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Montana Sky

4.4 out of 5 stars 115 customer reviews

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A strange deal is struck with three sisters after the death of their father--they must live together on his ranch in order to inherit the riches he has left behind for them. Complications arise as the estranged sisters try to adapt to living together while also attempting to thwart people who don't want them to succeed. Based on Nora Roberts novel.

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  • Actors: Ashley Williams, John Corbett, Charlotte Ross
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 7, 2007
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000R7G9D8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,006 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Montana Sky" on IMDb

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"Montana sky", based on a novel of the same title written by Nora Roberts, is an entertaining movie that even those that have not read Robert's book will like.

The story begins with the funeral of Jack Mercy, a multimillionaire rancher that dies suddenly, leaving "Mercy ranch" to his three daughters, Willa (Ashley Williams), Tess (Charlotte Ross) and Lily (Laura Mennell). These three young women have different mothers and don't know each other, but will have to live together for a year as stipulated in Jack's will, if they don't want to lose their inheritance. Jack's interference doesn't end there: as autocratic in death as he was during his lifetime, he has left two overseers for a year, and one of them is Willa's hateful neighbour, Ben (John Corbett).

Willa, the only one of the sisters that lives and works in the ranch, along with her half-brother Adam (Nathaniel Arcand), resents her sisters' presence, and the fact that she now has to deal with Ben daily. But not everything is what it looks like, and sometimes what seems like bad luck can turn out to be for the better. When a dangerous stalker threatens them, Willa, Tess and Lily will need to trust each other, and the men around them, in order to survive.

Sounds interesting? Well, it is :) Truth to be told, I was somewhat afraid to watch this film, because I didn't think such a great novel could become a movie without losing the nuances that make it so good, but Mike Robe (the director) managed to avoid making an oversimplified version of "Montana sky". Even though this movie is quite different from the book, and despite the fact that several story lines have been omitted or modified, the spirit of the story is still there, and I believe you will enjoy it. That is the reason why I can recommended it to you...
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Montana sky is the story of a bitter rancher who dies and forces his 3 daughters to farm his ranch for a year in order to inherit the estate. They don't know each other before hand, but they all grow to love the idea and live happily ever after.

The story line for Montana Sky seems almost irrelevant watching this film. Those who are hardcore fans of Nora Roberts might be satisfied when any of her stories are made into movies. While I will admit that this movie was fun to watch (hence the 2 stars), it's mostly fun for the wrong reasons.

The story is based on Nora Roberts novel, but the teleplay was written by April Smith. Every cliche' in the book is used in this movie. The people are so country, the ranch feels more Texas than Montana. The girl from LA is called "Hollywood," and she wears revealing outfits even when doing farm work. The sister from Virginia is the stereotypical frail escapee of an abusive marriage. John Corbett is the traditional eye-candy whose character is only there to suck-in the target market of 40 year old women. Farmhands named Ham, Pickles, and the like are thrown in too. Not to mention a Native American who talks about how the "white man always tries to make a profit off of nature." Are you kidding me?

The film is so inaccurate it's hilarious for ANYBODY who has ever been on a real farm. There is a scene where they need 4 people to herd about 100 cattle, even though there's supposed to be thousands on their ranch. Ridiculous! You don't need 4 farm hands to herd 8 dozen cattle! I guess they thought they could use smoke and mirrors to make them look like many more. It doesn't work. Who has only 100 head of cattle on what is supposed to be a 24 million dollar ranch!!!

So why is this movie still enjoyable?
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I love Nora Robert's books and movies. Montana Sky deserves 5-stars and then some.

In order to inherit their deceased father's Montana ranch and multimillion-dollar estate, three, estranged half-sisters are required to live on the ranch one full year.
Jack Mercy made it clear in his will...live together or get nothing.

Three sisters with varying personalities.

Lily Mercy, is soft-spoken, bearing the eyes of a doe. She hasn't any choice but to stay after freeing herself from an abusive ex-husband,
Tess a blond bombshell, lives in CA, doing bit parts in movies. Her best role of late is to convince her sister's she left Hollywood a starlet, however her career had been wavering. She too needs her share of the fortune.
Willa, the youngest, lived on the ranch since birth. A cowgirl. Though petite, she felt she was capable of handling chores most male helpers did.

Although irked about their father's wishes, Lily, Tess and Willa agreed to live on the ranch the entire duration. In the beginning, they got on each other nerves, although Lily did as told and attempted getting along with everybody.

One night, Lily and Tess surprise Willa when they invite her to bathe nude in a huge, round vat of a tub. The room is glowing with candlelight.
Willa unabashedly removes her clothing, settling in the tub.
For the first time since the reading of the will, they converse in civilized tones.

Life on the ranch is looking brighter until the odor of death permeates the air. Decapitated cattle are found. Soon after, a farm hand is discovered mutilated.

Who will be next? And why?

Anyway, I recommend watching Montana Sky.. The suspense of this Thriller is something you won't forget.
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