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    Flicka
    All headstrong 16-year-old Katy McLaughlin (Alison Lohman) longs for is to work on her family's mountainside horse ranch- yet her father (U.S. Country singer Tim McGraw) insists she finish boarding school. So when Katy finds a mustang in the hills, she sets out to tame the horse and prove she can one day take over the struggling ranch. But when tragedy strikes, it will take all the love and strength the family can muster to restore hope in this sweeping, heartwarming journey that proves dreams really can come true.

    Flicka 2
    Patrick Warburton, Clint Black and Tammin Sursok co-star in this stirring follow-up to the beloved family film, Flicka. Carrie (Sursok) is a big-city teenager whose life is turned upside down when she moves to a horse ranch in Wyoming to live with her father (Warburton). But everything changes when Carrie meets Flicka, a wild, jet-black mustang who's just as free-spirited and strong-willed as Carrie. The two form a special bond and Carrie opens her heart to her father and a handsome, local boy, but when a jealous rival puts Flicka's life in jeopardy, Carrie must do whatever it takes to save her best friend.

    Flicka 3

    When Toby (Clint Black) takes on a job at a stable with Flicka in tow, the owner's teenage daughter Kelly, quickly bonds with the wild horse. Kelly, a budding equestrian rider, hopes to break Flicka for an upcoming competition, despite her mother's (Lisa Hartman Black) disapproval. With the competition approaching, a rival trainer stealing business, and a growing fear they may be forced to sell the stable, Toby steps in to turn things around for the mum and Kelly.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Tim McGraw, Patrick Warburton, Clint Black, Lisa Hartman, Kacey Rohl
    Director:
    Michael Mayer, Michael Damian
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2006, 2010, 2012
    Series:
    Flicka

Flicka 1-3

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  • Description

    Flicka
    All headstrong 16-year-old Katy McLaughlin (Alison Lohman) longs for is to work on her family's mountainside horse ranch- yet her father (U.S. Country singer Tim McGraw) insists she finish boarding school. So when Katy finds a mustang in the hills, she sets out to tame the horse and prove she can one day take over the struggling ranch. But when tragedy strikes, it will take all the love and strength the family can muster to restore hope in this sweeping, heartwarming journey that proves dreams really can come true.

    Flicka 2
    Patrick Warburton, Clint Black and Tammin Sursok co-star in this stirring follow-up to the beloved family film, Flicka. Carrie (Sursok) is a big-city teenager whose life is turned upside down when she moves to a horse ranch in Wyoming to live with her father (Warburton). But everything changes when Carrie meets Flicka, a wild, jet-black mustang who's just as free-spirited and strong-willed as Carrie. The two form a special bond and Carrie opens her heart to her father and a handsome, local boy, but when a jealous rival puts Flicka's life in jeopardy, Carrie must do whatever it takes to save her best friend.

    Flicka 3

    When Toby (Clint Black) takes on a job at a stable with Flicka in tow, the owner's teenage daughter Kelly, quickly bonds with the wild horse. Kelly, a budding equestrian rider, hopes to break Flicka for an upcoming competition, despite her mother's (Lisa Hartman Black) disapproval. With the competition approaching, a rival trainer stealing business, and a growing fear they may be forced to sell the stable, Toby steps in to turn things around for the mum and Kelly.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Tim McGraw, Patrick Warburton, Clint Black, Lisa Hartman, Kacey Rohl
    Director:
    Michael Mayer, Michael Damian
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2006, 2010, 2012
    Series:
    Flicka

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I bought Flicka 1-3 mostly thinking of my daughter, hoping to give her something that she would enjoy when with me (I do not have custody of my children and have very limited time with them, thus having to make the most of what relationship exists with them). I chose Flicka because I remember my sister liking it when I was a kid (I hated it). What I got was not what I expected. I didn't think I would like the films much and I was worried my son would not like them either. What happened was the opposite. My daughter is the one who is a little bored, even though the central character is female, and one would think, this would appeal to a girl. But it is my son who loves these films most, my daughter still likes them, but my son loves them. They've watched both twice already since I got them. Perhaps it's the fact that one of the core themes in these films has to do with relationships between fathers and daughters, and perhaps my daughter finds that a little too close to the bone which causes my daughter to feel a little reticent about them. It's hard to know what goes on in a young person's mind. Whatever, my son loves these films. So now, I am getting them all the Flicka stuff I can for them. I would highly recommend these films. As an adult and as a parent, I find them heartwarming, gentle, challenging, but also life affirming. It's good material for adults and their young children to enjoy together.

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