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Ring of Fire (2013)

Not Rated | | Biography, Music, Romance | TV Movie 27 May 2013
This is the story of the decades-long love affair between June Carter and her husband, Johnny Cash, a love that was stretched to the breaking point by Johnny's addiction to pills.

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June Carter Cash (as Jewel)
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A.P. Carter
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John Carter (teen) (as Austin Stack)
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June Carter (child)
Leah Peasall ...
June Carter (teen)
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John Carter (adult)
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Sara Carter
Emma Peasall ...
Helen Carter (child)
Hannah Peasall ...
Helen Carter (teen)
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Anita Carter (adult)
Julia Peasall ...
Anita Carter (child)
Sarah Peasall ...
Anita Carter (teen)
John Wesley Walters ...
John Carter (toddler)
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This is the story of the decades-long love affair between June Carter and her husband, Johnny Cash, a love that was stretched to the breaking point by Johnny's addiction to pills.

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Jewel Kilcher wore dentures over her famously crooked teeth to play June Carter Cash. See more »

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Ring of Fire
Written by June Carter Cash (as June Carter) and Merle Kilgore
Performed by Jewel Kilcher (uncredited)
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Ring of Fire, Filmed in the new (and overused) Rattle-Vision
23 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

Could they have possibly shaken the camera any more?

I might have somewhat enjoyed this movie if a bit of moderation was exercised when deciding when & how long to shake the camera. This technique can add tension when employed selectively but that did not happen here. The camera shook & shook & then shook some more. This technique is being overused in recent years and it is becoming quite tiresome!

Unfortunately, it felt like half of the film was shot in this, shall we call it: "Rattle Vision". Too much of this ruins the entire experience.

I've never before gotten motion sick while sitting in an easy chair, but "Ring of Fire" nearly drove me to toss my cookies into the Ring of Porcelain down the hall.

Because of the extreme queasiness I suffered trying to watch this mess, I feel compelled to rate it 3 stars out of 10. My apologies to the cast as they may have done a good job but I'll never know because most of the footage is a blur!


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