All Roads Lead Home

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1 h 52 min20207+
When Belle, struggling with the loss of her mom, is sent to live with her grandfather, she soon becomes the savior of all living things! An old race horse and Atticus the dog change Belle's life, and in turn the life of those who love her.
Directors
Dennis Fallon
Starring
Peter CoyoteJason Londonvivien Cardone
Genres
Drama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Supporting actors
Peter BoylePatton Oswalt
Producers
Dennis FallonCharles W. Nelson
Studio
Vision Films
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4.1 out of 5 stars

183 global ratings

  1. 65% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 11% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 9% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 2% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 13% of reviews have 1 stars
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Christie A NelsonReviewed in the United States on November 24, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Wholesome, realistic, and full of hurting hearts made whole
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I really enjoyed the movie because it's wholesome, realistic, and because so many hurting hearts were made whole. It's a happy-ending movie which are not so common place in today's world. It takes place in the country on a beautiful horse ranch with fabulous real life interaction between people and animals. It shows that love really does win out. Life lessons of can be gleaned from the movie as well. The movie is appropriate for kids and adults of all ages, but it is not like the action-packed movies like some kids feel like they gotta have. Give them this one and tell them this is the kind of movie that will help them become a better version of themselves. Give them the assignment to make note of the life lessons they can learn from it, and then you as parents, take the time to talk to them about it after you've seen it with them. Just don't take the fun out of them discovering and learning for themselves. As you watch with your kids, refrain from pointing out life lessons you see or from making too many comments at all. Let them take the lead. You simply be the facilitator when it's over. If they can't seem to stay with it for whatever reason, watch it to a certain point, then stop, and talk about it. Continue it the next break or the next day. It's really not boring at all, but as I said, some kids are used to watching shoot'em up, bash'em in, blow'em up kind of movies. This is definitely not that kind of movie, and we can be thankful that there are still decent movies being made today.
7 people found this helpful
Life with TwinsReviewed in the United States on January 30, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Beautiful Horses and Cute Puppies, Girl is a Brat start to finish. Men are bad. Skip it!
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If you want to teach your child how NOT to behave in the face of adversity this would be it. The adults for the most part are idiots, especially the men. Completely unrealistic and insulting to watch. It's the equivalent of a 4th grader saving the world with her wisdom. A veterinary movie where reality is not a factor and has no costs to achieve your perceived goals. Scary how the world is emulating its art! It's painful to watch in so many aspects. Parents need to be aware of the underlying agendas that lurk in movies like these. Kind of shocked how there's no negative feedback regarding the African America actors portrayal, as if just emancipated from his imperialist boss and doesn't know what to do with himself. A different review mentioned this being a Christian film, I see no evidence of anything Biblical in any shape or form. If anything, it's the antithesis of God's commands for children and care of animals. If you want a good horse, child, vet, movie seek out: All Creatures Great and Small, The Man from Snowy River, Sea Biscuit, War Horse, or Black Stallion 1979.
4 people found this helpful
QueenOPearlsReviewed in the United States on April 4, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
What an amazingly life supportive movie!!
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I love the tribute to Peter Boyle at the end. So respectful and kind to such a talented and kind individual.
May all those who hurt non-humans on purpose suffer the same fate. All life is sentient. Just because we don't know their "language" (yet) does NOT mean they are not intelligent, emotional and creative.
I do not need feedback.
4 people found this helpful
Kindle CustomerReviewed in the United States on January 25, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Completely unrealistic pap.
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Parents/adults are misguided and likely evil. Only our brave preteen heroine has the compassion and intelligence to redeem them.
6 people found this helpful
xReviewed in the United States on November 1, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Unwatchable
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Leftist propoganda.
9 people found this helpful
Jose GuevaraReviewed in the United States on December 12, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Trite Beginning
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This is the second film, I've seen today with the same type of beginning. In the film, "Useless" someone dies in a car crash while not keeping their eyes on the road because she's looking for a hat. In this film, the female driver loses her life while NOT KEEPING HER EYES ON THE ROAD while tending to something in the back seat during a hard rainy night. Maybe next time, someone could be killed by a hungry bear while they are dressed like Lady Gaga covered with steak. Although, it would be gruesome at least it would be a different idea. Anyway, who are these people who insist on not looking at the road? Driving tip #1. Keep your eyes on the road and then you'll get home.
Cat DoorReviewed in the United States on June 30, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good story, A exagerrated characterizations, Entertaining, Well acted, Fun
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My title says it all: I liked it even though it was unrealistic that the 10-year-old more or less single-handedly solves everything. I am sure she inspired people and was saner than some people are. That is realistic. In the movie, the adults are at first dumb and then seem to be too nice and the kid is more persuasive than would be likely. However, I think it is GREAT entertainment and it was not necessary that it be more realistic! It is just good fun, light, easy, with a happy ending. It can restore one's faith in mankind.
Born Again Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Did not live up to its potential
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The storyline was all over the place. I actually like slow moving movies that gradually build. However this movie just could not get out of it's own way. I love horse movies like Moon dance alexander and Camp Harlow and The Long Shot, but I just could not get into this movie.
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