Freeheld (2015) Synopsis
Freeheld is the true love story of Laurel Hester and Stacie Andree and their fight for justice. A decorated New Jersey police detective, Laurel is diagnosed with cancer and wants to leave her hard earned pension to her domestic partner, Stacie.
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Movie Reviews


By johnnydfan
The director has done an awesome job with this true story. Julianne Moore is exceptional in her role. Ellen was good in the supportive role. The emotion of this film flew off the screen and into...

Simply Amazingly Simple and Powerful

By d8vidt
This was one of he most poignant and touching movies that I have ever seen. Some incredible forget that you're watching a movie!!! GO SEE THIS FILM!!...

Why did they pull this movie so unfair

By cotncandie625
Didn't get to see but was looking forward to it ...are they going to bring it back or are people still having issues with this ......

Pretty good , acting fine,

By skeirnwhiting
Nice story, nice acting...

Great Movie

By Lizzypooh153
Awesome movie, a definite must-see. Such an important part of our history, I'm glad I saw it. #tearjerker...


By jenniferbrocxgrant258
This was a great movie, about a story that really needed to be told, and it was told so well....

Loved it

By Taylor95
Ellen Page outdoes herself and Julianne Moore is fantastic, as always. Highly recommended, particularly for those interested in the early days of marriage equality, when gay people had to be...


By cerjsr95
We can't review it. When we got to the theater, we were told it had been pulled from viewing. The manager said he did not know if they would get it....

EXCELLENT and then some

By Lennars
Loved the movie! It was a story told in an excellent way. Julianne Moore is an actress that can immerse herself in a role and make the role highly believable. This was that high quality...

thumbs up for the equality

By azelaya26

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Rated PG-13 | For Some thematic elements, language and sexuality
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Compassionate drama about equality has intense themes.
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