Brittany Runs a Marathon
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A good continuation of the story.
A lack of Walken and an emphasis on Glenn Close. I had no idea this was a sequel. I actually saw this before the first one.
Nice sequel....we wonder what separation might do to Sarah and Jacob as Sarah leaves him in Kansas and returns to her home of Maine... you grow to love this family!
An excellent movie. The ideal sequel to a classic!
Sarah and the children travel to Maine when the farm is failing due to drought. A whole cast of characters greet Sarah and the children and make them feel welcome.
We watched this one again last night. A good story about the hardships on the Kansas prairie during the drought.
Despite the serious possibility of this being a disaster, the movie is actually just as good as the original.
It was a little funny but overall it was horrible
Better than the first film, but still hampered by the ponderous dialogue (and a moment of gross over-acting by Glen Close).