Cowgirls n' Angels Reviews

  • Aug 21, 2020

    a wholesome enjoyable family movie about a young girl searching for her father and finds a love for horses

    a wholesome enjoyable family movie about a young girl searching for her father and finds a love for horses

  • Oct 24, 2019

    What a fun surprise on Starz tonight! Loved this movie, the horses and rodeo settings, Bailee and the Sweethearts, the great CW music. Totally enjoyable.

    What a fun surprise on Starz tonight! Loved this movie, the horses and rodeo settings, Bailee and the Sweethearts, the great CW music. Totally enjoyable.

  • Feb 01, 2017

    Slow, predictable but cute.

    Slow, predictable but cute.

  • Aug 18, 2016

    good family drama about the 'sweethearts of the rodeo'

    good family drama about the 'sweethearts of the rodeo'

  • May 29, 2016

    Charming family story about a local female rodeo team who is watched regularly by a young local girl. One day a situation presents itself to try out for them - but will she take it.

    Charming family story about a local female rodeo team who is watched regularly by a young local girl. One day a situation presents itself to try out for them - but will she take it.

  • Feb 29, 2016

    Amazing family movie really recommend

    Amazing family movie really recommend

  • Jan 11, 2015

    its a wonderful movie for all those horse lovers out there

    its a wonderful movie for all those horse lovers out there

  • Dec 07, 2014

    love this movie. ..it matches my life so well when I was a little one

    love this movie. ..it matches my life so well when I was a little one

  • Aug 10, 2014

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  • Feb 13, 2014

    This is a touching story with some likable characters, but I really can't take this movie seriously. The dialog is cheesy as hell, and I'm not a big fan of the religious references. The plot is totally formulaic and predictable (though I did expect the Sweethearts to put up more of a protest when Ida first joins them). Pretty much everything just goes in Ida's favor. Ida is outgoing and feisty, but she's a brat with a sense of entitlement, especially in the first half of the movie when she's a streetrat stealing from people right and left. Her mercurial temper and wild mood swings are exhausting to watch. All that drama with Ida and her mom, and with Rebecca and Kansas, were annoying. This movie is loaded with ridiculous cheese and sappy moments, and is really best enjoyed as an unintentional comedy. For me, the best thing about this movie, and why I even bothered to watch it in the first place, is that it was filmed in Stillwater, so I could see familiar Stillwater locales. (Disappointingly, in the movie Stillwater became "Landon". What, Stillwater's not good enough for you?) We get to see a dance scene in Outlaws (which looked WAY cleaner and nicer in the movie than it does in real life). We get to see a dramatic fight outside of The Barn, with Cowboy Laundry (where I do my laundry every few weeks!) plainly visible in the background - for some reason I found the idea of these people airing out their stupid drama just across the street from where I do my laundry to be hilarious. And we get to see the 6th Avenue Walmart, where upstanding regular folk do all their shopping (not to be confused with the far busier and trashier Perkins Road Walmart). There are some good country music songs too, like "C'mon" by Amber Hayes.

    This is a touching story with some likable characters, but I really can't take this movie seriously. The dialog is cheesy as hell, and I'm not a big fan of the religious references. The plot is totally formulaic and predictable (though I did expect the Sweethearts to put up more of a protest when Ida first joins them). Pretty much everything just goes in Ida's favor. Ida is outgoing and feisty, but she's a brat with a sense of entitlement, especially in the first half of the movie when she's a streetrat stealing from people right and left. Her mercurial temper and wild mood swings are exhausting to watch. All that drama with Ida and her mom, and with Rebecca and Kansas, were annoying. This movie is loaded with ridiculous cheese and sappy moments, and is really best enjoyed as an unintentional comedy. For me, the best thing about this movie, and why I even bothered to watch it in the first place, is that it was filmed in Stillwater, so I could see familiar Stillwater locales. (Disappointingly, in the movie Stillwater became "Landon". What, Stillwater's not good enough for you?) We get to see a dance scene in Outlaws (which looked WAY cleaner and nicer in the movie than it does in real life). We get to see a dramatic fight outside of The Barn, with Cowboy Laundry (where I do my laundry every few weeks!) plainly visible in the background - for some reason I found the idea of these people airing out their stupid drama just across the street from where I do my laundry to be hilarious. And we get to see the 6th Avenue Walmart, where upstanding regular folk do all their shopping (not to be confused with the far busier and trashier Perkins Road Walmart). There are some good country music songs too, like "C'mon" by Amber Hayes.