Walk. Ride. Rodeo. (2019) is a English movie. Conor Allyn has directed this movie. Spencer Locke,Missi Pyle,Bailey Chase,Alyvia Alyn Lind are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Walk. Ride. Rodeo. (2019) is considered one of the best Biography,Drama movie in India and around the world.
Walk. Ride. Rodeo. The incredible true story of nationally ranked barrel racer Amberley Snyder, who at 19 barely survives an automobile accident. Now paralyzed from the waist down, Amberley, with the support of her family, physical therapy and her own inspiring determination, fights to earn back her place in the sport she loves.
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A truly remarkable inspirational story shown as a movie. Those who face tough battles can be inspired to not give up, and that all things are possible. A family friendly movie, with one intense car crash scene. Worth a watch.
I had a back injury in 2005, watching this movie was very emotional for me. No matter the odds you have to go on, and find a way as much as it hurts or as frustrated as you get. Having a special bond with animals will help you through. Stories like this need to be told. You never know if one day it will happen to you.
I really loved this movie. You'll cry in some parts probably but if is a very good movie and ends well.
INSIDER rated this one of its "TOP 7 GREAT MOVIES ON NETFLIX, calling it "endearing, emotional, inspirational ... the perfect release for International Women's Day." I was truly moved by this powerful film, brilliantly directed by Conor Allyn. A must-see for families, horse lovers and all who love dramatic triumph over adversity.
As a wheelchair user myself, I had an interest in this story. I like seeing my fellow "wheelies" succeed beyond what society expects of them. Ms. Snyder's story is indeed compelling. Unfortunately, the overdone melodrama in this film actually undercuts it, in my opinion. And a couple of elements in this film make it clear it was done on the cheap. Still, I thought the lead actress did a good job. And I like that Ms. Snyder -- whom this film is about -- did stunt riding in this film. A positive step for including people with disabilities in making movies.