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Genres: History , Drama , Biography
Actors: Ben Wimsett , Dominic Applewhite , Jennifer Ehle , Calum Gittins , Geoffrey Rush , Roger Hammond , Charles Armstrong , Andrew Havill , Adrian Scarborough , Paul Trussell , Richard Dixon , Robert Portal , Derek Jacobi , Helena Bonham Carter , Colin Firth
Director: Tom Hooper
Country: United Kingdom
Year: 2010
IMDB Rating: 8.1/10 (244963 votes)

Tells the story of the man who became King George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II. After his brother abdicates, George (‘Bertie’) reluctantly assumes the throne. Plagued by a dreaded stammer and considered unfit to be king, Bertie engages the help of an unorthodox speech therapist named Lionel Logue. Through a set of unexpected techniques, and as a result of an unlikely friendship, Bertie is able to find his voice and boldly lead the country through war.

Film Review

I gave it four stars just as a courtesy…People love to imitate idols, love to emulate higher class cloths, gestures, fashion, cars, homes… Even if they don't like it that much!That is the only reason this movie got this high of a score! Everybody thinks that if it is so nicely pictured, with all the nice colors and gradation of them, being about something noble as King him self – it has to be good! Nobody would give the king less than 7! Right? Movie it self is too hollow and boring to be the movie at all. It could be made in some afternoon clip about the historical event or something similar, but a full featured theater movie? Nope, it is a mistake. I am just glad to see that on most internet sites my theory holds, professional critics give to the movie almost maximum score, while audience never reaches more than 75% of that. Rolling Stone's readers give it a miserable half of the score, 2 out of 4 stars! That's it! It is likely to fall a sleep than to finish it……

Winner, Best Picture, 2011.The movie is packed with brilliant performances by Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush and an impressive performance by Helen Bonham Carter combined with Tom Hooper's diligent direction and mellifluous music. The humor is timely and sensible and the language spoken and storyline fairly simple.I was quite sure of watching 'The King's Speech' claim the Best Picture Oscar at the Academy Award presentations, 2011. The very first scene in the movie established this impression the first time i watched the movie. The movie begins with a euphonious background score as the radio announcer rinses his mouth before the broadcast and the whole stadium awaits the arrival of the Duke to deliver the speech that concludes the exhibition.Duke George stammers and if one asked him he'd reply "I bloody well stammer". He consults several speech therapists who try their antiquated methods on him for no use. Upon reference, the duchess visits Lionel inc…

The first thing that can be said about 'the king's speech' is the performance. C.Firth is amazing, performing very realistic a person with speech problems. In addition, the friendship that is built between the two main characters, the king and his doctor, is blending in nicely with the whole plot, keeping the audience's interest up. The historical facts are combined easily in the story, not too boring or tiring and, fortunately, not too confusing. However, apart from the above, the film does not give something to look forward to. It captures the atmosphere of the time and the way of life in the United Kingdom, but it is getting stuck on some points. Plus the doctor is not presented as he should be, giving more details about his life and hopes. All in all, an interesting film, but only for the ones that like this kind of films.