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Two Bits & Pepper with bonus digital download

3.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Ty and Katie love to ride their horses, Two Bits and Pepper. But when Ty disobeys her parents' rules and rides to town, she finds herself in a world of trouble. Angry about the consequences, Ty runs off to Katie's house while her parents frantically search for her. But just as the girls head to bed, two amateur kidnappers (Joe Piscopo, in a dual role) break in and capture the friends, holding them for ransom. Now the heat is on to bring the girls home safely—and joining the search are the biggest heroes of all...Two Bits and Pepper.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Joe Piscopo, Dennis Weaver, Lauren Eckstrom, Rachel Crane
  • Directors: Corey Michael Eubanks
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004H9ZQA4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,832 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By anonymous VINE VOICE on October 8, 2005
Format: VHS Tape
My 7 year old daughter and I rented & watched this movie last night. We should have shut it off. For some reason, we thought it would get better, but it never did. At first, it looked like it would be an entertaining tale about 2 girls being kidnapped by a couple of buffoons. However, there was nothing entertaining about this. It was just, plain scary for my little girl. The scenes where the 2 goofy kidnappers stalked the girls were much too suspenseful and realistically scary. The pony's recurring nightmare of his mother being killed was also very frightening and disturbing.

I wouldn't really recommend this movie to anyone. It wasn't well done at all and it wasn't one bit entertaining. Furthermore, it petrified my little girl. I wish I could give it zero stars. I have nothing good to say about this movie.
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I honestly don't see why people are saying this movie is so horrible. It is very clearly rated PG, so why would they think it was intended for little kids? This movie is not for really young kids. The kidnappers can be scary, though not much worse than the ones in Home Alone. The final scenes when the horses go to rescue the girls can also be scary, though again no more so than many other PG movies putting animals in dangerous situations, like Far From Home, Dinosaur, or even the Bear (which is also PG, yet I doubt any parent would let a sub-10 year old watch it)!

As for the movie itself, it is an interesting tale of two girls and their two horses. Two-Bits is a little pony, haunted by nightmares of his mother being killed by a drunk driver who when he was still young. As a result, he can be a little insecure, so he frequently sneaks out of the barn so sleep outside his young owner, Tyler's, window. Pepper is an older gray horse, owned by Tyler's family, but always ridden by Tyler's best friend Katie. He is a little rough on Two-Bits, but also a little wise about the world and ready to listen when Two-Bits nightmares wake him up. The girls decide to ride the horses into town, against Tyler's parents specific instructions not to. They figure they won't get caught, but of course Tyler's mom happens to be in town. When confronted, Tyler has a fight with her mom and "runs away" to Katie's because her parents let her down anything she wants.

The small town they live in has become the target of two somewhat stupid, but scary pair of brothers who are looking for a rich kid to kidnap for ransom. Tyler and Katie, of course, become the targets of the bungling criminals when they realize they are alone because Katie's parents are on vacation and her big sister is out on a date.
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Why oh why do they allow people who know nothing about horses to make horse movies? This movie is wrong on so many levels. Wrong on how horses really behave, wrong on parenting, wrong on showing children how to make wise decisions.

The movie starts of promising, two girls (Katie and Tyler) riding their beloved horses in a very picturesque country, everything is beautiful about the opening scenes. Then my seven year old asks, "why did she dip the paintbrush in the paint and walk around the house to paint the wall? It's going to take her all day." This was the first sign of something wrong with movie. it went downhill from there. The seemingly older girl, Katie, begins to pressure the younger (Tyler) to do something her parents expressly forbid--cross the highway with their horses and ride them into town. She eventually comes up with an idea to ride under the highway and not disobey the parents (however they did say not to ride to town).

Then you learn that the pony has reoccurring nightmares of a drunk driver killing his mother and you just cringe as the girls ride to town.The mother sees them and stands in the middle of the road glaring, but never confronts the children. When the Tyler comes home and realizes she's been caught, she runs away. To Katie's house.

The mother falls apart, blaming herself for everything--all the while the daughter is partying with Katie. Dad comes home and the search begins. A man hunt with mounted police, helicopter with a sniper shooting at a car with the little girl to blow out a tire, and sheriffs with guns (but I'll get to that). Although the parents make calls, they never think to drive to Katie's house or their little club house.
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To those parents saying this movie was horrible and terrifying for there children..Did they say this to you or is this what you were thinking. I was a kid when I watched this movie and I loved it. It was a fantastic movie and had me interested the whole time. I truly see no difference in this and 101 dalmations, where the was kidnapping and animal murder. The theme of 101 dalmations was a woman who wanted to skin puppies for there coat! That seems pretty morbid if you ask me, yet its a child classic. Twobits and pepper far less scary than that. I am not here to be mean just spread my two cents like everyone else. Its a great movie and I as a child was in love with this movie and as an adult still feel the same.
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