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(161) 7.0 95 min 2018

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...

Darrell Hammond
Michelle Esrick

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Michelle Esrick
Stars Darrell Hammond
Country USA
Also Known As Darrell Hammond: Életem
Runtime 1H 35M
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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Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 12:31

I've been writing for a long time about the dangers of the "professional" film critic. In some ways I can say I'm as cynical as anyone with a paycheck, but at least I take the time to write about movies. I think you can put it this way, I'm not here to give you some other movie critic's opinion about how great this movie is or how good the story is or how it's a great movie in general. I'm here to tell you that I think this movie is a classic. The reviews for this movie are so polarized that I'm afraid that any one of them could be from a film critic. The movie itself is that good. It is funny, very well done, and has a great plot. There are some scenes where the movie jumps between the past and the present, but that is completely within the context of the movie. I'm not sure if there are other reviews that include this sort of thing, but I think that's what really makes this movie so great. It's just a great movie. No other movie I've ever seen has been able to pull that off. And I think the critics are giving it a hard time. I've heard that most of them don't like this movie because they can't find anything wrong with it. Well, I can't say I'm a critic, but I've seen some critics who've seen it and they can't say that it's a terrible movie. But I have to say that I thought it was a great movie. But I also think that the critics are a bit harsh on this movie, too. It seems that many people who are giving this movie bad reviews either haven't seen the movie, or haven't seen a movie that good. I think it's hard to find fault with the movie, but it still gets a little more criticism than I was expecting. I think it's important for people to realize that we are just talking about reviews here. I'm not trying to defend the movie. I'm just trying to tell you that the movie is a great movie. It's not perfect, but it's a great movie.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 23:37

The director, Jay Rosenfeld, didn't want to do this documentary. But he wanted to make it so. And he did. He brought in a lot of people to work on it, including such people as star reporter/director Jim Stone, director and star Jay-Z, and editor and actor Don Cheadle. All of them worked well together to make a documentary that's not a documentary. It's a series of interviews. They talk about the history of music, from the invention of the saxophone to modern day music, and the ideas that the record companies have and the ways they use those ideas to make money. There's also a great video of Jay-Z playing with the White Stripes. You can learn a lot about the history of rap music and the way record companies have tried to change it. One thing that's not discussed is the history of Michael Jackson. It's an important part of the film, but it's not in the documentary. In fact, the director didn't want to show it in the film. But he wants to show it in a different way. In a couple of clips from the film, the director shows the crowd reaction to the opening of "Thriller" and a song called "Jump" by the Beatles. The reaction is almost overwhelming. People are so excited that they leave their seats in the theater to come back and listen to the music. And people are talking about the song. At the end of the film, the director and his producer, Michael Glatter, were very pleased that there was a great response to their film. They were even more pleased when the film started to sell tickets. If you're not familiar with rap music, there's a good chance you'll be a fan of the Black Eyed Peas. It's a very popular group with many fans. There's also a huge fan base for the White Stripes. But you won't hear that in this film. The film doesn't show a lot of the White Stripes. It focuses more on the music and the way the record companies have changed the music. It's not a very good film. You might not like it. But if you can get past that, you can learn a lot about a very important part of American history.

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