Flicka 2

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Flicka 2
Flicka-2-2010.jpg
Directed by Michael Damian
Produced by
Written by
Starring
Music by Mark Thomas
Cinematography Ron Stannett
Editing by Michael Trent
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • May 4, 2010 (2010-05-04)
Running time 96 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Flicka 2 is a 2010 direct-to-DVD film and sequel to Flicka (2006). This is a movie about a city girl who finds herself in the country not by choice and befriends a horse. Both girl and horse not wanted; have to find a common bond. The film stars Patrick Warburton, Tammin Sursok and Clint Black.[1]

Plot[edit]

After the death of her mother, Carrie McLaughlin (Tammin Sursok) has been living with her grandmother in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When her grandmother needs to go to a nursing home, Carrie has to move in with her father Hank (Patrick Warburton), a rancher in Wyoming, whom she hasn't seen since she was a baby.

Initially reluctant to adapt to country living, Carrie soon meets Flicka, a beautiful black Mustang that previously had belonged to Carrie's cousin Katy (Alison Lohman), who asked Hank to look after Flicka when her father sold their own ranch. Flicka is wild and dangerous and, according to the ranchers, longs for Katy. However, when Carrie is attacked by a rattlesnake, Flicka saves her and the two form a bond. Carrie also meets Jake (Reilly Dolman), an attractive ranch hand hoping to become a country singer, and Amy Walker (Emily Tennant), the proud and arrogant daughter of a neighbour. Although Jake and Carrie take an immediate liking to each other, there is instant animosity between Carrie and Amy, mainly because Amy also likes Jake.

When Carrie disobeys her father's rules regarding visits to the nearest town, Hank decides to punish Carrie by temporarily relocating Flicka to the farm of one of his ranch hands, Toby (Clint Black). After a midnight visit by Carrie, Flicka tries to follow Carrie home to Hank's ranch, but accidentally ends up on the ranch belonging to Amy's father HD Walker (Ted Whittall). Upon entering the Walker ranch, Flicka damages a fence and releases some of HD's prize cows. At Amy's request, HD asks for Flicka as payment for the damage, threatening to turn it into a lawsuit if Hank refuses. Amy then starts training with Flicka for a championship, but performs poorly during the actual competition because of Flicka's fear of the crowd and camera flashes from the audience. HD and Amy decide to have Flicka slaughtered the next day, but Carrie frees the horse during the night and sets her free to join a nearby herd of Mustangs.

One year later, Carrie, Hank, and Toby are riding in the mountains when they encounter the same herd of Mustangs, including Flicka and her newborn foal.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Flicka 2 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [2][3]
No. Title Performer Length
1. "A Beautiful Day"   Clint Black 3:42
2. "Not Your Girl Next Door"   Heather Youmans 3:17
3. "Never Forget You"   Michael Damian 3:49
4. "Save Yourself"   Jory 3:35
5. "No Slowin' Me Down"   Trevor Alan Gilliland 3:34
6. "Just A Little Something For You"   The Molnars 3:53
7. "I'm So Over You"   Heather Youmans 3:08
8. "Worth It To Me"   Trevor Alan Gilliland 4:12
9. "Making Sound"   Cindy Santini 5:20
10. "Still Mad About You"   Michael Damian 4:03
11. "18 Years"   Buck McCoy 3:49
12. "It's You Baby"   Heather Youmans 3:53
13. "Man Of The Law"   Buck McCoy 3:05

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CMT News". Clint Black, Other Cast Members Attend Nashville Premiere of Flicka 2. Country Music Television. 28 April 2010. Retrieved 9 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Home › Reviews › Flicka 2 Original Soundtrack". Flicka 2. Country Weekly Magazine. 
  3. ^ "Original Motion Picture Soundtrack". Flicka 2. Weir Brothers Entertainment. 4 May 2010. Retrieved 9 February 2013. 

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