Wooly Boys – Filtered

Theatrical Release: October 7, 2001
DVD Release: April 26, 2005
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Synopsis

A sheep rancher’s visit to the big city triggers a mischevious adventure with his teenage computer-whiz grandson.

Dove Review

“Wooly Boys” is the story of two North Dakotan sheep ranchers (Stoney and Shuck) who have been friends for decades. When his daughter (Kate) fails to send her yearly birthday card, Stoney fears something has happened and hops a bus to Minneapolis. When he arrives, he finds his grandson, Charles, whom he hasn’t spoken to for seven years. Charles takes Stoney to the hospital where Kate is healthy and well and waiting to admit him because of his failing health. Shuck hears the news from the ranch and hightails it to Minneapolis, sneaks Stoney out of the hospital and together they take Charles back with them to the ranch where he gets to know his grandfather and learns some valuable lessons about life and love. At first I thought this was going to be a great film, but it turned out to be kind of corny.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None.
Language: "Old fart-1," Judas Priest-2..
Violence: Shuck carries a handgun and shoots it at people 2-3 times
Drugs: Shuck drinks whiskey, man is drunk.
Nudity: Woman in full slip;man in t-shirt and underwear.
Other: None.

Info

Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Max Enscoe
Producer: Robert Schwartz
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 99 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor