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The Ranch (Unrated and Uncut)

Jennifer Aspen , Jessica Collins , Susan Seidelman    R (Restricted)   DVD

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They're young, beautiful and every man's fantasy. Join the women of Diamond Ranch as they let go oftheir inhibitions and release unbridled passions in this seductive and unflinching look behind the doors of a private club that's based on a real-life brothel! Just outside Reno lies a paradise that caters to a gentleman's every wish. Under the protective eyes of their "manager" (Amy Madigan, Field of Dreams), the girls of the Ranch ply their trade in an almost idyllic and carefree world. But when a newcomer (Nicki Micheaux, "Soul Food") arrives, she brings more heat than this female oasis can handle and a dark secret that could jeopardize not only her life, but also the livelihood of all the working girls at the Ranch!

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Amazon.com: 3.1 out of 5 stars  44 reviews
146 of 157 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't let the words 'Unrated and Uncut' stop you from seeing Dec 24 2004
By P. Tengumnuay - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Yes, there are plenty of T&A if you are interested. Almost every pretty actresses in this movie appears topless at least once. But, without those scenes, it is still a good movie. A story about a group of prostitutes with different problems. A soon-to-be a bride who tried to hide her past. A mother who tried to be a role model for her daughter. A former actress who ran away from a pimp. Besides their professionals, one thing they have in common is hopes for a better life. The script is touching and the acting is great. It was very entertaining and gave me something to think about. Only one minor flaw is these prostitutes seem to be too nice and kind. Considering the problems they've been through, they still act like angels. Something that is hard to find even among well-educated people. It makes the movie less realistic to me. But overall it is still a movie that worth watching.
58 of 62 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Round Up a Good Time at this 'Ranch' Nov. 29 2004
By rhmoviemogal - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
When I first bought this film I thought it was a documentary. I was a little suprised that it was a work of fiction, but to my suprise it was still quite entertaining. This is a comical look at the lives of various hookers at a bordello in Reno. It was refreshing to see that women wrote, produced and directed this movie. It is not an exploitation of women, but an honest look at why they do what they do, and the courage it takes to stop and try to do something else. You get to know these women as real people and you start to care about them. They remind you of friends or family members that through simular situations, they could have ended up there. Now gentlemen, if you are looking for boobies, then don't despair. [...] but try to look beyond the peaks and valleys. There is real emotion here, and some powerful messages about society. Actually, this could almost be a pilot for a sitcom. It has the feel of "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore." It's that good!
74 of 82 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Where's The Rest? Sept. 16 2005
By Tundrabeast - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This is a really good pilot, but in the end you're left wanting more. The problem is that so far I haven't been able to find any series box set from Showtime. This could be described as what you'd get if you mixed "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas" with "Desperate Housewives" without any of the singing. In fact most of the hookers seem to be around the same age group as Desperate Housewives, and a lot alike in appearance. Only these women's trials and tribulations are around prostitution while attempting to have some sense of a normal existance in the other areas of their lives. After watching HBO's "Cathouse" this seems to be fairly close to the actual business of a brothel.

I only have two problems with this version. First is that even though this is rated as an "R" version it really seems edited for prime time TV. Some of the dubing over the swearing is almost comical.....My other problem is that this really must be a pilot because there's so many different stories going on, and when it closes there's all these open ends to all these individual stories.

If you're going to buy this then I'd look for the uncut version because the "R" version seems to have a lot missing. On the other hand I wouldn't recommend even getting this until they make the series available...or at least as much as they were able develope ...
23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Buy the Unrated Version Oct. 12 2008
By Michael G - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This movie is a pretty good B-list movie. the plot is not half bad and it kept me entertained. now there are two versions of this movie. the R rated one and the unrated uncut edition. the R rated one censors language and all the nudity. some of the diaologe does not make sence beign cencored. the Uncencored edition is the one to buy. the language makes the movie better and funnier. the nudity also makes this movie a little easier for a guy to watch it. in seeing both versions (cause i rented the R version first) the unrated version is alot better. and if you are someone that does not like the nudity and the language this movie is not something you would want to see.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well Done Adult Movie. Sept. 8 2010
By Gary Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
My wife and I purchased three "Adult" DVDs for late night viewing. The first was "Forbidden" and it was neither a very good movie, nor was it particularly arousing. A waste of time would be a good short description.

The next night we viewed "The Ranch," a story of a Nevada bordello. Now, just in case you haven't heard, prostitution is legal in all but two counties in Nevada. Once you get used to recognizing the establishments you'll find them scattered all over Nevada and many of them are referred to as "ranches." Some are way out in the country and some are in the smaller towns. About 50 years ago when I was a graduate student I visited "The Big Four" in Ely, Nevada. It was located about one block off the main street and looked like a low-key tavern. Two of us were taken there by a friend who just had to show us what a real bordello was like. We didn't partake, rather we just sat at the bar and drank a beer, much like one of the characters in the movie. Three young ladies came out and tried to entice us. I was a bit taken back in that the three women weren't glamorized at all as you usually see in Hollywood depictions. If you saw them out on the street, you would never recognize their profession. Never. Well, although somewhat tempting, at that time the going rate was said to be about twenty bucks. That might seem terribly cheap, but when you're working your way through school at at six bits an hour, it's a week's wages and is very expensive. The establishment was neat and clean and nothing like what must go through most people's minds when they think of a bordello. While I was there a policeman came in, and he checked my ID to make certain I was old enough to drink.

So that little experience helped me to understand and appreciate the movie "The Ranch." The movie involved the lives of a half-dozen prostitutes, all very real people with very real lives. The acting was excellent and the people were believable. All of the women appeared at least partially nude in one place or another, but it was done in a rather tasteful fashion. There were only a few actual sex scenes and they were rather low key. From my own experience, I'd say the bordello was rather large and glamorized and the woman were closer to the Hollywood versions of prostitutes and their surroundings. But, alas, my experience is limited to one visit of one bordello and that was 50 years ago. Who knows what they might be like today?

In any case, "The Ranch" is a rather good movie. It's touching in places and funny in others. I wouldn't give it five stars, but I have no trouble at all with four. If you're just seeking arousal, there's better stuff around. But, if you're looking for a well done, interesting adult movie, I'd highly recommend "The Ranch."

Gary Peterson
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