Upon making her mind to give up drinking, Kate, a young smart and beautiful schoolteacher, who faces an embarrassing situation at school, leads her to make her mind to go to alcoholism anonymous, where she receives treatment, the thing that challenges her marriage.
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February 01, 2013 Mary Elizabeth Winstead comes into her own in this lightly directed and disarmingly enjoyable film, which delivers its message without the aid of a soapbox.Read in Source
July 22, 2013 Winstead is immense in this picture, a true force of nature who embodies so many complexities and demons that make her this perpetually broken protagonist...Read in Source
February 03, 2013 In under eighty minutes, Smashed succeeds in so many ways.Read in Source
November 16, 2012 Winstead and Paul make their characters feel like flesh and blood, not stereotypical Lost Weekenders. Their love is as real as their future is shaky. And that's the film's great tragedy.Read in Source
October 25, 2012 Winstead is an inarguably warm actor. She's just not doing the sort of work that transcends the movie's shortcomings.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
October 26, 2012 It's an addiction-and-recovery movie without the usual side-effect of wallowing melodrama.Read in Source
The Patriot Ledger
May 13, 2013 The only ingredient that renders it remotely unique is an Oscar-caliber performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the proverbial drunk with a heart - and liver - of Johnnie Walker Gold.Read in Source
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 07, 2012 There will never be another Marilyn Monroe or Elizabeth Taylor, but Hollywood may have found a new Lee Remick in Mary Elizabeth Winstead.Read in Source
November 01, 2012 Winstead, a relative newcomer, handily carries this slender film.Read in Source
April 15, 2013 Smashed is a non-judgmental snapshot of the small world surrounding this couple, and is filled with insightful moments and really great low-key performances.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
June 10, 2014 Ponsoldt keeps up a good pace and refuses to let the material get too heavy. He focuses on the characters and their slip ups, jokes, frustrations, and all the imperfections that make up a person.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...