• Released
  • December 17, 2010
  • (Limited 12/17/10; Expands 12/25/10; Wide Release 1/14/11)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 31 min
  • Drama
Rabbit Hole Synopsis
A man and his wife struggle to come to terms with the accidental death of their 4-year-old son.
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Movie Reviews

Kidman's best performance ever!

By mark3pm
This movie contains some of the most revealingly nuanced acting to be seen on a screen this year. The sad, sweet release of RABBIT HOLE lies precisely in the access it allows to the pain of others,...

Excellent movie!

By Pollyxoxo
I was very much looking forward to seeing this film, and it did not disappoint. This was a very powerful, raw, beautiful and occasionally funny story that completely captured me. Nicole Kidman's...

bring tissues

By sleepy_1
Emotionally hard to watch at times but was really well done....

Rabbit Hole Shallow

By ojaigirl
This too-familiar tale suffers from very conventional and unimaginative direction, music and cinematography. Despite the wrenching facts of the story, Kidman does not generate much sympathy or...

Raw, honest, and edgy. Not a topic for everyone.

By Nacho Baggo
Excellent piece of work with the honesty and emotional ups and downs of such horrible life events. It covers tackles the why, the helplessness, the sorrow, the letting go, the emptiness, and on and...


By MisterHeartbreak
Nicole should be the one to win best actress this year!...

Loved it!

By acilegna_1
Very artistic! Great score!...

Rabbit Hole

By lruger
Every performance is pitch perfect. The emotions are very true. The relationships are deep and meaningful. My husband and I both thought it was terrific....

Heart Wrenching

By suemarie
I have lost a son. The grief can be suffocating, but can be different for every parent. I could relate to a lot in the movie. A couple sees their marriage suffer after losing their son in a horrible...


By dminassian
saw the b'way play and wasn't sure i'd like the movie. nicole kidman was good but aaron eckhart was amazing. i'd say it's a must see....

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For mature thematic material, language and some drug use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Moving, mature drama about loss is too heavy for kids.
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