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It is the story of a young lady,Violet,who leaves South Amboy N.J. and goes to New York to become a famous songwriter.There is one slight problem though,she has stagefright and it is not easy to make people hear your songs if you can not sing them.On top of that,her house gets robbed and she runs out of money.At that point,she learns about the bar named Coyote Ugly (why would a bar be named like that?) and gets a chance to work there.In the meantime,she also meets Kevin O'Donnel,a young Australian and a love interest starts between them.The rest is the funny adaptation of Violet to the crazy and wild environment of Coyote Ugly and her struggle to overcome her stagefright to finally make it to the bigtime.
The songs are definitely worth mentioning,both because they are important to the story of Violet and because they are really beautiful.Leanne Rimes is the voice of Violet singing and she does a great job altering her voice to make us believe that it is really Violet singing.
The DVD includes a lot of extras,and also some deleted scenes which for me are the most important element of any dvd's bonus features.
Just don't bother with how cheesy the storyline is,and how much this movie looks like a lot of movies we have seen before.Then I guarantee you will have fun watching Coyote Ugly.
Violet Sanford (Piper Perabo) is aspiring songwriter who moves to New York from New Jersey to set out on her mother's footsteps to become famous. However, there is one small catch -- Violet cannot sing her own songs she's written; she can only sing other's songs. In New York, she meets Kevin O'Donnell (Adam Garcia), an attractive Australian who balances several part time jobs on the street. In an exchange, they meet and slowly fall in love, as Kevin helps her overcome her stage fright. Violet gets a job at the Coyote Ugly, and starts to stray from the path her father intended when she leaves home. Her father, played by the witty John Goodman, starts being concerned when she ends up famous in the paper -- for reasons he didn't anticipate. Violet slowly learns to overcome her fear with a push from her friends and boyfriend, and gets her song sung by LeAnn Rimes, who plays herself in the movie.
I would give this movie a 10/10, because I love how it still is watchable to this day. Now I own it and don't have to wait for it to be on TV.
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I love this movie! Mostly because it reminds of being in middle school and how I thought I would be some cool sexy dancer turned musician when I grew up. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Brittany Begley
If I could give this negative stars, I would. Took plastic off case, tape off, opened it and no CD at all. COMPLETE SCAMPublished 26 days ago by Tanya
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