Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron Movie Review
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is an animated story about a wild horse & his adventures through the American Frontier. Check out our review & see if its worth convincin the rents to go.
Matt Damon narrates, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, the animated story of a wild horse named Spirit and his adventures through the American Frontier in the 1800s. The young mustang runs wild guiding his Cimarron herd across the country until one unfortunate day he is captured by man.
Spirit remains a prisoner until he makes his big escape with a young Lakota Indian named Little Creek who becomes imprisoned. Just when Spirit thinks he's free to high-tail it home back to his herd, Little Creek ropes him up at his camp. At first Spirit is angry and disappointed that he's still a prisoner but Little Creek treats him well and introduces him to his beautiful horse, Rain. It isn't long until the two horses fall in love.
The story doesn't end there... the two horses are thrown into a series of scary events that tear them apart and lead them on some wild adventures.
The animation in Dreamworks' Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is pretty cool but the soundtrack is kinda annoying. The entire soundtrack is sung by Bryan Adams. One or two songs would be all right but the whole soundtrack was a bit much. It was pretty cheesy. The other downfall is that the first 25 minutes of the movie are pretty slow. If you're 13 or younger you'll probably enjoy Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron but if you're a little older you might wanna put your allowance money towards somethin' else.
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