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Sunday, January 5, 2014

The King's Speech is an entertaining and fine acted film

What: Movie Review

2010's Oscar winning film the King's Speech is a highly entertaining and one of the most beautifully acted movies of the past few years that displays an interesting piece of world history. Besides from the great acting lead by fine performances by Colin Firth as King George Bertie, Geoffrey Rush also delivers a fine acting job as Lionel Logue, the King's doctor and speech therapist. The King's Speech is a reminder of a film that doesn't need action and violence in order to keep an audience interested throughout from beginning to end as its set in a critical point in history shortly before WWII.

Grade: A- or B+

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