Walk The Line

Walk The Line - Katherine Roll “Walk the Line” and...

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Unformatted text preview: Katherine Roll 3/15/06 “Walk the Line” and Family Life I chose to watch the movie “Walk the Line,” which was released in 2005, because it is a musical biography of Johnny Cash and I enjoy listening to Johnny Cash’s music. I would rate “Walk the Line” as a good movie. It depicts well Johnny Cash’s rise to musical stardom, his battle with alcohol and drug abuse, and the toll of his addiction and the frequent touring on his family life. The main focus of the film is the love story between Johnny Cash and June Carter, the country singer who sustains him through his dark, self-destructive hours. Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon give great performances as Johnny Cash and June Carter, respectively. Phoenix, although he does not look much like Johnny Cash and does not have Cash’s distinctive, booming low voice, plays his role convincingly. The movie is entertaining, well scripted, and has nice sets and costumes. It is, however, too long (over two hours), focuses too much on June’s nice sets and costumes....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HD 250 taught by Professor Lekies,k. during the Spring '06 term at Cornell.

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