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A cynic could wield a lash against "Wild Horse, Wild Ride," but the golden vistas, galloping horses and gracious humans tame us.
You can't help feel you're watching a special kind of love story.
With its gorgeous big-sky vistas, stirring shots of the majestic mustangs and intimate bits between trainers and trainees, "Wild Horse" proves a warm and memorable ride.
This documentary shows the beginning of some beautiful friendships.
This gorgeous-looking documentary is crying out to be remade as a family film feature.
We get some sense of the horses' range of personalities; clearer is the nature of each trainer's attachment.
Spreads the narrative too thin and becomes repetitious over the course of three exhausting months.
Moving docu shows depth of human-horse bond.
A solid little snapshot of sub-cultural curiosity -- engaging and big-hearted, if sometimes politely incurious about the disparate motivations of its subjects.
There's nothing fancy about the technical package...but the beauty of the land and the horses themselves, and the varied personalities of the trainers, more than carry the film.
Frustrations abound with this limited film, but Wild Horse, Wild Ride does one thing exceptionally well, and that is convey the emotional bond between trainer and horse.
These everyday horse whisperers, and their noble steeds, are an inspiration to all.
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