Rabbit Hole (2010)
Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart play a couple who are in turmoil trying to deal with the accidental death of their 6-year old son. Miles Teller is the young man who hit the kid with his car. The film is well-meaning and at times poignant, with fine talents in the cast giving their all, but it also has an immature predictability to it that makes the film a semi-slave to the Hollywood grief process of self-help groups and throwing out clothes and toys. That being said, David Lindsay-Abaire's script (adapted from his own play) does successfully convey how there's always two aspects of everything, and whenever his ideas don't feel contrived (which they do with the Eckhart/Oh relation, but not with the layered Kidman/Wiest relation), Rabbit Hole is everything that a movie in this genre should be. You won't learn much, but you may be able to share Kidman and Eckhart's grief.