The King’s Speech

This King’s Speech is a really good and enjoyable movie. Directing by not well-known Tom Hooper is nice. The film conveys a lot emotionally, and its acting showcase is just mind-blowingly awesome: Helena Bonham Carter is great, Geoffrey Rush is excellent, and Colin Firth is perfection. In fact, I’d say that a great deal of the film’s dramatic message (and success) relies on Firth’s consummate command, understanding and delivery of true and emotive acting.

Hi there, Marla.

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