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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Hurt

    The music video manly men can cry their manly tears to. And deservedly so! I suspect that Cash in his later years could imbue any song with old-timey dignity and pathos, but there was always a hard kernel of something beyond nihilistic self-pity in NIN's output. A gorgeous, leathery, heartbreaking video.

  2. That Geek With The Clip-Ons's rating of the film Hurt

    Amazing cover and an amazing video. Johnny Cash was truly a wonder.

  3. Lintang A.'s rating of the film Hurt

    Cash last MV just too powerful for me.

  4. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Hurt

  5. smndvdcl's rating of the film Hurt

    Who knew that a Nine Inch Nails cover could become one of the most moving songs in music's illustrious history? Johnny Cash's cathartic will and testament to a life of debauchery and regrets is chronologued with an unmistakable pathos in such a direct music video. Astonishing.

  6. The Macho King's rating of the film Hurt

    Johnny Cash will always be the motherfuckin man.

  7. Maxwell's rating of the film Hurt

    More Escoffier than Romanek's win here, nonetheless a poetic tribute to the man's life coming to it's final chapter.

  8. Amethystlyheart's rating of the film Hurt

  9. Risya's rating of the film Hurt

    The video and the song both emotionally touching. The fact that its contained archieved images from Cash's life up to his final months is a great testament and what makes it so powerful. Theres so much pain behind it and a haunting portrait of a clearly fragile Cash. He project his emotions and it can be heard in his voice. This especially devastating because it was recorded months before his death.

  10. madebydanlam's rating of the film Hurt

    Best editing for a music video!

  11. Mugino's rating of the film Hurt

    The weight of experience and years of struggle give this NIN cover devastating power.

  12. Samuel Cogrenne's rating of the film Hurt

    I'm a huge fan of NIN and i'm not really digging Johnny Cash but this song is better than the original. One of the rare cover to give more emotion, like Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley.