The Black Stallion details
|Starring:||Kelly Reno, Doghmi Larbi, Clarence Muse, Ed McNamara, John B, Hoyt Axton, Michael Higgins, John Buchanan, Teri Garr, Mickey Rooney, John Burton|
The Black Stallion
|Run time:||1 hour 52 minutes|
|Rental release:||04 Sep 2006|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English, German|
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Engaging for children and a little more artistic than the usual children's filmBy a customer from Birmingham, England , 24 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Although the early part of the film is quite slow the children (6 and 10 years) enjoyed watching and stayed interested. There are some beautiful images in this early part of the film. The pace of the story quickens towards the end with this change illustrating the contrast between beach and city life. The film raised some issues that the children wanted to discuss. I felt it was a refreshing change from the animated and comedy films that the children often watch. I think we all enjoyed this equally.
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Great Family EntertainmentBy a customer from Pershore , 10 Jul 2010
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideI know that we have been here before. 'Seabiscuit' and 'National Velvet' came to mind when watching this movie especially the latter with Mickey Rooney being in the cast. Still ... even though the outcome was obvious ie., boy rides horse to victory, the film was very well shot especially when Alex and the horse found themselves marooned on an island off the North African coast. The disaster at sea was rather well done as well. This is one to settle down on a wet afternoon. Great fun!
Going back to childhoodBy auntiefi33 (1 review) from Yeovil, England , 28 Apr 2010I was a fan of the black stallion series as a child having all the books. My daughter is now 6rs old and loves horses so we sat and watched the film together. It is still a mindblowing film 30 years on and anyone with a love of horses will enjoy this.
The Black StallionBy a customer from Westhill , 21 Dec 2009A little disappointing but still enjoyable film. Younger children would get bored with it due to hardly any speaking.
The Black StallionBy a customer from Farnham , 28 Sep 2009Really good family film
a hintBy yoelbendavid (2 reviews) from London , 27 Jul 2009this is the old black stallion and you should only get it if you like watching a relationship develop without using words.