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The narration in Running Free detracts from its beauty, and pushes the film to the point of absurdity.
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The human actors are colourless, the pacing lifeless, and the drama stillborn.
Saddled with an annoying and extensive narration track, added for fear kids couldn't follow the story without constant guidance.
Running Free is the only evidence anyone will ever need to demonstrate what a ruinous trend wallpapered narration has become.
Saddled with actor Lukas Haas, who delivers a lifeless first-person-or first-horse-narration.
Beautiful scenery and extraordinarily appealing shots of horses make Running Free worth a trip to the multiplex.
The best and most thoughtful family movie so far this year.
Cruel treatment of horses may upset some kids.
An empathy stretching drama about a horse trying to stay alive in adverse circumstances.
Sumamente aburrida y con una partitura grandilocuente y melosa que no tiene nada que ver con la historia
Less than satisfying.
Suffering from way too much narration and a plot slower than a Clydesdale, Running Free is more like Trotting Bored.
Sober and handsomely photographed, this film is sadly undermined by its use of voice-over narration.
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