The Good Nurse, Plot and Top Reviews

The Good Nurse is about Amy, a single mother and a nurse fighting against a deadly heart condition. Her physical and emotional boundaries are tested by tough and demanding night shifts at the ICU. 

Soon a compassionate and understanding nurse, Charlie Cullen arrives at her unit. Amy and Charlie develop a strong and devoted friendship.

For once, in many years Amy begins to have faith in her and her daughters' future. However, in a mysterious turns of events, Charlie becomes a prime suspect in suspenseful deaths of patients.

Amy must risk her life and safety of her daughters to uncover the truth.

THE GOOD NURSE

TOP 5 REVIEWS ON THE INTERNET
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Scroll.in review says, The Good Nurse is a stylish but sketchy medical thriller. The movie misses out on telling us something revealing and lastinga about medical malpractice.

Paul Bradshaw from nme.com review - Jessica Chastain lifts this serial killer chiller out of morbid monotony. Redmayne is subtle and the movie gives us Chastain's best performance.

Ryan Leston from ign.com says, The Good Nurse is a damnin critique of the U.S. healthcare system framed around a serial killer. The script drags us slowly towards strangely measured conclusion.

Daniel Feingold from Newsy.com says, it's not a good movie. But, it doesn't drag and is entertaining enough to do well for Netflix. The climax is less of a climax and more of a meme.

Emma-Jane Betts from The Digital Fox calls The Good Nurse a safe serial killer movie. She adds, Redmayne and Chastain shine in This latest serial killer movie on Netflix.

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