Drama • 2009 • 1 hr 52 min
Great biographical musical drama, brilliant performance from Bridges
Jeff Bridges kills it in this. Can watch this one multiple times
Jeff Bridges rules this movie as a troubled, alcoholic musician. Not a masterpiece but Jeff makes watching it worthwhile.
Bridges becomes the character, giving a soulful and beautiful performance. The story is a little lean but more focus was put on the mood
Jeff bridges is the movie! It is pretty slow and relies heavily on his character but he is so captivating on the role that you stay engaged
Jeff Bridges always feels like he was born to the part. He kills it in the movie as well.
Jeff Bridges is absolutely incredible and for a brief moment I actually believe that Colin Farrell could be a country music Superstar
Jeff Bridges brought such soul in his Oscar winning performance
Strong performance by Bridges in a great movie. Everything is just so solid.
It is a raw, heartfelt masterpiece that showcases Jeff Bridges' incredible talent and left me with a new appreciation for country music.
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