AP PHOTO/SONY PICTURES CLASSICS/LINDA KALLERUS Julianne Moore stars in 'Still Alice' as a woman with early onset Alzheimer's disease. Moore won an Oscar for her portrayal. By Colin Covert tribune news. Published: February 26, 2015; Last ... cont.
This is the case of Alice (Moore), a linguistics professor at Columbia and a thought leader in her field who, in the midst of a lecture on the use of language, somehow can't pull up the word “lexicon.” That would be like a gastroenterologist somehow ... cont.
In order to prepare for her role in Still Alice, Moore trained herself for four months by watching documentaries and interacting with patients at the Alzheimer's Association. So, do you think Moore's husband will be hearing his name in an acceptance ... cont.
Alice Howland appears to have it all. She's happily married, recently turned 50 (but still looks exquisite), has three children and is a professor of linguistics at Columbia University. She's also suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease, and her ... cont.
JULIANNE MOORE is almost unwatchably good in “Still Alice”, an average film elevated by its tremendous, gut-wrenching central performance. Ms Moore is always likeable and intelligent—in her Oscar-nominated role as the ... cont.
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Veteran Hollywood actress Julianne Moore won the Oscar for best actress at Sunday's Academy Awards, for portraying an Alzheimer's patient in "Still Alice." Moore had been the favorite to win ... cont.
Still Alice (Richard Glatzer/Wash Westmoreland, 2014) If you want to see a truly poignant and cinematically innovative film about a woman succumbing to early-onset Alzheimer's Disease, allow me to suggest the marvelous ... cont.