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Bad Hurt

Bad Hurt

Feb. 12, 2016 USA100 Min.
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8.4 1,062 votes

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Elaine and Ed Kendall have more than their share of grief and suffering. Once a young couple in love they now struggle for a sense of stability in their Staten Island home. Their eldest son is suffering from the physical and psychological effects of war; his younger brother takes it upon himself to bring him peace and relief. Meanwhile, their special needs daughter brings another kind of chaos to the family. Even though Ed and Elaine explore options for her care, they’re really just hanging on to hope that things improve somehow.

Original titleBad Hurt
IMDb Rating6.0 282 votes
TMDb Rating5.4 7 votes

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  • bpladybugJune 17, 2016Reply

    sad movie about a sad, sad family

    This is a good film. The performances are excellent. For Theo Rossi
    fans he has a major part and his work is just fine, touching, and
    realistic. I was happy to watch him for extended scenes because I use
    to savor some of his brief scenes on Sons of Anarchy. Not sure how much
    the audience will cross over from SOA to this. But I enjoyed both.

    Karen Allen shows the grief and love of this mother who has an
    indefatigable spirit to help her daughter. An amazing portrayal of a
    developmentally disabled woman by Iris Gilad. She is a young stage
    actress making her film debut. We will see a lot more of her.

    The father played by the silver haired Michael Harney is every bit the
    crusty, irish alcoholic drowning his sorrows at the neighborhood bar
    without being a cliché. The handsome Johnny Wentworth is the oldest son
    – a disgraced veteran with PTSD and a nasty drug habit.

    Calvin Dutton is a newcomer and he knocks it out of the park playing
    the suitor of Deedee. He is great.

    So, it is sad. This story is major sadness – such as you experience
    with Eugene O’Neil or Tennessee Williams. After you experience what you
    THINK is the climax there is still 30 mins left… for even
    sadness. Don’t watch the movie if you are sad, as I did.

    The film is understated, realistic, and depressive however I promise
    you will end with a smile. There is hope for these people.

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