Coal Miner's Daughter
Biography of Loretta Lynn, a country and western singer that came from poverty to fame.
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Heather M (gb) wrote: Though it did not get great reviews, I liked it. Cried through most of it.
michael b (de) wrote: Compared to how bad this movie should had been its not to bad yes the animation lacks the detail of the first movie the music wall not as great is still not by any means bad an the plot was enjoyable would I watch this sure but the first one is still better of the movie
Aaron G (fr) wrote: As charming as all of your annoying film friends insist that it is.
Don S (ru) wrote: It's a shame I can't put a negative rating. This horror was excruciatingly painful to endure. Women screeching at each other over phones isn't a plot. Avoid at all costs! Run for the hills!!
Andres R (kr) wrote: Somehow it is that much worse than the original.
Britany H (es) wrote: I love this movie! it's my absolute favorite movie!
Tyler S (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed watching these 2 legends on screen. What made it so fun is how different, yet how similar the characters were. They were both con men, just very different at how they did their business. I am one of the biggest Steve Martin fans on the planet, but Michael Caine was the real star of this film, with a cool, collected, and confident performance who is the master of cons, who doesn't want anyone invading on his territory. The laughs really take a turn for the best when they come together in this movie, and Caine shows Martins character the way of a true con man.The sequences are absolutely halarioius.Martin shined, but man Caine shined brighter.I also thought the plot was interesting. It made you scoot up in your seat, and say this will be a fun ride. It was very intriguing to say the least watching these guys work their talents on screen in a good ole comedy film.
danielle r (br) wrote: anything with sharks and blood, i wanna see
Haytham K (br) wrote: Despite its historical inaccuracies, this magnificently staged costume epic about King Henry VIII's relationship with wife Anne Boleyn is one of the best period films from the 1960's. Richard Burton and Gnevieve Bujold are outstanding, with great support from Irene Papas and Anthony Quayle.