April 24, 2014

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Cowgirls ‘N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer out now on DVD! #sponsored

Oscar® Winner Keith Carradine* (Cowboys & Aliens) stars alongside a young, popular cast that includes Haley Ramm (X-Men: The Last Stand), Jade Pettyjohn (American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars), and Emily Bett Rickards (“Arrow”) in this inspiring second chapter of the beloved Cowgirls ’N Angels story!

After she receives unexpected news about herself, a 17-year-old girl (Ramm) experiences an exciting, yet challenging life in and out of the rodeo circuit in this wonderful coming- of-age story. Filled with heart, horses and high-reaching adventure, Cowgirls ’N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer is an uplifting reminder that with courage, friendship and passion, anything is possible.

I vaguely remember the first movie coming out, but I never saw it. Now that my little girl and I sat down to watch this installment, I will need to pick up the first one for her to watch as well.  You don't have to see the first one, as this does not appear to be a sequel  but another story about a Rodeo Sweetheart!

This story follows Dakota, a young woman who learns she is adopted.  Dakota goes on a journey of self discovery to search for who she really is and her "real" family.   She does go on to meet her biological mother,  but soon realizes that things happen for a reason. This is a great family movie and when I watched it with my daughter, we were able to talk about what was going on, why Dakota was so upset and why she needed to take the time to find herself. This movie is chalk full of valuable lessons of love and forgiveness.  I really enjoyed this film and the time I had with my daughter watching it!

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*Best Music, Original Song, Nashville, “I’m Easy,” 1975.
Dove Foundation, “All Ages Seal of Approval,” 2014.  

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