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Still Alice

  • Starring: Julianne Moore, Kate Bosworth, Shane McRae, Kristen Stewart
  • Director: Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Running Time: 101min.

Alice Howland (Julianne Moore), a successful Columbia University linguistics professor happily married with three grown children, struggles to maintain her mind after being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s.

"This is a deeply moving dramatization of what Alzheimer's does to mind and spirit, anchored by the finest performance, male or female, from any 2014 movie release."
- Steve Persall, Tampa Bay Times
"You won’t see a better performance by an actress on film this year than Julianne Moore as a linguistics professor struggling to hold onto her personality after a diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s in the unforgettable drama Still Alice."
- Lou Lumenick, New York Post
"The film lives and dies on Moore’s portrayal. She succeeds smashingly."
- Gregory Ellwood, HitFix
"Moore is nominated this year, and whether she wins or not, her performance deserves attention. It is one of this very fine actress' defining roles. And it resonates with humanity and heartbreak."
- Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Moore's portrayal of 50-year-old Alice Howland, adapted from Lisa Genova's 2007 novel, is one of the best of her career."
- Claudia Puig, USA Today
"Julianne Moore is extraordinary at revealing the gradual loss of memory and confidence, and at showing the hulk of physical persistence that remains after intellect and reference have gone."
- David Thomson, The New Republic
"There's an extraordinarily tough and smart delicacy to Still Alice, and it stretches far beyond the writing or Moore's performance or even the sympathy of the circumstance."
- James Rocchi, TheWrap
"The toll the disease takes on the life of a brilliant linguistics professor is superbly detailed by Julianne Moore in a career-high performance, driving straight to the terror of the disease and its power to wipe out personal certainties and identity."
- Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter