A thoughtful and impressively performed Israeli film about a cheerful but mentally challenged young woman whose professional and personal ambitions are out of reach. The movie also explores her impact on those around her, most notably her mother.
Despite its “social problem” elements, 'Bad Hurt' is never preachy or politicized, but rather an artfully drawn and beautifully acted film about a working-class family grappling with a drug-addicted ex-vet son and a mentally and physically challenged daughter.
Upscale 'Crash' that pulls together multiple narratives dramatizing the interconnectedness of divergent lives, culminating in a violent act. The material is familiar and not fully convincing, but Sam Waterston as a Columbia University philosophy professor is fun to watch.
A technologically savvy faith-based movie dealing with a young man’s quest for love—and, in the process, grasping of God’s plan—that should find an audience among Christians who are seeking wholesome entertainment that puts forth religious themes.