Dusty Chandler (Strait) is a super star in the country music world, but his shows have the style of a '70s rock concert. One day he takes a walk - out of his overdone concerts to find his ... See full summary »
Lesley Ann Warren,
This thrilling contemporary take transforms the classic Tarzan tale into a rapid-fire adventure, an intriguing mystery and, most of all, a fiery love story. Strong-willed NYPD detective ... See full summary »
Sarah Wayne Callies,
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
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 »
If you're looking for a true sequel to 'Pure Country', you will not find that here. Christopher Cain has completely re-imagined the concept of the first film and now it involves angels from heaven and other supernatural elements. I guess that's what happens when you allow Dean Cain (TVs Clark Kent/Superman) to help write the script.
George Strait does show up for a cameo, playing himself. That was the highlight of this 90-minute circus. It sure wasn't as heartfelt as the original, nor did it have the splendor or compassion of the original 'Pure Country'. It's a shame to allow something like this to be called a sequel to a very real film.
The supernatural, a Jerry Springer-like sequence and the storyline are just insulting to the original film, that I could have cried, just because it's so bad!
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