Phenomenal Story, Wonderful Acting; Powerful and Moving

By bluelady
Written January 01, 2011
Now I see why this film has been nominated for the "Best Picture" awards. What a wonderful true story; if all history were presented like this, many many people would take history as their major! Colin Firth is magnificent as a stumbling, fumbling, bumbling would-be king; Geoffrey Rush as the patient, eccentric teacher -- the chemistry between these two was breathtaking to behold. Helena Bonham Carter was superb as Mum in her younger days! AHH, to be treated to such a film is the reason we all go to the movies. I can think of nothing that would have improved this film -- absolute perfection. Thank you, oh wondrous filmmakers for this year's best!
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King's Speech

By Mawari
Written November 29, 2010
Excellent Acting, Excellent Story. Moving, Insightful struggle of a man to master his limitations. Many insights deliivered with proper British reserve. Camera work and setting were spot on. Also an fascinating insight into the Royal Family and Edward who abdicated the throne for Wallace Siimpson.
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The King's Speech

By rutherford
Written December 07, 2010
Beautifully portrayed with important historical relevance—a docudrama of sorts—that would be important to educators starting at the high school level. The film is deeply touching with an appropriate dose of humor.
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Five Word Review

By Javajive
Written December 10, 2010
Oscar worthy COLIN FIRTH shined!!!!!
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Five Word Review

By jennj99738
Written December 27, 2010
Best Film of the Year
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