This wasn’t an easy movie to watch. Julianne Moore does an incredible job playing Alice, a linguistics professor who starts forgetting things and gets concerned when it starts happening to her more and more. After getting lost on a run, she decides to go to a doctor and see what’s going on. She’s only 50, but is diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s disease, and there is really nothing that can be done to stop its progression. Watching the movie, I felt like I was able to experience her decline through her eyes and know what she was thinking and feeling the entire time. She would have good days and bad days, but knew exactly what was happening to her. I also enjoyed Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, and Kate Bosworth in their supporting roles. Everything about this movie seemed to capture what it might be like to either have Alzheimer’s or have someone close to you dealing with this terrible disease. It’s not a fun movie, but is well worth watching.