The movie is ok. It's a made from TV movie based on a book by Nora Roberts. Three sisters who have never met each other must live together for one year to collect the inheritance (the ranch) that their late father left them.
The movie does not have horrible acting, but it does not have the best acting either. The characters were not allowed to develop and the entire plot, and well, the entire movie seemed to be a bunch of little scenes trying to tell a story. This movie would have been better had it been a mini-series. Maybe then, the characters would have been better developed. But then, the movie would have been longer and I don't know if I would have watched it then. As it stands, most of the relationships that develop seem out of tune with the movie. They have no basis, no screen time, and are somewhat forced and hurried. The same goes for some events and character reactions. The characters seem to react in a way not corresponding with their development in the film.
Also the movie throws in all the clichés in the world: cowgirl, cowboy that likes cowgirl, Hollywood girl that hates farm work, wilted flower woman from abusive marriage (who I think gives the worst acting of the movie) and all the males trying to act all macho when a woman is their boss. Oh well, it's an 1:45is minutes movie. What else can you expect?
The movie does have great scenery though. In conclusion, it's an ok movie to watch when you have nothing else to do, nothing else to watch and just want to pass the time watching a somewhat sappy movie. Also, the character of Lily was very annoying, poorly acted and was like a wilted flower. The character progression did not seem real.