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  • Actors: Peter Coyote, Jason London, Peter Boyle, Vivien Cardone, Patton Oswalt
  • Directors: Dennis Fallon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: January 13, 2009
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001HVZO70
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,740 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "All Roads Lead Home" on IMDb

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All Roads lead Home is an award-winning drama for the entire family that will make you laugh and cry. Bell (Vivien Cardone), an animal loving 12 year old, becomes sullen and withdrawn after her mother s death in an automobile accident. Rebelling against her father (Jason London), she is sent to live at the horse ranch of her gruff maternal grandfather (Peter Coyote). With the help of the animals, Belle s work on the farm transforms the entire family. Life and death take on new meaning as the family makes some tough choices involving compassion, trust, and letting go of the past in order to find hope in the future.

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A sweet story full of both loss and love, All Roads Lead Home centers on Belle (Vivien Cardone), a grief-stricken young girl whose mother has died. Her father Cody (Jason London) is unsure of how to parent his 12-year-old daughter alone, so he sends Belle to help her maternal grandpa Hock (Peter Coyote) on his horse ranch. Gruff and to the point, Hock is not sure what to make of Belle, who is as headstrong as she is fragile and reminiscent of his late daughter. Cody, Belle and Hock all care about animals, but they don't necessarily agree on what's best for them. Belle has a very black and white attitude about what's right and wrong. “You don't kill things because they're broken,” she reasons. “You give things a chance.” As she grows to understand that preserving life at all costs isn't necessarily what's best for animals, she allows herself--and her family--some grace and forgiveness. All Roads Lead Home does not fall in the same category as a classic like Old Yeller. But it does tell a heartwarming tale that features some super cute animals, including an adorable, scene-stealing puppy. At times a tad too earnest, the movie (which is inspired by a true story) makes for pleasant viewing that could open up some nice dialogue between parents and children about how compassion comes in many different forms. --Jae-Ha Kim

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Good family movie, good value.
Debra A. Long
I didn't really like the movie much, but it appears to be one that you can take your family too.
Roger Bagula
Like I said, I loved this movie as much as I did the 1st time I watched it 4 years ago.
rc

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Katharine J. Downey on May 7, 2011
Format: DVD
I bought this to watch with my 6-year old daughter, who is mature for her age and horse crazy. I say that because this movie is NOT appropriate for the youngest of this genre's audience. I am glad she did not understand most of it. The theme of death permeates the entire movie... The main character's mother dies in a frightening scene before the opening credits have even run. 2 years later her dad (the local dog catcher) rounds up 17 cats from a grief-stricken old woman only to find out there is no room at the shelter for the cats. The shelter manager's proposed solution to this? Euthanize 17 existing animals to make room! It gets worse. After setting free all of the animals in the pound, Belle is sent to grandfather's horse farm for an "attitude adjustment." As we quickly learn, animals are expendible to Grandpa. On Belle's first day at the farm, we learn that one of Grandpa's prize fillies have suffered a torn suspensory ligament. Now, this is not a broken leg and it is pointed out that this horse earned a lot of money for the farm. Her reward? You guessed it - euthanasia. The fact that she is not "dog food" and merits interrment in the farm graveyard is supposed to make everyone feel better. As I said, death irreparably darkens this movie. A litter of puppies born "imperfect" sentenced to death in the local river... Neighborhood dogs dying back in Belle's home town for no apparent reason. No wonder poor Belle actually thought her father euthanized her mother! It is all too much for this supposedly family-friendly film. The fact that all is not as it seems and the movie gallops furiously to a feel good finish is simply too little too late. I was left feeling depressed and glad it was over... And that my daughter lost interest very early on.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kit Miller on December 19, 2009
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I thought this was a nice movie about family life and growing up, nothing indecent and no bad language that I can recall picking up on. I purchased this movie as a gift for someone that is a real animal lover. I know some people in other reviews worried about explaining euthanasia of the dogs to their children but I think it's something they need to know about and be aware that this really happens in this world and I feel this would be a good teaching moment for the child to learn that they can make a difference when they decide to stand up for something. I did think the acting was kinda weak for an adult viewer, these aren't major celebrities here, and yes maybe that of a made-for-tv movie, but that it was still well done and heartfelt. I felt it had a good storyline with a tear-jerking happy ending. I liked it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By James V. Steele on February 2, 2009
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Iwould recommend this as an excellent family movie emphasizing relationships and strains within families and the love and devotion to all creatures small and large. Beautifully. filmed with a group of talented performers and a final act for Peter Boyle.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Benita S. Richards on January 25, 2009
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I just finished watching this incredible movie and I loved every moment of it! Amazing acting, heart touching story. A perfect family movie. It is a must see or you will miss out on a movie that will deeply touch your heart!
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By rc on March 31, 2009
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This is a great movie for helping kids understand that animals are not to be mistreated, disposed of like old property, and to be valued and treated well. It also demonstrates that you can't be too young to become an animal advocate. I've volunteered at a local animal shelter for 7 years and wished I had an opportunity to start when I was much younger so I could have done much more to help animals.

5/25/2013: Watched it again. As good as the 1st time I watched. I don't get why they could euthanize the dog within a day. Most municipalities keep the dog in quarantine for 10 days for rabies protocol, or perform a more costly necropsy. So that was a bit odd. I had forgotten what happened when the ranch hand tossed the bag into the river.

Not sure what people expected who were disappointed, but this was a nice and well rounded movie, sort of like movies of the past without the things that make up movies today. It's nice to have heartwarming movies like this.

And, I also forgot why the dog bit the ranch hand. Like I said, I loved this movie as much as I did the 1st time I watched it 4 years ago. Teared up again. :)

If you're buying this for kids like 12 and under, it's a great movie. More kids should watch movies like this when their younger. Hopefully it would open a few of their eyes. Of course it won't help everyone, but those few it touches, it'd be worthwhile.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roger Bagula on May 29, 2009
Format: DVD
A teenage girl have trouble dealing with the death of her mother.
She lets loose her Dad's ( town dog catcher) pound animals
and gets in real trouble.
She gets "farmed out" to her grandfather who is a crusty old
horse trader.
The combination of animal rights, dogs and horses
ends up with the creation of a new way.
I didn't really like the movie much,
but it appears to be one that you can take your family too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MPMP on June 22, 2013
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I believed the reviews here, but was disappointed with this DVD. I bought it for my nieces, but it wouldn't hold their interest at all. Unfortunately, this movie is slow, the plot is inane, the acting is mediocre, and overall it is so bad it is embarrassing to watch. I forced my self to sit through the first 7 minutes, then fast-forwarded through the rest of the film, hoping it would get better. It didn't. Look it up on on rottentomatos.com for a more realistic set of reviews. I have watched many "great family movies". This isn't one of them.
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