Dakota's Summer

Dakota's Summer

Cowgirls 'n Angels Dakota's Summer tells the story of Dakota Rose, a cowgirl and competitive trick rider who finds out at the age of seventeen that she was adopted. She secretly sets out to discover the truth about her adoption and meet her birth parents while visiting her grandfather, rodeo legend Austin Rose. At Austin's ranch on break from the Sweethearts of the Rodeo trick riding team, Dakota discovers that family is not defined by blood, but rather personal commitment and by the love they share. Finally at peace, Dakota trains with Austin in order to prepare to rejoin the Sweethearts for their final competition against the talented Lone Star trick riding team and become the champion trick rider she was destined to be.

The Sweethearts of the Rodeo are back! And their newest trick rider still has a lot to learn about competitive trick riding, and herself, too. COWGIRLS N ANGELS DAKOTAS SUMMER tells the story of Dakota, a cowgirl and trick rider who finds out at the age of 17 that she was adopted. While visiting her grandfather, rodeo legend Austin Rose, Dakota secretly sets out to discover the truth about her adoption and meet her birth parents. At Austin's ranch, Dakota come to see that family is not defined by blood but rather personal commitment and enduring love. Finally at peace, Dakota trains with Austin in order to rejoin the Sweethearts for their final competition and become the champion trick rider she was destined to be. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dakota's Summer torrent reviews

Scott H (fr) wrote: An awful movie that starts off with an unnecessary narrator and slowly introduces a plethora of deplorable characters who garner no sympathy as its mildly interesting plot boringly progresses. The dialogue is horrendous and each character ends up becoming a caricature, inducing a ton of eye rolls and and head scratches as to why first-time director Ewan McGregor chose to film things in certain ways. The acting is somewhat decent, but it becomes so boring and so laughably ludicrous that it's commentary - an otherwise interesting one - misses its mark.

Steve D (es) wrote: Benjamin McKenzie is a poor choice but the supporting voice actors and a great story makes year one a great watch for all Batman fans, especially for Frank Miller fans.

Michael U (es) wrote: What stands out here is the acting of Kidman, Eckhart and Teller. A story of a couple that lost their child 8 months ago and how they each learn to cope. A good movie that lets the details unfold gradually.

Chris J (es) wrote: So poor, its ridiculous.

Olga H (it) wrote: loved this movie! engrossing and well-made.

Aisyah J (fr) wrote: pretty good. sappy, very cliche, but watchable. :)

Paul P (ag) wrote: I admire Tim Blake Nelson for making a film like this. No heroes, no hope, no humanity and no happy ending. This is probably the closest a mainstream film will get to capturing the Holocaust. But the delivery of the dialogue seems overwritten and way too rehearsed. Every character knows exactly what they wanna say and fires it back right as the other person stops moving there lips. Showing multiple shots of entire gas chambers filled with naked dead bodies, ash piles etc etc over and over didn't do anything for me. The first shot worked, why put the audience through 2-4 more shots like that? I admire the film for where it went but Tim Blake Nelson doesn't execute it nearly as well as i would've hoped for.

xXSkittleXx (kr) wrote: I love this movie. <3

Yvon M (mx) wrote: A very good movie with an excellent story. I really enjoyed it!

John C (kr) wrote: Pretty cool movie. Caught it on Showtime. It has a lot of different actors and it's funny at times, but also suspenseful.

Ja V (kr) wrote: This movie had a great plot, bringing love into the story line was also great. I love how everything played out, I was even under the impression that the love wouldn't last, in the end the message was clear that love conquers all. Nothing like the first movie but I like them equally. Disney did a great job on both Homeward Bounds, I only wish Disney was still like this!

Marc V (ru) wrote: I really wanted to see this since I'm a big Jason Lee fan, but then I couln't figure out if this movie was trying to be dramatic or funny

David B (br) wrote: This is one of the earliest mockumentaries that has a serious tone to it, and for tech-nerds the first film edited on a digital non-linear editing system. It apparently is also the first feature length film put on the internet. I saw it on VHS. It's one of the strangest films out there, and seems like a fictional approach to rhizomatic film-making, although by no means perfect. Worth a look if you're into being subjected abstract mental gymnastics for 90 minutes - like Waking Life.

Miguel R (mx) wrote: Marathon Man fails to understand its own premise in what's a tedious race that never seems to end

Jackson S (es) wrote: A gritty early Corbucci western. Certainly not his best, but it's a fine indicator of his enviable career.

Emily B (de) wrote: Hmm...well where should I start? The non-existent plot? The laughably bad acting? The kitsch generic soundtrack? And let's not forget that gloriously vibrant gore! Despite it's obvious flaws you can't say that this film is not entertaining. It's basically a handful of torture scenes, led by the delightfully over the top Montag the Magician, with some nonsense about a dippy sport's writer and a strangely enthusiastic female TV host (who's reactions to the torture acts are priceless) thrown in to fill in the gaps. The gore itself isn't exactly realistic, but watching Montag wallow up to his elbows in blood and organs is actually damn enjoyable to watch.