them to enjoy watching something other than ridiculous loud spastic cartoons for a change, or other movies out there that are too adult and way over their heads with violence, sex, or drudging lecturing dialogue. The scenery, the acting, the character development and the plot line was just perfect for any multi-generational family to agree on and watch with their loved ones. That's what I love about any film that reaches for that. You made something that's not just trying to make a dollar, but instead is providing something that many of us out here enjoy watching!! Kudos to the Christmas Ranch!

  • I enjoyed the film but....


    It's true the writing of this story wasn't up to par, and was apparent to me that virtually any and all other problems with the film can be clearly sourced back to the misdirection of its writing. You can clearly tell that the producer intended this for a select niche. At first I believed it to be the equestrian crowd (of which I'm unfamiliar with, but it was evident enough), but I soon realized that the writer must not have been well versed in marrying this plot with professional horse events. I then gathered that its intended audience went more for ambient feel-good Christmas moments for families. It isn't for everyone. If you don't fit into that category, I would move on, but for those that do, go for it! Sidenote: I'm not as ignorant as some of the other posters as to immediately bash the actors. As a stage director myself, I've seen that the performances of my actors can be affected by such things as poor direction given to them, hurried rehearsal times, or even poor craft services and meals provided, as I've seen many low budget sets provide nothing but starchy carbs for the poor actors to load up on. Who if anyone is working at their top game in anything under those conditions. Were they given trailers and appropriate working hours? Smaller budgets are harsh conditioned like that. That's why Union involvement exists. Again it's quite ignorant to attack an actor's performance without knowing their working conditions. As I previously stated, this is for families looking for a feel-good redemptive movie. For those it isn't for - well, the smart ones move on and spend their valuable time watching things that pertain to them, rather than writing a hate review. In summary: Despite its writing, still enjoyable!

  • Cute Film


    Definitely up that Hallmark alley-but certainly for a younger audience. The lack of realistic adult drama and some slow scenes let it down for an adult audience but for younger kids, definitely a win. I watched it with my nieces and they loved it! A good, clean movie.

  • Nice wholesome story


    Some of the dialogue was a little too slow. Could have been a little more action. But all in all well worth the watch. Right now it's free on Netflix!! So as not to spoil alert anything let's just say if you are a fan of Hallmark movies and Christmas movies I think you will like it. This is a movie to get into your PJs, make yourself a cup of tea or hot chocolate and snuggle under a blanket. I like the "ranch". flare to it. If you like horses you will like this. Beautiful scenery and panoramic views really add to the movie as well. One thing I did miss however was that I wish there were a few more characters in the movie for more character development and interaction. It will be added to the story and perhaps even created a bit of suspense to the development of the plot. Although it was not as predictable as one might think. There were a few twists and turns along the way. Add this movie to your wish list on Netflix. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

  • As boring as expected


    My friend and I love watching these cheesy holiday movies. We stumbled upon this and I cannot believe we actually got through the entire thing! (SPOILERS!!) The parents were so bad, and the background was the same during their whole drive. The teenager was also terrible, her acting was so unbelievable and inconsistent. The grandmother, she was the worst! It was weird how she would look at her granddaughter and her she was slow with her lines. Even making "one liners" that made no sense, "boils my bones"? The bank troubles made no sense as well. How does a bank let a bill go six months. Also, are we supposed to be on the grandmothers side? If I were a bank I'd taken it a long time ago! The convenient "market" that magically pays for everything? Yeah okay Honestly, surprised this exists, it was just so bad.


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