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Still Alice
Academy Award® Winner
Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease, Alice and...  View more >

Starring Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth...  View more >

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Feb 19, 2015
I saw "Still Alice" two days after I saw "Seventh Son." Both movies featured Julianne Moore. Although she's was the biggest stand-out in "Seventh Son," she didn't help the movie. But in "Still Alice" she gave a performance of a lifetime. She plays a college professor who comes down with early symptons of Alzeimer's diease and how to cope with that struggle for the rest of the movie. You just might think Alzeimer's diease only affects the elderly, but in the movie, that's not the case. it could to peole intheir 40's and that is happening to Moore's character who is 41 years old. Moore gave a brave performance as her mind is wasted away by the diease. This film could have come off as despressing, but it's not. It's kind of hopeful for her to struggle with the diease with her family by her side.One noteworthy perfromance is from Kristin Stewart who play her daughter. She gave a great performance who she and the rest of the family are greatly affected by her mother's illness. It's a great movie and sadly, not many people will see the movie.And that's too bad. Ten years from now more people will remember Julianne Moore performance in "Still Alice" than in "Seventh Son." History will remember her performance fondly.
Mar 1, 2015
We see a professor who gradually deteriorates with Alzheimer's. Hmm, I'm really struggling to see much more happening here. Was Julianne Moore's performance the "best" actress for the Academy Awards? Hardly. Towards the end, there is one interesting part - her husband's decision of what to do with his career.

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