Jordan Donavan, a photographer in New York, is so disappointed when after five years of going steady Edward Morgan offers her not marriage but just to move in with him, that she accepts the match-making arranged via a magazine by her female friend with Tyler Ross, a horse rancher in the West, whose candidacy was actually also posted by his sister. After a bad start they soon grow closer, riding and talking, finding much in common, while she actually grew up in the country. However their past lives, which in his case is marked by a tragic accident, doesn’t make it easy for them, and when Edward comes ask her hand, she travels back East…
Polo Hits It Out Of The Park
This is one great romantic movie.As a western movie lover,and one who sits well in a saddle, oh,and one who buys flowers for his wife, well at least twice a year, I think I qualify as a romantic.This movie gives me all of this and more.Terry Polo,who is in my top five female actresses hits this one out out of the park big time.She plays her role so well, you empathize with her every step of the way throughout the whole movie.McCarthy does a great job as a regular guy who has lost everything he has ever cared about in his life,and has a real hard time getting past it.What can I say about J. Kenneth Campbell in the scene at the grave site,when he puts Tyler’s flowers in his vase and then breaks down.Yes and we even have B.J. and the Bear Greg Evigan one of my favorites,Patricia Kalember as Tyler’s sister great job and David Jean Thomas loved him in this movie.I could go on,but I won’t except to say that Polo does hit it out of the park twice as an actress and in the softball scene and the ending is great, it involves New York city a small colt and an offer.I own this movie and never tire watching it, I think you’ll love it to.