Alan Turing is the genius British mathematician who was instrumental in breaking the German naval Enigma Code during World War II, arguably saving millions of lives. Turing's achievements went unrecognised during his lifetime. Instead he ended up being treated as a common criminal, for being homosexual at a time when homosexual acts were a crime. In 1952, he was convicted of 'gross indecency' with another man and was forced to undergo so-called 'organo-therapy' - chemical castration. Two years later, he killed himself with cyanide, aged just 41. Alan Turing was driven to a terrible despair and early death by the nation he'd done so much to save.
The film goes inside the life of one of the most important people in history. Alan Turing is a brilliant codebreaker in World War II. He must undergo terrible days of persecution which makes him suicide to ends his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: I like how the plot didn't divert by other potential distractions within the story of Philomena and Anthony. It was tempting, I'm sure, to explore Martin Sixsmith's character further, to get into his personal life a little more. Diving into Philomena's own love life or relationship with her daughter was probably equally luring, but I think the movie was stronger for avoiding those unnecessary plot lines. Although the story moved slowly it didn't feel slow. It was honest, not flashy; the script allowed the characters to move within the circumstances as was true to them without pushing an agenda. A message was, nevertheless, communicated and I appreciated that it was done so without a spoon. Ultimately, I think it is a story of one woman's journey of faith and forgiveness, which for Philomena Lee go hand in hand.
(ag) wrote: Divertido ver como un montn de opiniones escuchadas miles de veces solo para zurrar encima de George Lucas, lo mejor es que el tiempo termina por cambiar todo.
(it) wrote: I don't really understand why so many people dislike this movie, in my opinion this was an excellent and better than the first one. It is more 'realistic' if you can say it for this series, it it more serious and grave and has more violence. The one thing that may have made this movie get bad reviews is probably the CGI blood that often splatters on the screen. Although, I don't find it very bothering.
(kr) wrote: I love this film so much, it makes me smile and cry and smile again - I'll often think about that immortal line and dance the little dance "up your bum! up your bum!" Well - it appealled to my childish sense of humour and made me happy.
(jp) wrote: Much different than I expected it to be. I guess I should have looked closer at the poster for this one. ahaha, it was quite thee amusing and heartfelt dramedy with some erotic elements. Going into it not knowing anything is best. I definitely enjoyed this one quite a bit.
(br) wrote: This movie isn't you had it right in your hands and you lost is, this isn't downright awful, this isn't piss me the fuck off. This movie is garbage.
(kr) wrote: Tim Robbins directed himself in this political satire/farce. Very funny mockumentary, with great songs. Tim should rap more.
(kr) wrote: Classic coming-of-age film that I fell senselessly and unashamedly in love with. =D
(br) wrote: typical old-school romantic comedy. you can never go wrong with jimmy stewart.
(jp) wrote: this is an incredibly fine movie and probably the best war film i've ever seen. expertly directed by john ford and acted by john wayne and robert montgomery. see it, it's fantastic.
(ca) wrote: Underneath the annoying broadly-drawn characters and the frustratingly contrived story, one can't help but feel the sense of something magical, a poetic beauty in it's complexities and in it's very essence. I've always known Chaplin as a great writer, his ability to blend genres together seamlessly is nothing short of amazing. In A Woman Of Paris, Chaplin showcases his sense of tenderness and delicate poetry that he has weaved so perfectly in his masterpieces. Sadly, it's not perfect. This could just be a matter of personal taste, but I found the characters to be frustrating to almost no end. Much of the main turning points in the story arc (and the resulting irony and drama) relies on contrived and forced coincidences that feel illogical and nonsensical and as a result, make the film difficult to swallow. And because of the characters being so broadly-drawn, you have even more trouble swallowing, as you have trouble even understanding the characters themselves. Almost everything feels so vague. But somehow, despite any flaws or faults you find in this film, you'll feel a sense of brilliance in it's poetry. As I said, it could just be a matter of taste, or perhaps relevance (this film is 90 years old after all), so it could be easier for other viewers to grasp the film's story. And even if you can't, there's something in the film's delicateness in the narrative that keeps you watching and intrigued. By the film's end, my suspicion's were confirmed. Chaplin again displays his impeccable ability to tie up a film's ends to perfection, like a intricately woven tapestry that reveals a beautifully arresting image. Sorry, that was cheesy. But necessary. There will be many people that will be frustrated by A Woman In Paris, but there will probably be just as many people who will be able to enjoy it. Regardless of how you may feel about it, there's no doubt that you will feel stimulated, emotionally and spiritually, by Chaplin's glorious talent and skill as a writer and director.
(ag) wrote: Really stupid at the beginning and then it gets worse. I suspect 10 year old boys would yawn at all the tit flashing scenes.
(br) wrote: Mostly a fun and creative kids movie, but some parts were just too dark for me to really enjoy it as a kid. Namely toy disfigurement, murder plots, and Buzz's delusions that turn into crippling depression.
(de) wrote: thats wat makes it good rtansformers is about blowing shit up!!!
(de) wrote: Wow. Where to begin with this one...This movie is so unpredictable, disturbing, graphic, and emotional. A testament of sorts to unrelenting love and compassion as well as the lack thereof, and the psychological effects of trauma. It also paints a portrait of the desparation and depravity that the need for answers breeds.If you can handle torture porn, which I don't feel this is, and you love your gory horror movies it is a must watch. A well done addition to the genre.
(jp) wrote: Strange little film with a great cast