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Saving Sloane

By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Predictable horse drama has some teen drinking.

Movie PG 2021 89 minutes
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Shallow characters, mediocre acting, and a script that plods from one predictable event to the next may keep even the most avid horse lovers from enjoying this movie. Tweens who can handle the depictions of teen drinking and who haven't already seen or read this basic story a million times might enjoy Saving Sloane, but viewers much older than that are unlikely to find much to like. Sloane's not a very relatable character, and in fact, pretty much all the characters come across as types instead of real people. The timing of some events is confusing, and there's a half-baked subplot that magically resolves itself for no believable reason. With so many quality choices out there for horse lovers, this one doesn't offer much reason to spend time on it.

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