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When Felicity meets Penny, a beautiful copper - colored mare, she knows with all her heart that she must free Penny from her cruel owner. Felicity desperately wishes for that same sureness of heart about the rumors of revolution swirling through Williamsburg. Felicity's father believes that the colonies should be free from England's rule, but her beloved grandfather and her best friend Elizabeth both support the king. With fiercely conflicting loyalties dividing the colonists, something as simple as a cup of tea could divide Felicity from her best friend forever. As Christmas draws near, Felicity struggles to hold her family and friends close, and to find ways for love and friendship to rise above the growing conflicts.
I watched this movie as a child more than ten years ago. The terrible fake-crying in the "you're free, Penny!" scene has stuck with me since then, so I decided to watch it again for nostalgia.
Mistake. It was extremely painful to endure.
Not a single character in this movie has any depth or development. The dialog is predictable and boring. Everyone speaks in aphorisms. Felicity is a brat-- her actions are not justified, yet everyone rewards her, time after time?? With the horse, the dress... Bleh.
The horse girl themes are unbearable, as are the patriot vs. loyalist themes. And why is Ben 15 when the actor is 20?
Overall, do not watch this movie, even for nostalgia. Even Molly is better than this.
You're freeeeeeeee! -sobs-
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