Wild Rose (2019)

I don’t quite understand all the hype about Wild Rose. This movie was rather bland and didn’t inspire me to do anything, except maybe take care of my kids if I ever had any. Wild Rose didn’t break the mould because we have seen this same story time and time again. People think the grass is greener on the other side, and sometimes they do stupid things to find it out; that’s not the case. Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) went from Scotland to Nashville to find out everything she ever needed was actually back at home. Talk about a waste of $5000 and my $11 movie ticket. How people put up with her foolishness is a puzzle to me, and before you praise her signing, I wouldn’t buy her music. 2/10


4 thoughts on “Wild Rose (2019)

    1. I do have Letterboxd. I signed up and spent a whole night setting up lists and stuff. I think I’ve shared a review or two, but not sure if posting on there would gain me a wider audience? I used IMDb for pretty much everything and I’ve shared I think three reviews on there. Figured it’s like the same thing. If you have any advice, I’m all ears.

      1. I don’t know if Letterboxd is the best option for getting a “wider audience” as I’m probably not the best person to talk to for that because I just use it as a film nerd’s social media.
        I just use it to log and review a film after each watch as I enjoy look at the stats and patterns and stuff.
        I also follow a lot of random people to make it really interesting as I love hearing other opinions.
        I don’t really worry about logging all the films I’ve seen before getting the app
        And I love using the list features to make massive wishlist and rankings etc.
        I really enjoy it and just reccomend making a habit out of opening the app and logging the film after every film you watch.
        But maybe imbd’s best for you.
        Let me know if you get back into Letterboxd and I’ll give you a follow 🙂

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