Wildfire the Arabian Heart Independent Film

by Michael Vincent
(Burbank, CA)

Wildfire: The Arabian Heart (2009)

Wildfire: The Arabian Heart (2009)

Lindsey a teenage girl is talked into driving across country from Lowell Massachusetts to visit her Uncle Jack in the Midwest who has never recovered from a tragedy in his past. There she falls in love with a ranch hand Logan and finds herself tricked into volunteering for a race at the county fair by the local rich girl Abigail. The problem is she has no riding experience but she just can't back out so she defies the odds and learns enough to compete. Beautifully filmed in the Midwest along a river valley ranch. This is a family styled feature film about a girl coming of age as she connects with her past, lets loose the champion within and meets the love of her life. Lindsey starts out from Lowell and heads out on the road leaving the city life behind to her Uncle Jacks place. Here on a Midwest horse ranch here she makes new friends and meets a horse named Wildfire.

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Sep 02, 2011
great for kids
by: Sarah

I love any horse movie. That being said it was hard to watch the acting in this movie. Now THAT being said. I love the movie. I can watch this with my daughter (3 yrs) and not worry about any thing I wouldn't want her to be seeing. It is a great kids movie. :)

Feb 09, 2011
I selected 1 Star because 0 was not listed
by: Owen Ford

Anonymous July 2010 wrote:
"All I can say is "bravo" an up and coming film director who makes a movie that's family friendly."

I disagree. It's horribly directed, acted edited and promoted. My family couldn't make it through the first 30-minutes of this dud before the kids started complaining about how boring it was. I'm seriously thinking of suing Red Box to get my dollar back. Mr. Vincent please go back to your computer, log on to your script writing soft ware and DELETE IT! Wildfire is cruel and unusual punishment.

Jul 28, 2010
Wildfire the Arabian Heart film worth the buy
by: Anonymous

All I can say is "bravo" an up and coming film director who makes a movie thats family friendly and not yet another horror movie is great.

I will gladly supported his carrer in purchasing this film and to my surprise it was good, not Disney but we all know they have a lot more money to recruit the talent.

I also learned the film received the DOVE Award and have to say hats off to groups like them and KIDS FIRST. As a single parent (dad) it is nice to have a little help in trenches.

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