Who Is Nurse Ratched? The Story Of The Ultimate Villain | Netflix

19 sep 2020
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Nurse Ratched is, no doubt about it, an icon. This is her story from a groundbreaking book to an Oscar winning movie and now a Netflix series of her very own.
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Who Is Nurse Ratched? The Story Of The Ultimate Villain | Netflix
In 1947, Mildred Ratched begins working as a nurse at a leading psychiatric hospital. But beneath her stylish exterior lurks a growing darkness.

  • As an LPN I can tell you there are quite a few "nurse Ratched" out there. The people that got into the profession because they have a god complex or they wanted to date a "doctor" or just make a lot of money and enjoy the suffering of others, you see nurse Ratched all of the time in nursing. The only people who do not realize this are nursing organizations themselves! Nursing is like any job: dirty, demanding, full of psychos and often thankless!

    strongbad666strongbad6664 klukkustundum síðan
  • So it's an attempt to completely rewrite a preexisting character of classic literature by making a "prequel" that changes her from villain to modern feminist anti-hero, complete with an obligatory lesbian streak. Gotcha, scratching this one off the list

    TheSquidNinjaTheSquidNinja10 klukkustundum síðan
  • Take down cuties, you disgusting shits. Stop ignoring that there are TONS of minority FRENCH who make amazing FILMS that don't involve UNDERAGE girls. Your stupid excuses do not hide your selectivity of foreign film in america.

    leilani maxleilani max14 klukkustundum síðan
  • Huh i always thought the Nurse Ratched character was a nurse who could strongarm patients against their will and sedate them.

    Ravenstar2296Ravenstar229620 klukkustundum síðan
  • When is the next season anyone knows?

    soledad rasoledad ra20 klukkustundum síðan
  • Anyone else’s high school ban One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest?

    Maari AxelsonMaari AxelsonDegi Síðan síðan
  • Stop with all these BS attempts to make villains cease being villains or relatable on some level. I don't want McMurphy or Ratchet to be relatable.

    GALMA 0GALMA 0Degi Síðan síðan
  • For the record she won best actress not best supporting actress at the 1976 Oscars🏆

    Mario brosx SuperMario brosx SuperDegi Síðan síðan
  • Fuck fact: Ken Kesey, who wrote the book, was an early discoverer of psychedelic drugs. Often, he was tripping while he worked that night shift at the mental institution. Cuckoos nest was his second published book, and he made a lot of money from it. The second thing he got famous for throwing big parties called "Acid Tests" in which the kool Aid was laced with LSD.was buying a bus and leading a group of proto-hippies on a complete drug saturated trip across the USA. But there was a cautionary tale here, too. After that experience, he withdrew from public life, mostly. All he ever wrote again were short stories not widely published. and, one of the people who took the bus ride with him got so freaked out by the drugs and his interactions with Kesey while on them that he ended up in a mental institution. Kesey ended up exasperated the problem that the book exposed.

    Opinunate tedOpinunate tedDegi Síðan síðan
  • Anyone else notice a possible correlation between the name 'Ratched' and the word 'wretched'? Phonetically, at least. It's speculative, I know lol, but I just looked up the etymology of 'wretched' (I suppose I have nothing else better to do) and what strikes me is that it's related to the German word 'Recke', meaning 'warrior, hero', as opposed to the meaning of 'wretched' in English, a synonym of 'miserable/unhappy/anguished'. I say this not only because of Ratched's often-seen 'wretched' personality, but also because of her being a "hero". Otherwise, 'ratchet' (as it's frequently mistaken for the main character's name because of the pronunciation) according to the dictionary can also mean 'a steady progression up or down'. If you've watched the series already, you probably will have guessed where I'm going with this ;) (again, I'm speculating). Any thoughts?

    Canesso S.Canesso S.Degi Síðan síðan
  • ratched is not that evil in the netflix serie i feel like tbh

    Actualy SleepingActualy SleepingDegi Síðan síðan
  • Makes me want to read the book

    Chelsea JohnsonChelsea JohnsonDegi Síðan síðan
  • Ratched was simply great 👏🏼

    Chelsea JohnsonChelsea JohnsonDegi Síðan síðan
  • The shades of red nail polish and lip stick had me struck. They really thought of everything.

    Zoey MartinezZoey Martinez2 dögum síðan
  • Lol now im binge watching season 1 thanks to this vid

    hotpink000hotpink0003 dögum síðan
  • I love Nurse Rached as a villain because as a woman with several mental problems, mental health professionals like her are one of my biggest fears. Which is why I am genuinely terrified of every "feminist" who defends her

    Otaco StudiosOtaco Studios3 dögum síðan
  • Ratchet is what extreme feminist will be like if they get full control

    Bernard ReevesBernard Reeves3 dögum síðan
  • Jack probably looks. And acts like her brother that's why she wants to break him

    Yvette GarciaYvette Garcia3 dögum síðan
  • Nurse Ratchet is Nancy Pelosi!!

    Alysia CoxAlysia Cox3 dögum síðan
  • The writer of the prequel need to be taken out and read some history of psychiatric care.

    Lord RockinghamLord Rockingham4 dögum síðan
  • As a Medical Doctor, Ratchet is kind of Nurse that I’d like to work with. You know, nowadays we’re dealings with a lot of entitled “adults”. And a lot of time, you don’t need to scream, threatening voice when one smile is enough to convey something 🤔

    Adhi SuryanaAdhi Suryana4 dögum síðan
  • What a phenomenal show and character.

    Whats shakin Bacon! Nothin Just Sizzlin! Bars!Whats shakin Bacon! Nothin Just Sizzlin! Bars!4 dögum síðan
  • every version but this one has blue eyes...why is that

    TalthanTalthan4 dögum síðan
  • Battle. Ax. Lmao. Thats. A. Great. Word

    Sheila WilsonSheila Wilson4 dögum síðan
  • I. Love. This. Show. " too. Bad its. ONLY. Shown. On. Netflex. Not. Fair "" HBO. Should. Have. It !!!

    Sheila WilsonSheila Wilson4 dögum síðan
  • There are several AHS actors! Yay!

    Andi LeighAndi Leigh4 dögum síðan
  • The quote said people. But the narrator said inmates. ????

    Bailey BEAR22Bailey BEAR225 dögum síðan
  • But why did they make Sharon Stone look like Madonna?

    FrancoFranco5 dögum síðan
    • @Lara Tropp and Dimaggio.... Yes, I agree but I was just saying that in this series, Sharon Stone looked so much like Madge.

      FrancoFranco3 dögum síðan
    • Madonna always copied Marlene Dietrich and Monroe

      Lara TroppLara Tropp4 dögum síðan
  • I am just starting. The actress as Mildred is very elegant and well spoken 🙂

    Andrea LotoAndrea Loto5 dögum síðan
  • The fact that they actually had to go through that

    Jackbam4everJackbam4ever5 dögum síðan
  • The actress who play Ratchet in the series is older than the actress who plays her in the film. She also looks the same age. If the prequel is a lead up to the film then how is this possible ?.

    Sean JonesSean Jones5 dögum síðan
  • the 19' ratched is just nurse bucket

    Ziyi TianZiyi Tian5 dögum síðan
  • Louise Fletcher was absolutely brilliant.

    Steve AustinSteve Austin5 dögum síðan
  • time lines dont match up

    Griff GrapplesGriff Grapples5 dögum síðan
  • This character had shoes too big for Sarah to step in.

    SteveypoosSteveypoos5 dögum síðan
  • There’s many ways to be evil. That includes being the personification of an evil or harmful system.

    Mr. BaphyMr. Baphy6 dögum síðan
  • Ratched on Netflix is very grey. She's evil but she also does good things and she's been through a lot. It's very difficult to decide while watching, if you like her or not.

    Aaron JohnsonAaron Johnson6 dögum síðan
    • I personally love her.

      Anthony WalkerAnthony Walker20 klukkustundum síðan
    • she’s a very complex character

      Pepe DomingoPepe Domingo3 dögum síðan
  • The show is good on its own. However when mentioned it's supposed to be a prelude to Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest it becomes stupid tbh

    Reiiko FReiiko F6 dögum síðan
  • I didn’t think she was all that evil in One flew over the cuckoo’s nest

    Antonio StarchAntonio Starch6 dögum síðan
  • she was doing her job!!! leave her alone. she wasn't the one who killed a man in the end

    damithasapdamithasap6 dögum síðan
  • How much of the story in the series is from the book?

    Pavement PounderPavement Pounder6 dögum síðan
  • Saw this live onstage in Chicago with Gary Sinese playing the lead and the Native American actor reprising his role. Mind. Blowing. People literally booed nurse Ratched at the end!

    Okima WilcoxOkima Wilcox6 dögum síðan
  • Just in my opinion....as someone who suffers from mental illness, is a fan of the original story, and well knows the history of abuses committed against people like us in psychiatric institutions, and watched the show all the way through- I just can’t help but feel like Ratched completely missed the point of the original source material, and frankly, throws out the narrative and commentary surrounding mental illness and the treatment thereof by the system in favor of pointless, unneeded drama. I was actually kind of offended by it’s portrayal of more significant mental illnesses at times, and how they further dramatized it and twisted it to fit this scandalous narrative they’ve cooked up for this character. If you aren’t already aware, Nurse Ratched, in the original source material, is supposed to be a personification of the system, and furthermore a portrayal of how “normal” people treat/abuse/control those deemed “unfit” or “disabled” by common society, especially in an environment in which people believe is supposed to help said group of people. This is all completely my opinion, so I’m certain there will be people that disagree, but I believe that Ms. Paulson’s performance and the rest of the cast of the show would’ve been MUCH better served had thus just been an original, separate character, in her own story. Murphy essentially just took the name of a famously reviled character in literature and ignored the entire discourse and allegorical elements of said character in order to gain extra publicity for what is just, essentially, a more salacious and visually interesting adaptation of his second season of American Horror Story. While the show was well made, I and many others found it ultimately incredibly disappointing, and again, rather offensive at times when it comes to the portrayal and ignorance of the narrative of the mentally ill.

    Meredith L.Meredith L.6 dögum síðan
  • She's not a villian, she's the queen of my heart👑

    Dr. WhalesDr. Whales6 dögum síðan
  • Louise Fletcher won the Oscar as "Best Actress", not "Best Supporting Actress", as the narrator says.

    Bruce SeerBruce Seer6 dögum síðan
  • As someone who works in a psychiatric hospital i actually don’t see her as a villain. (I have only seen the movie, not the show and i haven’t read the novel) She is a nurse who really cares about her patients. And as i can say from my own experience, many patients don’t understand that they are suffering from a mental illness, although it is pretty obvious most of the time. This is why nurses like Ratched or like me are villains in the eyes of our patients. And since the movie is from the perspective of one of those patients, the staff are the villains of this movie, at least in the eyes of the viewer and “protagonists“. True, some of the actions taken by the nurses and wardens in the movie are very outdated, for example the lobotomy, but it was the medical way people were treated back then. And who knows how many of our therapies today will be outdated in 50 years? But until then, these are the only possibilities to treat women and men who are mentally ill. And i have seen many patients going through multiple phases of their illness where they hated us in the beginning but thanked us wholeheartedly once they were released.

    BastiBasti7 dögum síðan
    • Right... Only my psychiatric nurse merely made assumptions I was seriously mentally ill and went out of her way lying and miscontruing everything until she got her way. She couldn't read my mind, she is not a better witness to my own life than I am. It's strange how she can think something thing is true based on a thought she has in her head, isn't that the definition of a delusion? She was unable to provide any evidence whatsoever. Assumptions should never count as evidence. She did not help, but ruined my life and was happy about it. I was victim blamed, dehumanised, treated like dirt, had horrible assumptions made about me. That woman was a spiteful cow, even my mum said she seemed like she had it in for me. I was misdiagnosed mainly because of her and her desperation to have a dramatic case to work on, evidence is that she sought psychotic symptoms out of the most mundane situations, it doesn't matter that I answered no to every single one of her questions. Some of these people would prefer if you were severely ill, so they feel like they "helped" someone, they do the opposite and think nothing of harming people they deem ill.

      NihilNihil6 dögum síðan
  • I cried my eyes out at the end of this movie the 1st time I watched it

    Bread SandwichBread Sandwich7 dögum síðan
  • Wow thank you for this post! I've seen 'Cuckoo's' nest, hated Ratchet b/c of her cold & abusive nature. This was a very good.

    Valerei RenfroValerei Renfro7 dögum síðan
  • Louis Fletcher won oscar Best Actress (leading role) not supporting actress

    Imperata CylindricaImperata Cylindrica7 dögum síðan
  • This is crazy cause it still happens til this day.

    mountain ranger.mountain ranger.8 dögum síðan
  • I'm gay for Sarah!!!

    Gabi CampanhaGabi Campanha8 dögum síðan
  • Sarah Paulson was great in Matilda.

    HavikHavik8 dögum síðan
  • Too much violence it is not classy anymore

    RoyaRoya8 dögum síðan
  • She wasn't so bad in "Cuckoo's Nest". 🤔

    Buck WeetBuck Weet9 dögum síðan
  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest film came out in 1975, not 1972.

    Paul StonePaul Stone9 dögum síðan
  • Anyone else don’t think mildred is evil ?

    Lololo WikaLololo Wika9 dögum síðan
    • Nope.

      raphael44ifyraphael44ify7 dögum síðan
  • 5:24 Great scott! That's Doc!

    RaymondHngRaymondHng9 dögum síðan
  • Thank god it's not based off of a real nurse.

    PrincessKLSPrincessKLS9 dögum síðan
    • There are professionals as bad as this, honestly, very evil people and they get away with their abuse as they are believed over the patients. They are certainly not in the industry to help people it's all about social control and the industry attracts insecure and abusive people like them.

      NihilNihil9 dögum síðan
  • Quite Joan Crawfordish

    Milady De WinterMilady De Winter9 dögum síðan
  • Looks like any other Ryan Murphy show

    Ms. TalMs. Tal9 dögum síðan
  • suck it nurse

    The Bug Bouncer Luikart Skarda Super HeroThe Bug Bouncer Luikart Skarda Super Hero9 dögum síðan
  • I love everything about the series and the film, just can't see any similarity between them

    Cabra MarcadoCabra Marcado10 dögum síðan
  • Louise Fletcher is a legend as Nurse Ratched AND Olivia Foxworth in the original film adaptation of The Flowers in the Attic ( which desecrated the book but is still a million times better than the Lifetime made for TV version)

    Counter IntuitiveCounter Intuitive10 dögum síðan
  • I honestly don’t see how she’s so hated. Like, she doesn’t seem bad at me.

    boy toyboy toy10 dögum síðan
    • @boy toy Really?? You can't understand why Ratched is so hated? This isn't about McMurphy. It's about Ratched. So whatever he did, or however bad a person he is, it doesn't excuse what she did. Besides, she was inhumane and vicious with everyone, not just him. She was cruel and vindictive and infantilised the men as much as she possibly could. She enjoyed making people suffer. Because she was in charge of people who were ill and vulnerable, she had a free hand. She drove a young boy to suicide. Can you imagine - she was going to tell his mother? He was of age, and health professionals are supposed to honour the Hippocratic Oath, or the modern equivalent, and respect the privacy of their patients. She knew that saying that, she would break him, and break him she did. It's complete bollocks to say she's only hated because she's a woman. If she'd been a man, she'd have been loathed just as much. That's just a post-feminist interpretation.

      raphael44ifyraphael44ify7 dögum síðan
    • @boy toy you don’t even know how young she looked, he explained her as looking alot older than 15 which is completely possible, im still in high school and I know plenty of 15 year olds who could easily pass for 18 or even 19 or 20. And even if he did knowingly commit the crime, that doesnt exuse her abuse of all of them, i mean she works in a mental hospital for gods sake, im sure most people in her position have dealt with far worse. In an environment like that its absolutely important to be completely professional no mader who your dealing with, thats what this film and book was trying to show, everyone knows that statutory rape is bad, but not everyone knows how bad seemingly innocent people can be when given to much un regulated power.

      ThetoothbrushfromnisemonogatariThetoothbrushfromnisemonogatari9 dögum síðan
    • @Thetoothbrushfromnisemonogatari A man that is that age shouldn’t even pursue a girl that looks that young. It’s rape according to the law, so it’s rape. The fact you don’t see that means you must be of a different generation I am.

      boy toyboy toy9 dögum síðan
    • @boy toy The book and film acually exposed a lot of malpractice in mental institution‘s all around America and actually did a lot of actual good. Also, if you genuinely Don’t think there’s anything wrong with how she treated her patients, then you must’ve watched a different movie than me because her job is to help the patients but she completely abused her power whenever things didn’t go exactly her way, she literally drove that one young patient kill himself because she of her horrible abusive treatment of him after feeling less powerful. Also the girl said she was 18 so it wasn’t really rape.

      ThetoothbrushfromnisemonogatariThetoothbrushfromnisemonogatari9 dögum síðan
    • Thetoothbrushfromnisemonogatari I watched the film. I had to slog through it because it’s an old movie and highly unpleasant to watch but I did watch it so I could go into Ratched with a good idea of what it would be about. Plus, Jack Nicklson or however you spell it was really difficult to watch. He’s just a gross man and I don’t like him; not one bit. Anyway, the film is deeply misogynistic and the only reason the antagonist is hated so deeply is because she is a woman. Male characters who behave the same are never met with the same level of hatred. Also, the protagonist legit goes to the mental asylum because he rapes an underage woman. If that doesn’t show you how of the time it is, I don’t know what will. Nurse Ratched was not bad at all. She kept order. Apparently maintaining control over a psych ward is villainous. Apparently rationing cigarettes as punishment for breaking the rules is villainous. Apparently hashing out discipline when one patient has sex with another, which is against the rules even in psych wards today, is villainous. Apparently telling the patients that to return to their daily routine when a fellow patient commits suicide, a completely logical thing to say when you are in a position of authority, is villainous. The film and book are stupid and people who see Ratched as a villain are stupid as well. It makes 0 sense and I don’t see why people hate her so much when there are so many characters out there who are much, much worse. For example, why the fuck is a character like joker so loved? He’s way more villainous. All of you are hypocrites!

      boy toyboy toy9 dögum síðan
  • I hope Sarah Paulson Gets the nurse ratchet treatment in real life

    Suq MadiqSuq Madiq10 dögum síðan
  • I’d love to see Sarah paulson get the nurse ratchet treatment in real life

    Suq MadiqSuq Madiq10 dögum síðan
  • You bring up how people use this movie to whine about beaurocracy. Just wanna quickly say those people don't have the slightest clue wtf they're talking about. Beaurocracy is the kinda thing that PREVENTS stuff like this from happening these days. What, you wanna trust the church instead?! pfft! Yeah lets just ask the middle ages how that turned out.

    ----10 dögum síðan
  • I don’t feel like she was a villain! Complex yes villain no!

    NWOYENWOYE10 dögum síðan
  • my favorite thing about the new Mildred is how she doesn't seem much of a villain. she's the protagonist, but not a good person whos a protagonist. the antagonist is someone who is really just a bumbling character who kinda means well. it's very interesting

    Connor RheahConnor Rheah10 dögum síðan
  • *You save one life and you are a hero, you save a hundred lives but then you are a nurse* This one single sentence holds so much power .

    Ankita ShawAnkita Shaw10 dögum síðan
  • "...Emasculating control..." damn that felt awful

    The MartianThe Martian10 dögum síðan
  • Oh my GOD. I just found out from Screen Rant that this is a thing, and apparently I'm blocked from commenting on it there. Wtf. I had read about Ratched maybe two years back, just assumed it was one of those situations where they ultimately decided not to make it for whatever reason. And for that I was relieved, for I was not at all happy about the idea of the show. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest is one of my favorite novels. And with what's going on today with men and Twitter-feminism, all the anti-male stuff, it is one of the most IMPORTANT novels. I honestly believe we'd eventually work these issues out, become what we are meant to, not only as men but as a people, if Cuckoo's Nest were assigned in high school. And it needs to be the BOOK, not the movie. Yes, Nicholson's grin is funny and all that, but to really experience the character of R.P. McMurphy (and the character of Chief, who is REALLY gypped in the film. He's almost as important as Mac, the story is through HIS eyes, and he's the epitome of a broken, emasculated male until he meets Mac. Not to get too heavy, but Chief is kind of St. Paul to Mac's Jesus) you need to READ THE BOOK. As far as this show, I was glad when I thought it died, but it seemed to make sense that it would. How would they TODAY, in the cancelling, Twitter-war era, make a show from a book that was so pro-freedom, pro-maleness, pro-SEX, and ANTI-statist, and with a man-hating sexless female as the symbol of tyranny? Honestly, I was surprised to learn they were even trying. The book, to me, stands in direct opposition to what the Twitter-mob generation want. The fact that they did go ahead with the show, in today's climate, that can only mean they are trying to humanize Ratched, get us to feel sorry for her, and (I heard there's at least a couple episodes where someone will be playing Mac) perhaps begin to think, "hmm, that Big Nurse wasn't so bad, that Mcmurphy WAS kind of unruly, she was only doing her job." So, let me be clear: Big Nurse is a villain and what she represents is the end of masculinity and freedom and, well, everything. She's pure evil, motivated by spite and a desire to control and weaken men. If the show wants us to in any way side with her....the hell with that. Read the book. Young men, any man, read the book. Young women, who don't like the soyboys or the current way men are being villified and women turned into lifelong victims (there ARE some of you out there, sick of this crap, some of you who actually liked and miss MEN), read the book. Everyone read the book, and you will see: if the show wants us to side with Big Nurse, hell, what's next? A show making the swine in Animal Farm seem like the heroes?

    Advanced RaymondologyAdvanced Raymondology10 dögum síðan
  • It’s funny I learned all about nurse ratched from the Netflix show. I loved Sarahs performance of her. She did not seem that bad in the cuckoo nest movie until the very end when she indirectly caused Billy to take his life.

    Daphne LouisDaphne Louis10 dögum síðan
  • But why the Nurses lipstick are brightly coloured?

    Vanan NavarasanVanan Navarasan11 dögum síðan
  • “One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest” was incredible and entertaining.

    TyTy11 dögum síðan
  • Oh

    iKutieiKutie12 dögum síðan
  • I loved the series !?!

    GoldGold12 dögum síðan
  • Een karakter studie. Met horror kantjes ?

    Liliane BeeckmanLiliane Beeckman12 dögum síðan
  • I thought she was suppose to be less cruel in the book But then again have not read since grade. 11 ,it is great see that peeps in the old part of the wolf know a the U.K ,have done the book in school as well .But like call you peolpe the old country means. all of the U.K for me ,and did the current nurse Ratched just played the Queen in like that called the Crown ,which has do with boring Royal family of stiffs from England .

    Jonathan BarkerJonathan Barker13 dögum síðan
  • The “that’s my peach” scene will be legendary in a few decades

    Cyancat123Cyancat12313 dögum síðan
  • I mean there's a reason why her name is the way it is am I right?

    A Hobo Hippie ManchildA Hobo Hippie Manchild13 dögum síðan
  • Nurse Ratched Stickers & Shirts ❤ www.redbubble.com/i/sticker/Nurse-Ratched-by-Prossori/58793873.EJUG5

    Yousef SalemYousef Salem13 dögum síðan
  • The headmaster of my school is just like that! No kidding! O.o

    ClaireClaire14 dögum síðan
  • OMG I Could Never Hate Sarah She is Just Beautiful and such a great actor.

    Buddahstar8Buddahstar814 dögum síðan
  • Paulson was terrific, but I felt like the netflix Ratched was written more like a sadistic serial killer, and she reminded me more of Hannibal Lecter than the actual Ratched

    SunnyCapriSunnyCapri14 dögum síðan
  • I was baker acted in Florida for posting something about my suicidal thoughts. If you do not know what baker acting is look It up. Florida is the last place in the US where this still takes place. After my ex husband found out he used to threaten me with it when he became angry. Anyway, the workers in mental hospitals are still pretty cold. Maybe not that much. But its pretty bad. If you ever feel like killing yourself call a friend. Don't commit yourself My ex husband is Miss Ratched

    Calla DollCalla Doll14 dögum síðan
    • Sorry to hear that, often it's the case that people are much better off without "help." In my case I ended up much worse off, wrongly judged, treated spitefully, almost killed.

      NihilNihil14 dögum síðan
  • Once Upon A Time reference! 😃

    Zylice LiddellZylice Liddell14 dögum síðan
  • sarah paulson was perfect the role.

    sister saladssister salads14 dögum síðan
  • Thing with the 1975 version is that she is recalled as one of the most evil characters in fiction. The truth, however, is that McMurphy was actually the instigator of their ensuing conflict. Only during the third act does she become truly evil. For most of story she is just doing her job.

    twistedticktwistedtick15 dögum síðan
  • Just a scary nurse in an entertaining movie! Great performance

    Jack ArnsickJack Arnsick15 dögum síðan
  • I managed to watch a lot of it but gave up when it became just an anti male AHS repeat

    Lorraine HindeLorraine Hinde16 dögum síðan
  • Emily Blunt or Charlize Theron would be perfect cast for Ratched... (in my opinion)

    tije12thjuly roestamtije12thjuly roestam17 dögum síðan
  • everyone needs to watch this on acid, 100000x better

    Christian PierceChristian Pierce17 dögum síðan
  • It's nurse Ratched not Ratchet they are 2 different things not just a pronunciation thing.

    ChaCha17 dögum síðan
  • She won an oscar for this emotionless portrayal? Ooph. It literally feels like AHS Asylum with Wilhemina Venable. I love Paulson's acting, but after seeing her in so much that are all very similar roles told by the same man they become samey. I'll give this a miss.

    ChuxChux17 dögum síðan
  • I am getting tonal whiplash from the juxtaposition of the realistic Ratched and the cartoonish Tim Burton-esque Ratched who act nothing alike. Are these really suppose to be happening in the same universe, or is this like a Disney's Spider-Man/Spiderverse situation? Where, yeah they are the same characters, but this one has a talking pig in it.

    SSmotzerSSmotzer17 dögum síðan
  • Support my channel pls ispast.info/losk/v-deo/bF6sY5rZsqSoqaw.html

    How TimeHow Time17 dögum síðan
  • The show was trash.. just watch the movie. and if you like the movie. You will love the book!

    Forgotten son Of OdinForgotten son Of Odin18 dögum síðan
  • As a Czech, it´s incerdibly funny to me how the narrator says the director´s name (Miloš Forman). I even had to rewind it a few times to understand what she was saying, but hey, good effort.

    Anastasia GermainAnastasia Germain18 dögum síðan
  • No captions? Not cool

    Katy CorpusKaty Corpus18 dögum síðan