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Home on the Range [VHS]

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  • Actors: Judi Dench, Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Tilly, Randy Quaid
  • Directors: John Sanford, Will Finn
  • Writers: Brian Pimental, David Moses Pimentel, Davy Liu, Don Hall, Donnie Long
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • VHS Release Date: September 14, 2004
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00029LO18
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,961 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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When a greedy outlaw schemes to take possession of the "Patch Of Heaven" dairy farm, three determined cows, a karate-kicking stallion and a colorful corral of critters join forces to save their home. The stakes are sky-high as this unlikely animal alliance risk their hides and match wits with a mysterious band of bad guys.

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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Douglas M. Downey on September 13, 2004
I am in that period of my life where I am watching a lot of children's programming. The tendency is to start to impose my own adult tastes on these children's movies. I think this is because the bar has been raised with Shrek and other movies that plant plenty of jokes for the parents.

The problem with Home on the Range is the adult jokes are just mildly humorous. The joke does not as much make you laugh as it makes you say to yourself, "Oh yes, they are trying to make me laugh. Cute."

Well guess what, that does not really matter. I have a four year old little girl that loves horses and a two year old boy who loves whatever his sister loves. They talk about that movie non-stop. And they have only seen it twice!

Heaven help me. When the DVD comes out, I will see it another 2...hundred times!!

Bottom line. The people who should like this movie do, not some grown-up reviewing kid's movies with the same scrutiny of a Sundance entry.
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Family Movie Critic on April 10, 2004
"Home on the Range" is the last Disney traditionally animated film due to the increasing demand for computer animation. This film has a lot of heart, and the story hits close to home. Maggie(Roseanne Barr) is a prize winning show cow. When the other cows on her farm where stolen by Alameda Slim, her owner had to sell the farm and give Maggie away to Pearl at Patch of Heaven. The farm appears to be just what it's name suggests, but Pearl has fallen into trouble with the bank, and the farm will be auctioned off if she can't get the money she needs. When the cows hear about the bounty put on caddle rustler Alameda Slim, they set out on a wild west adventure to capture him and collect the reward money to save the farm. However, there are other people after Slim, so it becomes a hilarious race. The film is rated PG, but there really wasn't anything too bad. The reason for the PG rating is burping and slaptick violence. The violence is exactly like what you would see in a Looney Tunes cartoon. That big long lump even appears on peoples heads. I don't think parents will have a problem with the content of this film.
The style of animation is very good. The scenery is so pretty, and the animals are so cute. The voice work is amazing. Dame Judy Dench provides the voice to lead cow on Patch of Heaven, Mrs. Calloway. I wouldn't have pegged Dench to play a western cow, seeing as she is british, but it really does work well, giving her the feeling that she thinks she is better than everybody else. Jenifer Tilly is the voice of my favorite cow in the film, Grace. Grace is a little slow and very peaceful. She provides most of the comic releif during the film. Randy Quaid is the voice of the yodelling outlaw, Alameda Slim. He really is perfect at it, creating the second funnyist Disney villain, just next to Yzma from "The Emporor's New Groove."
"Home on the Range" is the type of Disney film that will please everybody. It has a great story, as well as good humor, and a lot of heart.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Raj on September 9, 2004
Format: DVD
`Home on the Range', Disney's 44th and final hand-drawn animated movie, is a surprisingly good one. Having grown up with the wonderful animated Disney movies, I am a little disappointed that they will not be releasing any more in the future. Just as all Disney animated movies are family-fun oriented, `Home on the Range' succeeds in this manner, as it is a very casual movie filled with lovable characters.

The story comprises of a thief named Alameda Slim, who is wanted in many states for stealing herds of cattle. The farmers go broke after losing all their animals and reluctantly auction their farm for sale. Molly (voice given by Roseanne), a cow, who has lost her home due to this situation, is now brought to a new one known as `Patch of Heaven'. However, things start to go downhill, when Pearl, the owner of the farm, has to put it up for auction as well, since she cannot seem to pay the bills for keeping it. Therefore, Molly, along with two other cows named Mrs.Calloway (voice provided by Dame Judi Dench) and Grace (voice provided by Jennifer Tilly), decide to find some way to obtain the money needed to keep their farm open, by catching Alameda Slim and acquiring the reward money. However, there are many obstacles in their way, which they have to face. Will they succeed in the end?

Home on the Range may not be a classic compared to previous Disney masterpieces such as `Beauty and the Beast', `Aladdin', `Little Mermaid' or `The Lion King', but it has its own charm. The storyline of the movie is simple, giving it the charm of old Disney Classics like `The Fox and the Hound', and not too complicated like `Atlantis, the lost Empire'. The score, composed by Alan Menken, goes exceptionally well with the theme of the movie.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Momma Stacey on September 22, 2004
Format: DVD
I had seen the previews for this movie and hadn't thought much of it. A few days ago while staying home with a sickly 3 year old I decided to treat her to a movie rental. We picked this DVD up and watched it together. She thought the movie was hysterical and sat entranced the whole time. There was a lot going on and the voices were very entertaining. She even understood the emotions of the characters. I myself, thought this movie was adorable and one of the better Disney flicks of late. The formatting of the movie goes back to the old "Fox and the Hound" days, but the color was very vibrant and the Old West scenes were pretty to look at.

I am not sure why some are giving this movie such a hard time. I thought that the yodelling rustler was a riot and the idea of how he rustles was a brilliant one. There was some mild violence, but nothing more than Lion King and nothing as bad as Lilo and Stitch. Hardly any negativity in this movie, the animals were very sad to think they would have to be auctioned off.

My daughter has asked to see this again and again, so we will be buying it for her shortly. She loves Maggie the Cow and the little pigs (bacon bits, LOL) If you don't take yourself to seriously and would like to sit down and enjoy a few hours with a younger child (not sure an older child would be as interested) check this movie out.
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