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Country Crush (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family, Music | 14 March 2017 (USA)
Small town mechanic meets aspiring country singer. Is it love at first sight for this young adult couple or just mutual attraction in a musical without warning?

Director:

Andrew Cymek

Writers:

Andrew Cymek, Jake Helgren (script editor)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jana Kramer ... Katherine Bishop
Munro Chambers ... Charlie Bishop
Madeline Merlo ... Nancy Taylor
Sophie Simmons ... Ainsley (as Sophie Tweed-Simmons)
Kevin McGarry ... Cody Bishop
Samuel Faraci ... Cody Jr
Jacob Blair ... Brad
Josh Bainbridge Josh Bainbridge ... Mark (as Joshua Bainbridge)
Marcia Bennett ... Mrs. Stanley
Kristian Bruun ... Barney
Sandi Ross ... Mrs. Macintyre
Mike 'Nug' Nahrgang ... Bartender
Matt O'Connor ... Justin
Deven Stillar ... Chad (as Devan Stillar)
Ryan LaPlante ... Hotel Manager (as Ryan Laplante)
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Storyline

The drama from Andrew Cymek follows city girl Nancy Taylor (newcomer Madeline Merlo) who meets Charlie Bishop (Munro Chambers) on her way to a party in the country. He returns with her to the city where her music career is beginning to flourish, and despite the reservations of her best friend Ainsley (Sophie Tweed-Simmons), their romance continues.

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Not Rated

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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This movie was fmed during the Havelock Jamboree in Ontario, Canada. This is a well know music Jamboree and celebrated for many years and hopefully for many more. See more »

Quotes

Nancy Taylor: No funny business.
Charlie Bishop: Oh, you got it. Nothing fun. No smiles, laughing, just serious work. And we better not go to the jamboree because the possibility for funny business is just way too high.
Nancy Taylor: Okay. Maybe we can go to the jamboree.
Charlie Bishop: Risky. Very risky.
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Soundtracks

Jaded Woman
Written by Marty Beecroft, Lisa Brokop, Glenn Coulson, Joe Heslip
Performed by Sophie Tweed-Simmons
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Not Too Bad, Not Too Great.
13 April 2017 | by kandrew-47609See all my reviews

The movie wasn't bad, but was OK. This movie felt like a decent community musical that was filmed for TV. I rented this movie, not knowing that Jana Kramer was in it but was surprised, because I am from Michigan and so was she . Her performance was fairly good. It reminded me of CW style One Tree Hill-like movie-making with a tad bit more musical numbers. I was expecting a military like movie, with the Marine element but I found that it made the military uniform rather sloppy in representation. Jana Kramer did a much better job in "Heart of the Country" as an actress, because you actually got to see her perform as Faith. Also, in her indie-film American Legion charity movie that she did way back in the day, I think it was called "Approaching Midnight", they had better military representation in uniforms. I will say this for sure, SOPHIE TWEED SIMMONS as AINSLEY Stole the Show in the film, which was Andrew Cymek's best casting choice overall. The plot was sort of forced but that's okay, because that is the style of the film. I am not a fan of the Hallmark style TV Movies in a whole. But if you are a fan of that quaint Hallmark like effect, I think you will enjoy this for what it is.


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