"Bravery in the Face of Wild Horses"
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SPIRIT UNTAMED is a satisfying, entertaining movie for the whole family, with a strong, uplifting moral worldview. The movie shows that we should love others and treat animals with respect and love. It also promotes responsibility and patience. Lucky and her friends are smart girls who are brave in any circumstance. These are honorable characteristics for young audiences to see. SPIRIT UNTAMED is a fine movie for all ages.
SPIRIT UNTAMED is an enjoyable animated adventure about a girl named Lucky who goes to live with her father in the country, where she longs to tame a beautiful wild horse, but her father understands the danger she faces. SPIRIT UNTAMED tells a wholesome, satisfying story for the whole family and has a strong moral worldview teaching patience, bravery, responsibility, and looking out for the welfare of others, including animals.
Lucky often gets into trouble and wants to play with children her own age. When she wrecks an event, she’s sent to live with her father in the country. Her Aunt Cora takes Lucky on the train to her father’s. While riding on the train, Lucky sees some beautiful horses running alongside the cars.
When Lucky arrives at her father’s house, he isn’t prepared for Lucky, or Aunt Cora. In fact, he’s still trying to figure out how to care for his daughter, because his wife, Lucky’s mother, died when Lucky was very young. Lucky’s mother was a rider with a local trick riding team, and it was actually a horse accident that resulted in Lucky’s mother falling and passing away.
Lucky is excited when she learns that the wild horses she saw from the train are now in the town where she’s living. There’s one specific horse which she seems to have a connection, but he’s not tamed. Lucky wants to spend the time training and taming the horse, but it looks like there is a gang of men who want to take the wild horses and sell them for a profit.
It isn’t too long before Lucky makes friends with two girls who live near her father’s house. They both have horses and give Lucky advice on how to tame this beautiful horse. When Lucky
and her friends hear about the gang of men stealing the horses, they are saddened and plan to get the horses back from the men.
SPIRIT UNTAMED is a moral movie with positive themes for viewers of all ages. The movie shows that we should love others and treat animals with respect and love. Lucky has to learn patience, responsibility and how to care for others, including animals. Lucky and her friends are smart girls who are brave in any circumstance. These are honorable characteristics for young audiences to see.
SPIRIT UNTAMED is a well-made, enjoyable, wholesome movie for the whole family. It will captivate younger viewers but may not be as interesting for older audiences. Parents and grandparents, however, will gladly watch SPIRIT UNTAMED and be thankful for its wholesome content.
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