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At 53 minutes Rodeo is saddled up but the next shot leaving the barn the saddle is gone. See more »
Written by James Pierpont (uncredited)
[Incorrectly credited as written by Marcus Franklin Johnston & Alex Chernitskiv]
Performed by Marcus Franklin Johnston
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DON'T WATCH UNLESS YOU FEEL LIKE SCREAMING AT YOUR TV FOR AN HOUR AND A HALF
These women are straight up B*TCHES. I HAVE NEVER IN MY LIFE LIKED THE MAN OF A ROMANCE MORE THAN THE WOMAN BUT LET ME TELL YA THESE MEN ARE ABOUT 20 TIMES BETTER THAN EITHER OF THESE WOMEN DESERVE. I was almost hoping it would stay true to Romeo and Juliet and Juliet would freaking die.
Also the writing is just bad. I swear the script writers ain't never been outside their mansion their entire life or something because it is so unrealistic. The barn dance was sad. I think the girl was making a joke about them dancing with the animals, but it didn't come across as a joke at all. Girl trying to get that dang saddle on a horse when it don't weigh nearly as much as she acts like it does almost killed me and then suddenly she just magically gains some muscle and can get it on just fine the next day??? Like alright, she even uses this god damn brush to brush the horse's hair that is like the brush you would use to scrub the floor or something. Their mane is hair, like our hair, get a real freaking brush. And the worst part was all of the men's hair. It was so greasy and dirty looking. DO THEY THINK WE DON'T HAVE SHOWERS DOWN HERE??
I knew it was going to be bad when I saw it on Netflix, but I didn't know it would make me this angry. If you actually know anything about living in even a slightly more rural place don't watch this unless you feel like screaming at your t.v. for an hour and a half.
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