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COWBOYS DON'T CRY
When Josh Morgan's (Ron White, Lie with Me) wife is killed in a car accident, both he and his son, Shane, struggle to build a future together as they travel the rodeo circuit. Josh, the driver that fateful night, reels with guilt, turning to alcohol as his once-successful bull-riding career fades. Shane, who holds his father responsible for their downward spiral, seethes with anger as he attempts to lead a normal life on the road. When Shane receives an unexpected inheritance, it seems that his dreams of a stable life are realized. But to turn their new start into a new life, father and son must first mend their rocky relationship and let go of the past that haunts them both.
HANK WILLIAMS: THE SHOW HE NEVER GAVE
A pale blue Cadillac travels down a long, empty freeway. The date, December 31, 1952. It's a lonely New Year's Eve for Hank Williams as he spends it en route to a concert in Ohio. In his solitude, he dreams about the concert he'd like to give in a small country bar like the ones passing by on the highway. Instead, Hank Williams died in the back seat of his Cadillac that night. He was just 29 years old. This film is the show he never gave.
I really liked the movie Cowboys Don't Cry, but I did not like the Hank Williams one.Published 10 months ago by Sharon Metz
I enjoyed both these movies, but wonder if other Hank fans will. All in all, some cheap entertainment that I enjoyed.Published on February 7, 2012 by W. Palacios