|zatojones - 2007-07-25 |
I'm not here to make a record, ya dumb cracker
|Merzbau - 2007-07-25 |
One of the rare occasions when something absolutely deserving and incredibly unlikely becomes a huge mainstream hit.
|Camonk - 2007-07-25 |
I much prefer this version, with just the guitar accoma-- accompni-- fella who plays the guitar. Extra stars for George Clooney's accent.
|Namor - 2007-07-25 |
Such an unexpectedly wonderful movie.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-26 |
Did George Clooney really sing there or was that a dub?
Clooney was originally supposed to sing the number, but they decided to dub it at the last minute.
Clooney spent a fair amount of time practicing beforehand.
God I love this movie.
|Goofy Gorilla - 2007-07-26 |
I can't believe I missed Ralph Stanley when he came through town. I don't know if he'll make back.
|glasseye - 2007-07-28 |
|bopeton - 2007-07-29 |
This movie is almost as good as Son of The Mask.
|yourmother - 2007-10-17 |
|M-DEEM - 2007-12-29 |
|RandomFerret - 2008-03-18 |
This movie got me into bluegrass. I have never looked back.
|oogaBooga - 2008-07-26 |
Murton and Alouicious(sp?) never get any credit for their talent!
|foopants - 2008-09-04 |
Love this tune.
|joelkazoo - 2009-01-13 |
A great feel-good movie. Clooney can't act, but he can overact, and he uses that to his full advantage in this film. Not a clunker in the cast, for that matter. Haywire Mac's "Big Rock Candy Mountain" is my other fave from this film (Mac also did the wonderfully absurd "Aien't We Crazy?", worth tracking down).
|Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-12-16 |
John Turturro is the greatest character actor of this generation.
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