Cake Official Trailer #1 (2014) – Jennifer Aniston, Anna Kendrick Movie HD



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Cake Official Trailer #1 (2014) – Jennifer Aniston, Anna Kendrick Movie HD

The acerbic, hilarious Claire Simmons becomes fascinated by the suicide of a woman in her chronic pain support group

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20 Responses

  1. Matthew Davine

    The comments to this are interesting! I thought the movie was more about loss, than chronic pain.
    The loss of her child made the physical pain harder to bear.
    I thought Felicity Huffman was weird in this movie. The scene with the vodka sticks in my mind as some pretty average acting on her part. When she turns starts to walk out the door and turns around and walks back. LOL what was that?
    Jennifer is the star. I like her natural style. Very similar to Friends with Money – which I loved.

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  2. Paul Schmidt

    This was another great performance by Jennifer Aniston in an independent film, aside from the fact that it was a very well constructed film. Not an award winner by any means, but it was a good film. If you are an Aniston fan, you will not be disappointed. Sam Worthington was surprisingly good as well. 

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  3. Spino162

    It's hard to understand what grief is like if you haven't experienced it yourself … and it's even more difficult to explain how it is a part of you for the rest of your life. How you struggle with it every day. How you need to learn to live with it.
    This movie has changed my life. Thank you.

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  4. Lisa Bahar

    Cinema Therapy pick of the week, Cake with Jennifer Aniston, a thoughtful story of a woman Claire Bennett suffering from chronic and emotional pain, leading to addiction from trauma and loss.  A woman's journey of feeling stuck and suicidal and finding her way to ultimately forgiving herself and reengaging in life.  

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