It is said that if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all. So I will say that it is good to see former Charlie’s Angel actress, Cheryl Ladd in a film. Now, some, maybe those who are fans of Hallmark films, will enjoy A Cowgirl’s Song, directed and written by Timothy Armstrong ( A Cowgirl’s Story, Dakota’s Summer). It is always better to enjoy than not. Simple story. Family drama. You know the deal.
The story is a little bit of a mess with a mixture of family wanting to get the dad out of jail but not having the bail money mixed with a young singer attempting to make her way in the music industry and then finally an older widow maybe finding love after living an isolated life for years. Try to figure out how that all will come together and you win a prize!
For fans of Cheryl Ladd, you will be able to enjoy her singing quite a bit here. I was actually surprised. As for fans of former reality star Darci Lynne Farmer (as Brooke Mays) they will be less happy as she does not get a chance to belt out a tune like they know she can. Speaking of the music, that even falls a little flat as no song really stands out here.
If you are down for a light film that you don’t have to use any brainpower on (other than keep the multiple storylines straight) this should fit the bill.