This movie seems to me to be exactly what it sets out to be: an old fashion Lifetime channel woman’s biopic movie. Not a lot of swearing, violence or sex, and that is fine. I don’t require that trio of shock material when I watch a production.
The two leads did a fine job in my opinion, both in the acting and singing. (The woman playing Loretta has won a Tony award, so singing is definitely in her wheelhouse.) The supporting cast is fairly invisible but not from a lack of trying. The guys playing the rotten husbands are stuck in the rut of the cliche role they play and do the best they can u... read the rest.