Review: 'Secretariat' is slowed by clichés but still offers fine family fare
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Review: ‘Secretariat’ is slowed by clichés but still offers fine family fare
“Secretariat” is a winner, but only by a few lengths. The admittedly extraordinary story of the now-legendary racehorse is presented in a Disney film format, which makes it family friendly,
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