When I push play on a movie these days, I want something more than mindless entertainment. Finding a film that the entire family can enjoy is sometimes a challenge. Hence, my excitement to review Race to Win.
About Race to Win
In the wake of a sudden heart attack, the death of Gentry Rhodes (Luke Perry) leaves his devoted family in turmoil.
Facing threats to sell their family ranch to pay off debts, oldest daughter Hannah (Danielle Campbell) looks to her father’s spirit for guidance and strength.
Hannah comes up with idea to win money and save the ranch by entering the upcoming barrel racing competition.
After days of practice, the love and support from her family, and a few “visits” from her father, she discovers how to manage her self-doubt and overcome her fears of the past.
Race to Win is from Anchor Bay Entertainment, a Lionsgate company. They are a leading independent home entertainment company that acquires and releases a wide array of theatrical and home entertainment content. This includes STARZ Original series, children’s programming, fitness (Anchor Bay Fitness), sports and specialty films on Blu-ray™ and DVD formats. The company has long-term distribution agreements in place for select programming with The Weinstein Company, AMC Networks, and RADiUS.
Our Thoughts on Race to Win
We are still awaiting our copy to review, but wanted to share about the movie by launch day.
I am always excited when we have a family friendly film enter the house. Some shows for kids are not as entertaining for the adults. And, some great movies that appeal to the adults have the kids left hanging.
Review coming soon!!!!
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