Country Strong

Country Strong

Director: Shana Feste Cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, Garrett Hedlund
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Country Strong 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lippylu More than 1 year ago
I thought Tim McGraw was really believable in this role...Gwyneth portrayed her character so well you could believe the emptiness she felt and her singing is really terrific. I loved the concert scenes. Her closing song, "Coming Home" was filled with so much emotion. Garrett's voice is smooth as silk. I had no idea he could even sing! I downloaded most of the songs from this movie. I love them! I watched this movie three times in one weekend. It just really pulled on my heartstrings.
Iloveagoodbook More than 1 year ago
People say this movie is bad. Perhaps certain scenes are, like Leighton Meester's scenes (her acting seems over-done), but the overall feeling is really good. I had listened to the songs on the album way before watching the movie, and some of the songs sung by Gwyneth are my favorite songs ever. I love the feeling involved in them, cause I can relate to the sadness. When I watched the movie, I really felt Gwyneth's pain. The depression, the lack of love in the marriage. I can imagine how hard it must be to have a husband more concerned with being your manager than being your husband. I think the storyline is good, and I think the movie was really moving. Will be watching it again!
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DragonHeart613 More than 1 year ago
Wish I Could Give It No Stars. Not Even Paltrow Could Salvage This Country Debacle. It's Not As Horrendous As Pure Country (George Strait Is As Grotesque A Actor As He Is A Singer), But That Ain't Saying Much.