Overall Rank: 1230
Average Rating: 3/4
# of Ratings: 36
Theatrical Release Date: 12/05/2014
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/12/2015
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Actors: Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore, Kate Bosworth, Alec Baldwin, Victoria Cartagena, Hunter Parrish
Plot: A linguistics professor in a loving marriage with three grown children starts to forget certain words. After meeting with a doctor, she receives a devastating diagnosis, one that will test the bonds between her family. -- Chris Kavan
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/04/2019
Despite a very good performance by Julianne Moore, "Still Alice" is more deserving of the title "Hallmark's Movie of the Week" than widespread critical acclaim.
Freddie - wrote on 01/04/2016
Incredible acting. These are the types of movies I love. Julianne Moore and Kristin Stewart were excellent. And I loved watching Kate Bosworth, Alec Baldwin, and Hunter Parrish. Such a sad but beautiful film.
Candice - wrote on 05/30/2015
I read the book before setting the movie. The book was so traffic and the ending crushed me. I felt like a lot of that was missing from the movie, but the acting was very good and it was definitely a sad story. This is definitely my favorite Kristen Stewart movie. I thought she did a really great job.
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Snoogans - wrote on 03/02/2015
'Still Alice' carried more surprising emotional resonance than most all of the 2014 films I've seen. I wasn't expecting to be as affected on a personal level. I had genuine sympathy for all the characters, not just Alice (for obvious reasons). Everyone has praised Moore's terrific performance (rightfully so), yet most have said nothing more on the film as a whole. I think the story and direction work incredibly well enough on their own. I have never personally known anyone with Alzheimer's. But from what I know of the disease, I thought it was accurately portrayed here. It felt like I was looking in on a real family dealing with this terrible situation. All the fear, uncertainty, and heartbreak hit me like a punch to the gut. It worked it's way to that point, building upon the …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/19/2014
Forgetting something has to be the most annoying and stressful thing that a person could have, but losing your memory by a disease and becoming coming pretty much brain dead is even worse and this movie plays it out very well, because the movie feels real and not fake like other movies that try to do that.
The story is about a Linguistics professor in a loving marriage with three grown children starts to forget certain words. After meeting with a doctor, she receives a devastating diagnosis, one that will test the bonds between her family.
I always love it when a movie that I never know existed could make me glad I saw it and happy that it exists. I'm always looking forward to the big blockbusters that everybody's talking about and wouldn't shut up about. I always look past those …
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