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Coal Miner's Daughter

Coal Miner's Daughter(1980)

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    • Jimmy Williams
    • 5/23/16

    Sissy Spacek was outstanding in this movie and very deserving of her Oscar. My big question is why is Tommy Lee Jones listed NOWHERE in the credit listing on this site? He was only the co-star of the movie and everyone down to the janitor is listed except Mr. Jones. I think it's a reasonable question. Another note. Loretta was from "BUTCHER HOLLER NOT Butcher's Holler. Thanks. Saying all of this I am ordering this movie because TCM.COM delivers impeccable quality videos. Always pleased with my purchases.

  • coal miner's daughter

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/22/15

    It's a well made, well written, well acted movie, but for some reason, each time I watch it, when it's over, it kinda slides out of my brain, and I have trouble recalling individual scenes, after only a fortnight. And lest you think this argues advancing senility on my part, this doesn't happen with other good films I've watched. Why is this? I've searched for an answer, and the best one I can come up with is that Loretta Lynn's life, while admirable in its rise from poverty and its perseverance, just aint all that exciting. Give it a B.

  • Coal Miner's Daughter

    • Goetan
    • 9/7/14

    The biopic of Country music star, Loretta Lynn. Spacek won a Best Actress Oscar as Lynn, seamlessly transforming from a young girl to dignified singer; Jones and D'Angelo got Golden Globe nominations for their supporting work. The story takes the formulaic rise to stardom and puts it into human terms to help viewers better relate to Lynn. Slow at times, but still and entertaining look at Lynn's rushing life. I give it a 4/5.

  • Sissy Spacek masterpiece

    • TK
    • 9/5/14

    I think Sissy Spacek is incredible in this movie. The scene I will never forget is her portrayal of Loretta Lynn's first public performance. Her husband Doolittle pushes her into getting up on stage in this dive bar, and the transformation that takes place is sheer magic. A movie to watch and appreciate over and over.

  • you gotta love country.

    • chris
    • 5/24/11

    To enjoy this movie you have an appreciation for Loretta and country music. If you do it's a treat.

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