What a big disappointment! Well dinner and the company before was very enjoyable. But for the movie I thought I went to the wrong theater and was watching a chic flick. There was maybe 4 min of riding, at a Rawhide school day, in the first 50 min of the film! I was a little worried when at the very beginning they said they had to "reshoot" some riding scenes 3 times to get the right shot. I wonder how many times they reshot the finish scenes were the women hugged them like they had been gone 8 months, not the 8 days. I will gladly spoil this for anyone who didn't see it! There was more video of them circle-jerk talking then there was riding. Two characters, the shrink and the dad, were competing for who could have the deepest, most profound, and self reflecting comment of the film. I agree with Jayhawkfan that the 2 boys both being straight was the biggest plot twist of the film, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Joe's bbq for dinner was good and the stories I heard of rides taking place in Norway and New Mexico was a lot better entertainment than the movie ever was. Those stories made me want to go ride! Thank you all for a very enjoyable evening!!!
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Anything with wheels is inherently dangerous. If you are concerned about your safety & well-being, I suggest walking, as a safe alternative
"This country has nothing to fear from the crooked man who fails. We put him in jail. It is the crooked man who succeeds who is a threat to this country."
Memphis, TN, October 25, 1905
This seems to have contemporary irony