Thursday, May 17, 2012

Cowgirls `N Angels Movie Review in Theaters 5/25

     Ida, a feisty and rebellious young girl, dreams of one day finding her father, a rodeo rider, whose identity her mom has kept from her. While searching for her dad at a local rodeo, Ida meets the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a team of young female trick riders run by cowboy legend Terence Parker. Terence discovers that Ida is the grand-daughter of a friend who passed away years before, so he decides to help her. Ida joins the Sweethearts and embarks with them on a tour of rodeos throughout the west. Ida hopes to find her father, but she discovers much more, including a love for horses that redefines her life.

     If you are looking for a great family movie that you and your children can watch together, this is the film for you!  I watched this with my 8 year old daughter and she really enjoyed it.  Sadly, The movie hit home for me because my daughter, Hailey, is the same way as  Ida.  Headstrong, stubborn, and ill willed.  Although Ida had it in her mind to find her father we are not sure what is going on with Hailey.

     After watching this film it has really made me want to become a trick rider.  This is coming from someone who is terrified to ride just sitting on their backs.  However, I love the Rodeo and this film really just brought that love out and I was amazed at some of the things these ladies did.   This film also put into perspective for me what life should really be about.  It is not always what or who we know, but sometimes things happen to us for a reason.  And we should learn from those things and move on, not dwell on the bad but look forward!

     When watching Cowgirls N Angels I felt excited, happy, surprised and sad.  It is a must see for everyone..  It comes out in Theaters May 25 and is rated PG.  You can find Cowgirls N' Angels here on Facebook.  You can like their page and let them know that Southern Mom of 4 sent, and you can't wait to watch the film.  Leave me a comment and let me know what you think about the trailer.

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