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Genres are FamilyDr Produced in 2011, Canada
Available Quality: DivX
Rating: 7.6 out of 10 (641 votes)
|Wanda Cannon||Shaun Johnston||Nathaniel Arcand||Chris Potter|
|Cindy Busby||Graham Wardle||Jessica Amlee|
Heartland is a Canadian family drama television series which debuted on CBC on October 14, 2007. The series is loosely based on the Heartland books by Lauren Brooke.
16 June 2013
Heartland - love the horses, love the show
Heartland is a heartwarming, and exciting family series. My daughtersand I love the show - it has become a real mother - daughters time forus. We love horses and the "Healing Horses / Healing Hearts" theme isreally inviting and enduring to us. We have a large number of friendsand family that share our feelings and interest in the show - whichmakes watching it even more exciting because my daughters love going toschool the next day to talk with all of their friends about whathappened on the last episode. We just finished watching the seasonfinale and my daughters begged me to go online to find out if the firstseason will be coming out on DVD and when the second season willpossibly start. We find the show very well acted, and extremely wellwritten - the story line is infuriatingly enticing (we can hardly waitto see what will happen to the characters next). The fact that it isbased in the Canadian Rockies is just a bonus and certainly must makefilming the beautiful landscapes easier. The camera angles and lightingcertainly create the right mood for the moment and really make thecharacters and setting believable. It is hard to believe that a storybased on such a tragedy can bring such feelings of love and happinessto the surface, but this show really pulls it off. There is just theright combination of action, drama, romance and comedy to make itenjoyable for everyone watching. We look forward to the next season (weare saddened that the first season is over already). We surely hopethat the first season will be brought out on DVD very soon as it is thetype of show that one can watch over and over again.
15 June 2013
Perfection and not just for horse lovers
I should hate Heartland. It's encouraged a very expensive hobby amongmy family. But still, there are worse things we could be spending moneyon.Heartland is one of those shows that is pretty perfect and I'm at aloss to know why E4 chooses to bury this show at 10 o'clock in themorning when it would be excellent teatime viewing - I only found thebroadcast of Season 3 and 4 by mistake. It centres around sisters, Amyand Lou, who find themselves taking over the running of their mother'srehabilitation centre for traumatised and injured horses, and trying tojuggle it with the rest of their lives. But don't let that put you off,even if you aren't a fan of horses, there is still plenty to love.Michelle Morgan and Amber Marshall are fantastic as the leads. Theybicker and support each other just like real sisters. Amber Marshallclearly has a lot of experience with horses in real life as she totallyconvinces as a "horse whisperer". The supporting characters are finetoo - particularly Shaun Johnston as the patriarch of the Flemingfamily, Chris Potter as the dysfunctional dad, and Graham Wardle asreformed bad boy Ty. The ongoing romance between Amy and Ty is alsonicely done. TV nowadays likes to portray more "adult" teens who areonly about the sex. Heartland is a little more realistic, managing tobeautifully capture that awkwardness that comes with first love andtrying to figure out where you fit into someone else's life and howthey fit into yours.The stories are well written, occasionally threatening to slide intosaccharine, but I defy even the hardest heart not to be moved by theepisode where Amy heals a grieving horse by putting her mother's coatin his stable. My eyes are filling up just writing that sentence. Itwould be easy for Heartland to descend into soap opera territory but itjust manages to tread the line. The horses are always centre stage. Andit's really nice to see a programme filmed in Canada that is actuallyset in Canada. The Alberta location is spectacular.I have read the books and there are a few differences, but these areminor. I wish Soraya had a bigger part - she is supposed to be Amy'sbest friend, but somehow Ashley has a bigger part in the show. I alsowish they'd kept Lou with Scott. On the whole though, the changesthey've made are for the better (for example, keeping Tim Fleming as amain character - I never liked the fact in the books that he just lefthis daughters and went off to live in Australia). The series also seemsto have gone more with the Western theme - with the emphasis on rodeoand cattle roping rather than on showjumping - I'd have preferred theshowjumping but I love the Western theme and the idea of Lou running adude ranch - the books never really addressed how a high-flying bankercould adjust to living on a farm - the series does - Lou is portrayedas a highly driven business woman. It all works really well.If I have any criticism it is that I was a little disappointed with thefourth series. It's a shame that the lovely Nathanial Arcand wassidelined in favour of the very dull Peter - what on earth does Lou seein him! I could also do without the tedious Ashley/Caleb saga. I wishthey'd just break up and be done with it. I don't want to screamwhitewash either but it does seem that the ethnic characters (Scott andSoraya) are sidelined in favour of the blonde white characters (Peterand Ashley). I'm hoping this isn't intentional and that Scott andSoraya will play a greater part in future series - I don't see thePeter/Lou marriage lasting, and there's only so long the Ashley/Calebmake-up-break-up can be done before it gets tired. The stories were alittle below par too - Lou in Dubai, boring baby/pregnancy stuff; Tycheating on Amy, Amy cheating on Ty, Ty running away ... I did like theintroduction of Chase Powers - he added some much needed conflict - Iliked the fact he had very different methods for training horses thanAmy did and they clashed a lot. Amber Marshall also had great chemistrywith the actor who portrayed him - it's a shame they had to make himinto an out and out bad guy because he added some much needed sizzle tothe show.Even with the weak Season 4, Heartland is still one of the best showson television and I'm glad it's managed to keep going for so long. I'mreally looking forward to Season 5.
15 June 2013
Heartland is the best
I just love watching heartland, i normally hate things like this butheartland leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy afterwards. The charactersare lovable and the horses are amazing. The story's are gripping andleave you desperate for more. I have watched every single episode asfar as series 5. I cant wait for series 6 and hope they go on to make aseries 7, 8, 9 and 10. I like that it surrounds the natural horsemanship methods and has a fewgood tips in there as well. I have seen so much i would love to learnwith my horse since watching this, it makes me wanna up sticks and moveto Canada!! The scenery is amazing, and it is nice watching all thedifferent seasons and all the trials and tribulations that happen withnew weather. I like it when it snows at heartland. My fave characters are of course Amy. She plays her role brilliantly.Its really nice watching amy grow in confidence until she truly becomesa true horsewoman. My next fave would have to be jack, Amy grandfather. He plays a grumpyyet lovable character full of wisdom and kindness. He has a strongsense of family values and try's his best to keep everyone happy. Thereare lots of laughs surrounding jack and he is never far from a drama.The show just would not be the same without him. All the other characters are great too, and it is nice they constantlyadd new people to the show, they keep the series fresh and movingforward. I watch this with both my daughters who are 9 and 4 and they lovewatching it. When the music starts they are running to the sofa asquickly as they can, and they don't move till its over. We have all 5seasons on DVD and they watch them over and over again. What i will be watching after this finishes i do not know! I have triedwatching other horsey TV series but they just don't have the sameappeal. This is the type of programme that is best watched with a hotchocolate, some munch and a nice blanket at night with the warm glow ofthe fire. It makes the evening cozy. There is nothing better thancuddling up with the kids to watch heartlandI hope they make more. I just love this programme.
14 June 2013
even for a non horse person, this is good story telling
I confess this show is one of my clearly-no-longer secret pleasures.The stories of Heartland resonate with me in quite a different way thenmost of the pablum I watch on television. The travails of amulti-generational country family, the mix of urban experience and backto the horse-manure land operation, the western motif and the youthfultales of love, of coming of age, of environmental concern, well I findsome comfort and a strong sense of just about lost values in thetelling. Above all else, the story of the young horse whisperer isalmost mystical. If it borders on trite from time to time, it is easyto forgive this creative slight. A very pleasant TV experience.
07 June 2013
Good show, Great pick
I like this show, because first it's about horses. But also because iread the book. The actors are well chosen for the characters and aremost like the description of the books.One downside is that they changed some basic fact of the boo that areimportant to the storyline. Like that Tim isn't English but living inAustralia to him living close by.Ty being brought in as a ex-con whenin the book he has been working for Marion since his fourteenth. In thebook he's is already more an expert. Lou didn't go to an Englishboarding school.Unfortunately i have to watch this show online because it has not airedyet here. But i hope it soon will. For everyone who loves horses andwants to learn something about natural healing.
06 June 2013
Heart-warming family show
Lou and Amy Fleming run their ranch with their Grandfather JackBartlett, and run into a spot of adventure, romance and moreimportantly lessons of life, with hilarious moments in the mix.I spotted this show on a Sunday, just sitting around and found thelandscape of the Canada, simply beautiful; with the horses playing abigger role than one might think. The show is definitely for the wholefamily, and the character of Mallory is simply a joy to watch, alwaysinterfering in everyones personal matters without a care in the world.Ty Borden adds the attitude to this family-some show and it works, abad-boy on the mend, while we, the audience are teased by the buddingrelationships, especially Scott and Lou.