Coal Miner's Daughter
Music • PG • 1980 • 2 hr 5 min
I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would.
Really great performances from Spacek and Jones, one of the better biopics
We now know a lot of the story is embellished, but Sissy Spacek proves to be the incredible actress she is from her acting to singing.
Love the story of Loretta Lynn. Love how sissy speck perform all the songs.
Film has chronological structure, more a series of scenes than unified film. Shows what happened with little character analysis.
The only reason this film isn’t awful was Sissy Spacek’s outstanding performance. Sorry to say I didn’t like Jones or the pacing.
I didn’t care for this one she makes everyone from that area look to smart.
Not bad. Not great. For an older movie, it was watchable.
Wonder how close to truth this is? Fun time watching Tommy Lee Jones drive a jeep up a mountain side.
Worth it just so you can shout, “Doo!” at appropriate moments.
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