The Young Black Stallion


Reviewed by: David Haviland

Ignore the suggestive title. This is actually a sweet, old-fashioned Disney film about a young girl and her horse.

This live-action film is in IMAX format. It fills the added depth with vast desert landscapes and some exciting action.

It's a predictably corny movie, but likely to please its target audience of pre-teen girls.

Reviewed on: 23 Jul 2004
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The story of a friendship between a girl and a horse.
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Director: Simon Wincer

Writer: Jeanne Rosenberg, based on the novel by Walter Farley and Steven Farley

Starring: Richard Romanus, Biana Tamimi, Patrick Elyas, Gerard Rudolf, Ali Al Ameri, Andries Rossoun

Year: 2003

Runtime: 45 minutes

BBFC: PG - Parental Guidance

Country: US


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