What is it with all these Singing Cowboys that they all get falsely accused during every film?
Lots of singing, decent acting, better writing, and believable characters and situations (though admittedly, I struggled a bit there at the end when the sidekick takes the tractor and starts destroying everything).
This type of film stands as an eternal witness to the idea that films/music/art doesn't have to be edgy to be good. In fact, since the pop arts in America have replaced the goal of being "good" or "entertaining" with the goal of pushing a Marxist cultural narrative or just being "edgy," there is no doubt that all of the pop arts have suffered as a result. In fact, I'll go so far as to say that when your purpose is to be edgy, it is because you already know that you aren't making a quality product that is capable of entertaining all on its own.
Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Tex Ritter, and all of that ilk had it right - tell a great story credibly and you have accomplished your purpose. This one is well worth the watch.