Heartland

2007

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8.4| TV-PG| en| More Info
Released: 14 October 2007 Returning Series
Producted By: SEVEN24 Films
Country: Canada
Budget: 0
Revenue: 0
Official Website: http://www.cbc.ca/heartland/
Synopsis

Life is hard on the Flemings' ranch in the Alberta foothills where abused or neglected horses find refuge with a kind, hard-working family. Debts abound and the bank is about to foreclose. Can they keep the ranch running?

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VeteranLight I don't have all the words right now but this film is a work of art.
Pluskylang Great Film overall
Philippa All of these films share one commonality, that being a kind of emotional center that humanizes a cast of monsters.
Curt Watching it is like watching the spectacle of a class clown at their best: you laugh at their jokes, instigate their defiance, and "ooooh" when they get in trouble.
tshine-548-66496 I only became aware of Heartland about a year and a half ago, but it has quickly become my favorite show in recent memory. It is a mystery to me that this great series has never been picked up by a major US network! There are so many things to like about this show that it is hard to find a place to start. The family represented here goes about their daily lives with a determination and resilience to be admired and an adherence to basic values without ever lecturing or pandering to the audience. There is an innate spirituality in this show, yet we never hear them talk specifically about religion or deity nor ever even hear them say grace over a meal. We watch them deal with financial issues that real people might have to face and there are no easy solutions. But the very best part of this show is the 9-season romance/courtship between Ty and Amy that has the audience on the edge of our seats because it could have so easily been sidetracked a dozen times. Very little violence, and the little that is present is absolutely necessary for each situation. The writers have created very realistic dialogue that is devoid of crudity and profanity. To me at least, this show has all the best characteristics of Little House on the Prairie and the Waltons while being more realistic than either. I highly recommend it.
joylegs Brooding cowgirls, bad boy rodeo dudes, basically awestern Canadian soap opera based in beautiful country. Drama festival.
fawziabegum I'm in the US and I first watched Heartland (binge-watched) either on Netflix or Hulu plus and ever since got hooked. Later on, I would look for the newest episodes online wherever I could manage to find and I'm up to date and am looking forward to new shows in the Fall, 2018. We crave for shows like this here. I watch daily reruns of the older series on a channel called Light TV (California) and while watching them again, I've noticed one thing about most of the females on the show. They tend to be difficult, mean, jealous, and bossy. Ty Borden is the sweetest guy and I like Scott also, but I'm hard-pressed to say anything good about the females. Amy for example, has treated Ty harshly in number of times. First time when he left without saying goodbye and Jack rescued him from a possible death. She didn't even want to know what happened. At that time, I gave her a break thinking of her age and all and that she lost her mother, but still. Then she toyed with Ty and Caleb both even though Ty was the one she loved. She always tries to control him. I think later on after they got married, she became a little more mature. However, she can snap at anyone at any moment for any reason whether it be at Ty, Jack, Tim, her school friend or Lou. If Amy loves anything dearly, it's the horse(s), not people. She has her happy moments that are short-lived. Most of the times, she comes across as a manic depressive.Lou is another story, so competitive, mean and jealous and controlling. I didn't think Peter was such a bad guy, but before the divorce, she made a point of picking fight with him anytime he came home and he couldn't take it anymore. He was an ambitious man but in order to put him in a bottle, she asked him to give up his company and settle for a job under an unscrupulous man and be happy about it too? I still don't understand why she fell for him so much so quickly knowing that his lifestyle didn't guarantee staying fixed at one place? Behind every successful man, there is a fine woman. She wasn't willing to meet him halfway as she wouldn't leave Heartland. She tried to control Mitch also. To me, she is one of the women who is not really looking for 'someone to love' but a man to be there for her 24/7 and do this or that.Then there are Val, Malory, Soraiya, Ashley, Gerogie, Olivia, Kit (Ty's ex)=all mean one way or another. Lisa is more or less okay in the sense that she didn't try to snatch Jack away from his family and tried her best to be useful and nice to the family whenever she was around, yet Amy and Lou never accepted her whole-heartedly and even tried to deny the happiness that their grandfather deserved by first complaining about the engagement and then the secret marriage afterward as Jack was simply afraid of his mean granddaughters whom he raised and loved so dearly. She is also competitive, but I guess, I kinda like Lisa among all the females. At least she is straight forward and doesn't play mind games.And even though I can't stand most of these females, I am addicted to the show. I love most of the male characters and the horses and the breathtaking location in Canada, and most importantly, the writing and the character building. All in all, the show is put together brilliantly.
oldyfan I love Heartland as a feel-good show to watch. I love the horses and the scenery and most of the characters, particularly Jack. But I want to smack Lou and her dad, Tim. Both are selfish and don't really think about anyone but themselves. I guess that's just part of the show but Tim especially has no real redeeming characteristics and should just be ran off the ranch!