Coal Miner's Daughter

Coal Miner's Daughter

Biography of Loretta Lynn, a country and western singer that came from poverty to fame.

Raised in rural Kentucky poverty and married at the age of 13, Loretta Lynn begins writing and singing her own country songs in her early 20s, and at 25, she cut a demo tape that earned her a deal with an independent record label. She rose from humble beginnings in Kentucky to superstardom and changing the sound and style of country music forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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william s (it) wrote: It's an animated Game Of Thrones.

Marco F (es) wrote: Very clever. For fans of Orwell.

Monica M (mx) wrote: Reconozco el esfuerzo que puso Thomas Jane en esta movie pero le falto un poco mas de emocin, el final tipo "The Twighlight Zone" estuvo razonablemente bueno. Me supo un poco a "Rest Stop (dead ahead)". Esta entretenida pero no es algo que volvera a ver...

Stephen B (de) wrote: Absolutely my favorite movie EVER!

Jessica G (gb) wrote: It's alright, a bit boring here and there.

Nolan M (ru) wrote: George Romero and Stephen King teaming up together is great. Truly a great horror film that is a collection of short blood-filled stories. Cool horror film.

Tyler S (it) wrote: In the 70's Disney was cranking out family fare with a remarkable rate of 'classic' films. Gus doesn't quite achieve that status, but that's why it's such a pleasant surprise when you see the film. The usual cast of comic stars keep this movie afloat from Ed Asner, Don Knotts, Tim Conway and Dick Van Patten.

James B (kr) wrote: Boys Town is a feel good movie that feels like a comedy at the same time. The main leads are especially good.

James F (it) wrote: So bad it's good!! Everyone should see Blood Diner at least once

Lae R (ru) wrote: Peter Sellers is hilarious with this 70's rendition of the Charlie Chan series

Rabecca B (ca) wrote: The Divine Miss M was a dazzling Dixie. I love the soundtrack to this movie.

Tracie C (gb) wrote: I am so glad I saw this movie BEFORE reading any of the reviews. It seems like it's really gotten slammed for having too many sports movie cliches. True, it is filled with them, and occasionally they were excessive to the point of awkward. But the message is SO inspirational, I would consider this movie a MUST see. I wouldn't quite rank it up there with Remember the Titans, but I think it was an awesomely inspiring sports movie. It's hard to find one truly fit for all ages anymore, too, so that was nice. It made me laugh and cry. Great story about focusing on what's really important, about being part of a team, and about overcoming adversity. I personally loved it!