Ring of Fire (2013)
A biopic of country music legend June Carter Cash directed by Allison Anders nad based on a book by Carter's son John Carter Cash. The movie focuses on the complicated relationship June (Jewel) has with her husband, the revered country music superstar Johnny Cash. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire is a better than average Lifetime movie that will leave viewers hand-clapping, singing along and maybe sniffling a little.
June Carter Cash is the kind of performer you just naturally tend to like, and you'll like her even more after seeing this new biopic.
Jewel hits the right notes as June Carter Cash, but dutiful biopic doesn't quite carry a tune.
Ross, who does a creepy, sniveling guy better than anyone, is totally miscast playing big, rough, tough Cash. In fact, it's so incomprehensible that it's, well, creepy.
Except for the chance to hear a few country classics, the movie doesn't offer much else.
Ring Of Fire compresses some sixty years in the life of June Carter Cash into roughly an hour and a half of screen time, not counting commercials.
In making Johnny's drug abuse the main story of their life together, it leaves June to react to his actions, his troubles, and his needs.
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