All Hat 2007 R CC

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Based on a novel by top selling author Brad Smith, All Hat is an exciting and breathtaking western tale. When Ray is let out of jail, his worst troubles are just starting. Full of thoroughbred racing, guns and romance, All Hat is a powerful film you don't want to miss.

Starring:
Luke Kirby, Keith Carradine
Runtime:
1 hour 32 minutes

All Hat

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Genres Western
Director Leonard Farlinger
Starring Luke Kirby, Keith Carradine
Supporting actors Noam Jenkins, Lisa Ray, Rachael Leigh Cook, David Alpay, Ernie Hudson, Joel Keller, Graham Greene, Gary Farmer, Stephen McHattie, Michelle Nolden, Lorne Brass, Michael Mahonen, Ellen-Ray Hennessy, Charlotte Laurier, Tony Rannelli, Brooke Johnson, Nigel Hamer, Doug Murray
Studio Screen Media
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Roger Bagula on May 29, 2008
Format: DVD
Sort of a slow western switch in which the good guys
beat the bad rich villain. It involves horse stealing,
a very fast female jockey and a fellow who did time for
beating up the bad guy. The acting is casual and good
and the ranch setting is pretty near real.
The small ranchers as usual are losing it all...
historically, it very hard to make a small spread to
support a family. In the end the good guy gets his girl
and the bad guy gets the shaft:
what more could we ask for in a western?
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 22, 2009
Format: DVD
All Hat (Leonard Farlinger, 2007)

I liked All Hat when I read it a few years ago, and when I found out a movie version had been made, I was a little hesitant to see it; after all, how many decent books have been ruined by awful movies? I finally screwed up my courage and gave it a watch tonight, however, and I needn't have worried; while I liked the book, I loved the movie. It's gutsy, funny, and sharp, and it actually loses some of the inevitable confusion one gets in a book that starts you off with a big ensemble cast; the characters are more distinct here than they are on the page, in my estimation.

All Hat is your classic Heist film, though as envisioned more recently by Tarantino or Mamet; there's a great plan, but Murphy's law dominates as soon as the execution begins. Set on the wide plains of Ontario, All Hat stars a number of different groups involved in all this. First of all, there's Ray Dokes (The Stone Angel's Luke Kirby); if there's a male lead, he's it. Ray just got out of prison after two years he served for assault (the relation of the details of the assault is one of the movie's funniest scenes, if in a low-key way). While he's getting back on his feet, Ray is staying with Pete Culpepper (Keith Carradine), a blue-collar trainer at a local racetrack who helps Ray land a job as a roofer. Ray's a good, hardworking kid, but trouble tends to find him. Usually it's the kind of trouble with an hourglass figure. There's existing tension between Ray and his ex-girlfriend Etta (Lisa Ray of The World Unseen), but there's also Pete's young, vivacious exercise rider Cassie (Rachael Leigh Cook, who should need no introduction) to draw Ray's eye. And after all this, I'm just done describing the first group! I'll stick with one other.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MEE MEE on January 13, 2012
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IF YOU DON'T MIND A LITTLE SWEARING(F WORD), IT'S REALLY NOT A BAD MOVIE. NICE SINPLE WRITTING, SIMPLE MESSAGE, WELL ACTED BY ALL OF THE CAST. LISA RAY CONTINUES TO SHOW HER FLEXABILITY AS AN ACTRESS. I AM GOING TO WATCH IT AGAIN.
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By Kelly D Jackson on September 18, 2014
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I wanted to see Lisa Ray in another movie after seeing her & Sheetal in "I can't think straight". It was fun & so was the movie, pleasantly surprised. You can also see Lisa in "Water" & Sheetal Sheth in "abcd" & "Three Veils". I've seen the latter & it was excelllent. They both star together in "The world unseen" also wonderful film.
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