You Lucky Dog

You Lucky Dog

DVD - 2010
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Metropolitan working woman Lisa Rayborn returns to her hometown of White Tail Creek to pay respects to her late mother. She discovers the town's cattle ranching heritage has fallen on tough economic times and her own family ranch is struggling. When she meets a local veterinarian, Lisa is determined to make a difference toward saving the community, her home, and her dreams, no matter how impossible they may seem.
Publisher: University City, Calif. : Vivendi Entertainment, 2010.
ISBN: 9780011960821
Branch Call Number: YOU
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (89 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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fr1770 Dec 27, 2015

Amazing how a dog can respond towards a loving owner and turn out to be a hero. Good heartwarming movie for the family.

Sep 26, 2011

This is a Halmark movie and so is great for family viewing (with young children). It takes place on a farm in rural America (and the rural scenery is quite lovely). And of course there is a happy ending,

Mar 10, 2011

This Canadian made-for-tv flick was a bit of a yawner for me I'm afraid. Filmed in Hamilton & the nature trails of the Golden Horseshoe - it tries to capture a US sheep farm setting - but the real shooting locale - and the appearance of B.C.'s Natasha Henstridge, and notable Ottawa actor Lawrence Dane as a sometimes crotchety ol' pop was enough to fulfill the "Canuck content" required to get the generous Canadian tax write-offs. As if that wasn't enough of a financial incentive, the shameless promotion of a certain dog food manufacturer in the film almost made me puke - and also to wonder - just how low notable actors Harry Hamlin & Natasha Henstridge will stoop to these days to make a movie?! I also thought the youthful star of the film, Lucky, was "wrong" for the part. Honestly, if you're one of the other 24 poor saps who are in line for this - watch how unmanageable the dog is with any of the actors trying to keep it in line! Clearly, the other dog that actually won the competition, was the true champion and deserved the accolades that Lucky gets in the end, for a completely different reason. If you've got little kids, however, they might like this film & the timeless messages it's constructed around: Inspiration can come from the darnedest things; and while waiting to be inspired, face life's realities - and your dreams - head-on!

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