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American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)

4.2 out of 5 stars 290 customer reviews

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Meet nine-year-old Saige, a talented artist with a passion for horses, in this modern-day story about finding your voice! Saige is excited about the new school year, until she discovers that art—her favorite class—has been cut. On top of that, her best friend, Tessa, seems to be spending more and more time with another girl. For help, Saige turns to her grandma Mimi (Jane Seymour), a well-known artist and horsewoman, who inspires her to take action. Can Saige find the courage to overcome her fears, and save the art program and her friendship with Tessa? Heart-warming, empowering, and fun, it’s a movie for every girl who has ever dreamed big.

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  • Product Details

    • Actors: Jane Seymour, Sidney Fullmer, Alex Peters, Alana Gordillo, Mika Abdalla
    • Directors: Vince Marcello
    • Writers: Jessica O'Toole, Amy Rardin
    • Producers: Debra Martin Chase, Jean A. McKenzie
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Ultraviolet, Color, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
    • Subtitles: French, Spanish
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 2
    • Rated:
      NR
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    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: July 2, 2013
    • Digital Copy Expiration Date: May 2, 2016 (Click here for more information)
    • Run Time: 200 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (290 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00C9VZ73S
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,631 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    By J. Bell on September 2, 2013
    Format: Amazon Video
    My daughter has been patiently waiting to see this for weeks, and it took a thousand times more patience at fortitude for me to sit through this drivel.

    Let's just forgive the fact that everyone in the cast is overacting, over-enunciating every line to the point of being comical, and that their facial expressions are glued on their faces. (Although I give them credit- they all have more expressions than Kristen Stewart...which would only have to be two.) I'm letting this slide because nearly all kids' "Hallmark" style movies have bad acting and dialog.

    My beef with this movie comes from the basic believability on all levels, and how this affects the target audience.

    While watching the movie, I looked up the character's bio. The make-up, hair, clothes, allowance amount mentioned by Saige is all appropriate for a 14-15 year old. This girl is supposed to be 10. If they had merely changed the age, I would have no problem with it. Instead, they all look far too old and made up for their age, with FAR too much attention drawn to their appearance, and this is exactly what I felt safe knowing American Girl was NOT promoting.

    Next, the "talent" aspect...These kids have abilities more in line with high schoolers. My 10-year old daughter walked away from this movie feeling bummed out and disappointed that she and her friends have nowhere near the talent level of the girls portrayed in the movie. I tried to explain to her that this was NOT normal, that virtually NO elementary aged kids write songs with full harmony, play the guitar and the piano while they sing, and paint like that.
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    I bought Saige for my 10 year old and 8 year old granddaughters who have American Girl Dolls. They were so excited that you would have thought that I gave them a million dollars. My granddaughters absolutely loved this movie and couldn't wait to watch it again when it was over.
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    We are a hardcore American Girl family, with lots of dolls and collectibles, all the movies, and 3 little girls (and their mama!) playing with these items and engaging in these stories every day. We have read all the books and were VERY excited for this movie's release. The books were favorites for my daughter, who is very much like Saige.

    So it is with great disappointment that I must proclaim this to be everyone's LEAST favorite AG movie. The script is filled with platitudes and cliches, the soundtrack is repetitive and overbearing, the story is thin, Jane Seymour is dreadful (get a dialect coach, already!) and as a previous reviewer stated, the horseback riding scenes are comically bad. The close-ups throughout the film are distracting and badly filmed. It's a direction debacle. And Teh Drahmahz! and the giggling, and the BFFs! are nauseating. Even my 7 and 9 year olds were rolling their eyes and calling out "CHEEEEESY!" at our first viewing.

    Positives:
    1. I want to visit Albuquerque now!
    2. The little actress who plays Saige is darling and might be good with a different director, in a different film.
    3. The character of Luis is wonderful. All my girls like him best out of every cast member!
    4. The film does a good job of portraying the struggles of a deeply introverted, highly sensitive young girl.
    5. The opening scene is wonderful, inspiring, and lovely.

    I wish this had been a better film. My daughters and older boys agree. It's at the bottom of the AG pile.
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    EVERYTHING about this movie was ridiculous, and I say this as a big fan of American Girl.

    Compared to historical characters, these new characters really pale in comparison. Felicity, Samantha, Kit, and Molly survived wars and the Great Depression, saved lives, death with the deaths of loved ones, fought child labor laws, and took in war refugees. Saige's biggest issues are:
    1. Not getting school art classes. What is she going to learn in a public school art class? Making clay ashtrays? Coloring with a coffee can full of broken crayon stubs? Her grandma is a famous artist, and at the age of ten she already paints like Van Goh!
    2. Riding her grandmother's horse in a parade holding ribbons over her head. Saige already knows how to ride and the horse has ridden the parade many times, so it's not like she's taming a mustang. And, in the big parade scene in the movie, she's surrounded by four handlers who run (in cowboy boots!) alongside the horse.

    The economics don't make sense, either. The girls spend about $50,000 to earn $5,000 to save the school art program. Who ever heard of a public school program costing $5,000? $5,000 wouldn't cover the color copies the girls made to advertise their various money-making schemes. And Disney can't put together a more professional stage show (which, curiously, is made up of only one number) than the one supposedly completely choreographed and staged by elementary school kids.
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