Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
So, for those of you who remember that movie, you'll know that it's fantastically animated, but so, so inaccurate-a fact I only realized after I started riding horses.
Let's make a game of it: everyone say one thing about the movie you noticed that is totally out of character for a real horse, and I'll go first.
Well, there's a lot, but I'll first point out that realistically it would be a quiet older mare (Spirit's mother, I'm assuming) who would be leading the herd, and not a young, cocky, inexperienced stallion.
That none of the mustangs have any leg markings!
The fact that he climbed up a sheer rock face like a mountain goat. Mustangs are sure footed, but not that agile.
-Or- that crazy jump!! When he jumped the canyon? I remember when I was little I asked my mom if horses could really do that. She said only some horses could. I asked if a horse like Arthur (my horse) could. She told me that breed was very good at canyon jumping :p
The fact they call him a buckskin.... but he has dun factor :P
The mustangs talk to each other vocally instead of with body language
The fact that he just one day decided that it was okay for this one human to ride him after the fiasco in the fort corrals.
^^ Haha I never noticed that before!!!!!!!!
I would say...
He would've just taken off even with the corral there. It wouldn't of stopped him
In one scene, Rain has a cheekbone and in the next, the underline of her head is a straight line
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