It moves along, but it's a little light, a little bland. I suggest skipping it unless you really love Julia Roberts, horses or marriages that almost fail but don't. It's not worth seeing for Quaid or Duval. The younger Robert Duval is my favorite male actor (To Kill A Mocking Bird, The Great Santini, Apocalypse Now), but nowadays he seems to have lost his dramatic power. (And Dennis Quaid's hair seems to be auditioning for a role as a winter quilt.)
Robert Duval plays the owner of a ranch operation somewhere in the south, where he raises and trains show horses. Julia Roberts plays his daughter. She works for dad, managing the stables. Dennis Quaid plays her husband. Julia discovers that her husband has been cheating on her. In the course of being furious and ashamed, she discovers that he has slept with a number of women in town, all of whom she knows.
At the office, Julia discusses her problems over the phone with a friend but uses a speakerphone and is overheard. He husband has a consultation over lunch at a restaurant, with the meanest divorce lawyer in town. The whole town is talking. Dennis Quaid apologizes to Julia, very insincerely. Julia's friends convince her to put up with it, forgive and take him back. Spontaneously, in the end, without any catharsis or precipitation, husband and wife dance together to the song, "Let's Give Them Something To Talk About." This is what passes fro reconciliation. Presumably everyone lives happily ever after. It was all just too easy.