In 1975, as America was about to celebrate its bicentennial, critically acclaimed filmmaker Robert Altman was hard at work at making his contribution to the festivities in his film Nashville. A sprawling epic starring 24 noted actors about the lives and dreams of the citizens of the state capitol of Tennessee and self-proclaimed "Music City of the World". The critics deemed it a game changing piece of cinema while audiences didn't buy much into it. But does it deserve to belong or should it be outcast? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster take their seats at the Grand Ole Opry to find out.


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