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Angora Ranch (2006/Comedy/Drama/Gay)


Picture: C     Sound: C+     Extras: C-     Feature: C+



A young advertising man named Justin nearly ruins his car avoiding a rabbit.  It turns out it is one of several at a residence that is actually a ranch in Paul Bright’s Angora Ranch (2006), which leads to Justin meeting an eccentric father and son, falling for son Jack, who is old enough to be his father.


To say one might want to call Dr. Freud as this tale goes on about their relationships and that Justin has a father who works with him on advertising accounts and may also be gay!  This has some humor and any sex is lightweight, but too many coincidences and Bright’s obvious inexperience make for a mixed result at best. The acting is fair, but this ultimately might be worth one look at best.


The 1.78 X 1 image was shot in digital video and not HD, which shows, though I give the makers credit for color consistency, but the softness is apparent throughout.  The Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo is adequate for such a production.  The combination is just better than average for all the productions we have seen.  Extras include stills and a behind the scenes featurette.  They are fair, but there is only so much to say.  For the most interested only.



-   Nicholas Sheffo


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