Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Jeff Fahey; Tushka Bergen and Steven Vidler
Director: Ian Berry
Genres: Westerns, Comedy, Kids & Family
When Alice Richard's Father dies, she is left alone to battle to save the family ranch from a powerful hungry neighbor who wants to control the frontier. Alice's last desperate attempt to save her home depends on her conv... more »
Good modern Western
Andrew | 10/25/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The story takes place in Australia and it revolves around a rich rancher who trades horses but is now in financial debt. Add in a neghbouring bad rich rancher who wants to take over his settlement and you've got a story. Long story short is that the good rancher dies and his daughter played by Tushka Bergen is left with his property/problem. In comes Ben Creed played by Jeff Fahey to help out Alice and the battle for the ranch begins.
The movie itself is pretty good but I was disspointed with this DVD release. The movie is presented in Fullscreen format but near the end it switches to Widescreen for the last few minutes. What the hell? Also, the sound dissapeares for a brief second at one point. The picture quality is acceptable so other than those two annoyances its a solid DVD, the price is good too."
Wrangler - a fansintating story
Ethan Hall | 12/30/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Dear reader, allow me to say that I am a huge fan of the western genre, and this film seemed attracting to me (mainly by the awesome cover art.) I was at my best friend's house when we saw this and as the film progressed I was really impressed by the films character development, the acting performances, the politics of the day and the love triangle was so well told that it kept my best friend's attention and my mine. Now the film does is slow passed and might bore some people, but that all aside it is a fun film to watch. But again if your looking for a shoot em up don't bother. To conclude I will say this, I do recommend it. It is well done for a TV show that aired in the 80s. It's really too bad that today we do not have any western TV shows."