Like a Country Song

Like a Country Song

2014, PG-13, 102 min. Directed by Johnny Remo. Starring Billy Ray Cyrus, Joel Smallbone, Jennifer Taylor, Booboo Stewart, Greg Alan Williams, Kerry Knuppe, Madelyn Deutch, Larry Gatlin.

Not reviewed at press time. An up-and-coming country singer's success is impeded by his ego. This inspirational film promises to tell a story about "humility, forgiveness, and redemption in the presence of pain and burden."

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Like a Country Song, Johnny Remo, Billy Ray Cyrus, Joel Smallbone, Jennifer Taylor, Booboo Stewart, Greg Alan Williams, Kerry Knuppe, Madelyn Deutch, Larry Gatlin

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