Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this feel-good contemporary Western about a horse-obsessed boy and his adventures with his sister and new cowboy friend has some tame Western-style fights and dramatic tension. One of the main characters learns an important lesson about honesty and being true to oneself.
Some kissy-kissy stuff with Tyler's big brother and a cowgirl they meet during their time of peril, but nothing graphic.
Standard Western stuff: A punch thrown, chase scenes on foot, characters tied up with rope by the comical bad guys. Later in the film, children are taken prisoner by the bad guys and tied up with rope.
When two boys use the same men's bathroom, one of the boys makes a joke about "crossing swords."
Characters learn to work together to achieve their goals. One of the characters learns that it is better to be yourself than to pretend to be something you're not.
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