Movie Review: THE GOOD NURSE

Movie Review: THE GOOD NURSE


Director: Tobias Lindholm
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne, Nnamdi Asomugha, Noah Emmerich

Jessica Chastain is no stranger to telling real stories from Zero Dark Thirty to The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Her new film The Good Nurse is compelling but won’t go in the direction you think it will. Chastain plays Amy Loughren, a single mom and night nurse who is dedicated to her family and her patients. It’s 2003 in New Jersey and she works at an understaffed, under financed hospital taxing her every step of the way. What complicates her life further is a heart condition, but getting a transplant and taking time off work jeopardizes her family needs. A little bit of relief comes when the hospital hires Charles Cullen. He’s a soft-spoken, gentle man who says he’s been all over going from one hospital to the next. They become good friends, as he supports Amy at home and helps out whenever he can. Seven weeks after he’s hired, the police start investigating a suspicious death and believe Charles may have been involved in this and hundreds of other hospital deaths over the last few years. In theaters and streaming on Netflix

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