If you actually liked the movie, as I'm sure plenty of people did, as everyone's tastes differ, you'll love the plethora of extras that come with the Blu-ray disc. In fact, I am jealous some movies I like better don't have half as much. Most of the basics are there, of course, including a handful of deleted scenes and subtitles for Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Strangely, a commentary track is absent.
Additionally, as you would expect from a film about music, there are a couple of music videos from Paltrow and Sara Evans and one extended musical performance of Paltrow singing "Shake That Thing". An original ending gives you a different way things could have ended. The Blu-ray edition gives you three featurettes covering the costumes, songwriters, and cast. The menus are among the best I've seen, allowing easy scrolling while still watching the film. Along those lines, a movieIQ option is included that allows you to look at trivia while the movie is playing. Really, a treasure trove of riches.
As you may have gathered, I cannot recommend this purchase for the film itself, but the studio certainly did a good job of making an enjoyable, immersible experience for fans with the special features. If you liked Country Strong, the Blu-ray is a must have.
The Blu-ray and DVD versions of Country Strong will be released April 12th.