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Different and sweet, but can border on cheesiness.,
This review is from: War Horse [DVD]  (DVD)
Heart-warming but there are some incredibly cheesy, cringe-worthy moments. The main character love for his horse is a bit overwhelming and maybe a tad unbelievable, that it's a bit painful to watch, like him joining the army to find his horse, I do love the horse, but maybe not as much as he did.
The horse has brilliant scenes, and there are a few rare comedy gems in the film. There are touching moments and sad moments and silly moments that stretches your tolerance and paitence. It also drags in some places, but the touching moments do make up for that.
Worth watching, even if it's for something different.
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Initial post: 30 Dec 2013 11:31:06 GMT
Pamela Yarnold says:
Not so ubelievable. My husband's great-uncle had a horse before WW1, and when it was requisitioned by the War Office he joined up, and managed to stay with his horse right through the war, and brought it home again at the end. He started a milk round and the horse pulled the milk-cart round Bradford streets for many years.
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