Dude can sing.
Country legend George Strait once issued an album called “50 Number Ones,” and he didn’t stop there, fully earning his status as The King.
This film, a sort-of guilty pleasure, gives him a chance to pull off his own version of an Elvis film, and he handles himself pretty decently.
Look, no one is saying Strait is the second coming of Brando.
And the plot, about a stressed-out singer walking away from the bright lights and finding a new life on the prairie, is pretty basic.
But we didn’t watch Elvis films for the plots or acting, either.