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Cracked Up is a movie starring Darrell Hammond. In Cracked Up we witness the effects adverse childhood experiences can have across a lifetime through the incredible story of actor, comedian, master impressionist and Saturday Night...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Michelle Esrick
Starring
Darrell Hammond

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Genres Documentary
Director Michelle Esrick
Stars Darrell Hammond
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In Cracked Up we witness the effects adverse childhood experiences can have across a lifetime through the incredible story of actor, comedian, master impressionist and Saturday Night Live veteran, Darrell Hammond. Behind the scenes Darrell suffered from debilitating flashbacks, self injury, addiction and misdiagnosis, until the right doctor isolated the key to unlocking the memories his brain kept locked away for over 50 years. Cracked Up, director Michelle Esrick, creates an inspiring balance between comedy and tragedy helping us understand the impact of toxic stress and childhood trauma in a new light, breaking down barriers of stigma and replacing shame with compassion and hope.

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Monday, 06 Jul 2020 05:56

From the beginning of this movie, it is clear that it is intended to be provocative, funny and think-provoking. From the first scene when a young woman is caught in a secret past, her family is revealed to be murderers, and then the film takes a shocking turn when the doctor who once loved her tries to murder her. After watching it, I could not help but to wonder why the film makers went this far and thought of this angle. It's really not that surprising considering the subject matter, but it is a bold move and it really works for this film. The performances are all great, the cinematography is amazing, and the scenes are just so well made. There is one aspect of this film that I didn't think of and it's how they set the scene in which the murder takes place. In the beginning, they show a room filled with happy people, where the murder takes place, and as the characters arrive at the party, you realize how they arrive in that room is no longer a happy party, but a well lit room full of a bunch of criminals. I didn't think about this until after I watched it, and I definitely can't help but to laugh at the scenes and the setting in which this murder takes place. The character development in this film is very well done and I can't help but to be impressed with the cast. The man who played the doctor was very entertaining and his performance made me laugh and cry at the same time. The chemistry between him and his daughter was fantastic, and it was like they were father and daughter for the entire film. This is truly the best and most memorable performance I've seen from this film. The rest of the cast were also great, especially Anna Kendrick who played the victim. She was strong, quiet and innocent, and you really feel sorry for her. But at the same time, you also feel sad and angry at the same time, because she was robbed of her life and will never know her father. There are a lot of high points in this film and for me, this is what I really liked. It is a strong film, filled with emotional drama and humor. I give this film a 9/10. It's a very emotional, thought-provoking film that is very well made. I hope the film makers will continue to make films like this.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 18:28

I have seen this film at the Tribeca Film Festival and really enjoyed it. It is clear that the makers of this film were aiming for something different, and I certainly hope that this film gets the recognition it deserves. The film does a good job of painting a picture of how society tends to see young people in today's society. The main character, Jamie, is a social misfit. She has a tendency to use and abuse people, and she even goes as far as to make a malicious comment about another student's girlfriend. She also displays a negative attitude towards women in general. While most young people tend to have these negative attitudes towards women, young people of the millennial generation seem to have the opposite attitude towards women. This is reflected in many different ways. For example, in one scene, Jamie tells a student in class that she has a boyfriend. When asked why she would say this, she responds with a negative attitude towards the boyfriend. When she is confronted by the teacher about this, she makes a sarcastic comment about the teacher. She tells her that she is not an "ex" of the boyfriend, but a "perfect" version of him. She states that she is in love with the boyfriend, and that he is a "perfect version". This negative attitude towards women is mirrored in many other ways. For example, when the narrator asks Jamie why she has the attitude she has, she responds that it is because "I have never had a real friend in my life", and that she has never felt like she was truly loved by anyone. It is also shown that Jamie is generally very happy with her relationship with her boyfriend, but when he tries to leave her, she gets angry and becomes angry at him for it. These negative attitudes towards women are often the result of the society's view of women, and a lack of a good relationship with a romantic relationship with a woman. As a result, the narrator says that most young people are "sexually confused" and that the situation has caused them to believe that they are not as mature as they should be. This is reflected in their view of women in general, and the way they perceive them. They often see young women as being without personality, and an inability to be true to themselves, while they are more mature. It is also the view of young men that they are more sexually immature, and that they need to act in a certain way to get attention from a woman. This leads to many young men thinking that they can't get laid, because they are "sexually confused". They are so used to seeing women as being so
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 01:49

It's about a comedian who becomes the scapegoat of his fellow comedians when he is accused of rape. The investigation and the press coverage is as terrible as it sounds and shows the true face of the press, comedy and politicians. The incident in question was in 2003. The two men in question were Adam Carolla and Tim Matheson. Carolla had been convicted for raping a woman and got a six year prison sentence. He was later released on parole and has become a prominent figure in the comedy world. Matheson was convicted for raping a 14 year old girl and got a seven year sentence. Matheson later sued the newspapers and got his release in 2010. In 2008 the two were allowed to continue their careers. Both are still in the business and stand by their opinions. They are not ashamed of what they said in the past and see no need to apologize. In their view the press is to blame and cannot be believed. The film is not just about the incident but it also discusses the whole press and shows how it influences and shapes a person. It shows how the press affects a person's life in general. The press is not a nice organization and if it is not against the people that it is reporting on it is a source of all kind of problems and the film shows the reason for that. The movie is quite long but it does make you think and it is extremely powerful. The men are not ashamed of what they said in the past and they have a lot to say about the press. The victims are not taken care of and it is not their fault. There is no doubt about it that these two men were convicted of the crime but the press took advantage of it. The movie shows that it's not just the victims who are affected by the press but the entire society. The press is a terrible organization and we should not allow it to do the same thing to other people. The men in the film are not idiots. They know what they are doing and what the media is. They are not afraid of a mistake and they understand that they are putting themselves in danger. In the end we learn that the press cannot be trusted. What's worse is that most of the people in the press are probably not aware of what they are doing. It's not like they are good people or anything. It is a sad statement that most of the people in the press are completely ignorant about what they are doing.


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