Dusty gets tired of all the smoke and light effects, wonders what happened to doing it the way that made him famous and happy. Takes a walk to find what seems to be missing and finds himself and his music again!
Lesley Ann Warren,
Ivory centers on a young man's struggle between success versus fulfillment, and chronicles the exploration of an artist: the passion, dedication, and the immovable faith in one's talents. ... See full summary »
Andrew W. Chan
George Strait (who stars in the first Pure Country) does not reprise his role, but stars as himself. See more »
During the flashback in the beginning of the movie, it shows Bobbie when she was a young girl in the 1990s. In some scenes, there are post 2000 cars like a 2005- Nissan Frontier and a 2000-2007 Dodge Caravan in parking lots and also driving down the highway. See more »
My 367th Review: Beyond schmaltzy - even Country fans are going to see through this hokum
The original Pure Country is a fun sentimental romantic movie with some great honky tonk and ballads - not so this new version. It has a low budget Heaven Can Wait meets new country vibe that is pretty darn awful.
The plot is the first fault with angels and a gift of voice that is beyond corny in its representation, the second fault is the corn does grow as high as an elephant's eye - we just get all the country clichés and though the original has some heart, this has only saccharine - and almost comes across as,(take a deep breath), fake. Nearly anyways.
All in all, I was kind of looking forward to this; the original is actually pretty moving and with its "A Star is Born" plot moves along nicely - this sequel is just a mess.
I'm loathed to say it, but maybe you should give yourself the real gift this one time and give this a miss....
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