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JL Ranch (2016)

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A veteran rancher and former Sheriff is forced to face some federal bureaucracy when an old enemy-cum-millionaire alleges he doesn't actually own his beloved family ranch in a small Texas town.

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Steven Paul (story), Harley Peyton | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Voight ... John
Teri Polo ... Rebecca
James Caan ... Tap
Melanie Griffith ... Laura Lee
Steven Bauer ... Hector
Abby Brammell ... Regan
Grant Bowler ... Sheriff Whitlock
Nathan Keyes ... Terrence
Trevor Donovan ... Brady
Lee Purcell ... Mabel Ritter
Skyler Shaye ... Lynn
Samuel Mason Paul ... Devin
Ethan Boling ... Tyler
Carter Hadley ... Hayden
Cory Scott Allen ... McCarthy
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A veteran rancher and former Sheriff is forced to face some federal bureaucracy when an old enemy-cum-millionaire alleges he doesn't actually own his beloved family ranch in a small Texas town.

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Family | Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 August 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

JL Family Ranch See more »

Filming Locations:

La Grange, Kentucky, USA See more »

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Crystal Sky Pictures See more »
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Melanie Griffith and Steven Bauer were married and have a son. See more »

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Right-wing Propaganda + Bad Acting = Terrible Movie
2 September 2016 | by plbogenSee all my reviews

Its basically a winking two hour glorification of domestic terrorists like Cliven Bundy.

Dry, boring, slow, incomprehensible, convoluted and infuriating are the best ways to describe it.

Voight's character at his best is a clueless idiot who has no understanding of the legal system, management, or pretty much anything other than pointing a gun at federal agents.

Caan's character is illogical and seemed to be based on Western villains. I'm surprised he never tied a damsel to a train track.

Total waste of time.


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