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Flicka 2

posted by Nell Minow
B
Lowest Recommended Age:All Ages
MPAA Rating:Rated PG for some reckless behavior
Profanity:Very mild language
Nudity/Sex:Kisses
Alcohol/Drugs:None
Violence/Scariness:Risk-taking and peril, rattlesnake
Diversity Issues:None
Movie Release Date:2010
DVD Release Date:May 4, 2010

Flicka 2 is a straight-to-DVD sequel of the most recent version of Flicka, the kid-and-a-horse story that goes back to the 1941 novel, My Friend Flicka, which inspired sequels, movies, and a 1956-57 television series.

In this latest version a city girl (Tammin Sursok) who has been living with her mother and grandmother comes to the country to live with a dad she barely knows (Patrick Warburton, Puddy from “Seinfeld”). It is very hard on her as everything feels strange and unwelcoming. And then she meets Flicka, the mustang, and realizes that they are alike, both high-spirited, sensitive, and in need of affection. Country singer Clink Black co-stars and is featured in one of the DVD extras along with more information about mustangs.



  • Jacquelyn Baier

    I really want this movie so badly. I liked the first one a lot, even though it was very sad.

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