The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game

Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II.

Alan Turing, who saved millions of lives by cracking Germany';s so-called unbreakable code during WWII. During the winter of 1952, British authorities entered the home of mathematician, cryptanalyst and war hero Alan Turing to investigate a reported burglary. They instead ended up arresting Turing himself on charges of ';gross indecency';, an accusation that would lead to his devastating conviction for the criminal offense of homosexuality - little did officials know, they were actually incriminating the pioneer of modern-day computing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Imitation Game torrent reviews

Deidra R (de) wrote: I think it's cool how this was based off of a TRUE story in a little small town about an hour from me in Rich Hill, MO! ;) Pretty neat!

Linda P (fr) wrote: Highly improbable story line, but it was still a good laugh... and for being in the US, they forgot to change all the Manitoba Licence Plates and the decals on the EMS vans! Good old Winnipeg film crews

Sam L (ru) wrote: The most accurate depiction of the relationship that boys have with their summer job.

Ben E (ru) wrote: Although I enjoyed it's quirkiness and performances, in the final sequences I felt cheated of an hour and a half of my life. I was confused, disappointed and left wondering why it was even made. There were enjoyable parts but little to no redeemable qualities about this film.

Ryan S (ru) wrote: Field of Screams had me screaming.... for it to end. While the original (remake) was very well done, this movie is everything it wasn't. Bad acting, bad lines, terrible special effects, and awful timing in both kills and comedy. Most of the actors from the original didn't come back to reprise their roles (Lin Shaye as one of the few). Not only that, but the replacement actors give the characters different personalities than they had in the original. (Most obvious is the character of Rufus). Bill Mosely replaces Robert Englund as Mayor Buckmun, and he does a decent job of sticking to the original character, but he often goes over the top. He, along with Lin Shaye, being veteran actors, are the only good things about this film. Otherwise, this movie is just plain painful.

Sasha V (gb) wrote: I didn't understand what was going on. The cinematography was beautiful, Mongolia is beautiful, and the language and music were beautiful. But what exactly happened? I'm not sure the slow pacing made me think the way it was intended to.

Sancar S (ru) wrote: Weak but unique Dutch.

Freda W (gb) wrote: made me asleep at least 10 times during this movie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lia K (ag) wrote: The Subversives The movie Mona Lisa Smile is about sexism, the story takes place in the 50s. The writers are Lawrence Konner and Mark Rosenthal and the movie is directed by Mike Newell. The title is a reference to the painting Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. The main actresses are Julia Roberts, who became a star after the movie Pretty Woman (1990); Kirsten Dunst who was Mary Jane in the Spider Man franchise, she won the award for Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival and the Saturn Award for her performance in the movie Melancholy (2011); Julia Stiles participated in three Hollywood productions: The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and Bourne Ultimatum with actor Matt Damon; Maggie Gyllenhaal, her last job was the miniseries The Honourable Woman in 2014; Ginnifer Goodwin, currently dubbed the voice of the character Judy Hops in the movie Zootopia. Julia Roberts stars as the art history teacher at conservative Wellesley College, and her main intention is to break the behaviors and thoughts imposed by the sexism culture. This Movie is amazing, because it shows different female behavior imposed for society, the time is the 50s but is very recent. The teacher Katherine Watson supports the idea that women dont need to marry and have a family, but to build professional career and to be independent. The five students represent some prejudice that society impose to women saying what woman can or cant be, in the movie there are women more liberal, the bigoted - all things were wrong and because of this she looks like she doesn't like women - the insecure, because she didnt have a beauty standard. The Wellesley College taught how to behave around men, its culture was around men, the girls married during the academic life, and they abandoned their dreams and desires.Julia Roberts acting was convincing, she broke the image of fragile character and romantic of "Pretty Woman" movie, passed the image of a strong woman that has conviction of ideals. The actress Maggie Gyllenhal almost stole the scene with her interpretation, because the character was the opposite of expected for that time, and she didnt worry about people's opinion. Gisele was authentic and lived life without stereotypes. Currently, the Wellesley College looks like a place to form leaderships, where women can do the difference in the world, but these actions look a little still uneven, although the ideas have changed. The women dont need specific place to study or to form leaderships, women and men need to be together without differences and with respect. Unfortunately, "Mona Lisa smile" shows a reality: women dont like women. The sexism is rooted and women judge women for any action or appearances, women need to be subversive, breaking barriers and stereotypes, they need to be united. Women need in their day by day actions, changing the women image, we arent born to serve men, we are able to build our own life and to make our choices, we can make any choice independent of people's opinion. Finally, the movie showed a present reality in society, but can be changed like in the movie, the students become aware of real role. This film is recommended for all the public, in special for women, because it is a form of awareness and a reflection to review some thoughts and actions. A change need to start from us women.

Melanie E (ru) wrote: hiya all, Gary Oldman is so good , I think this is his best performance. The music is unbelievable and Oldman as Beethoven gives such an intense and convincing performance of a tortured and sensitive soul who is totally miss understood , poignant and subtle, but also in your face emotion. An amazing portrayal .

Aaron H (ag) wrote: The production on this was actually canceled back in 2006, so I find it very funny that it's still listed on Flixster.

Andr D (jp) wrote: "Foxy Brown" es una divertida cinta de "Blaxploitation" acerca de una mujer que busca venganza por la muerte de su novio, un informante de la polica. Dilogos ocurrentes, situaciones violentas y graciosas y mucho sexo gratuito. Qu ms se puede pedir?

Brian B (ag) wrote: I gave one star for Hazel Court. Otherwise, this doesn't deserve any rating at all. Let's hear it for women empowerment! Too bad it was such a bad movie to try it with.

Dave B (gb) wrote: Wow, what an awful movie. I'm amazed that, despite such a hideous script, they managed to hire several well-known actors -- who've all certainly damaged their reputations with this turkey.The storyline was shallow, disjointed and undeveloped. The characters were all one-dimensional and unsympathetic. The dialogue frequently made no sense at all. Even the CGI was weak.This movie has no redeeming qualities at all. Do yourself a favor, and stay away!

Claire M (it) wrote: Watched this freshman year of high school, it was pretty good for someone who doesn't really love black and white movies.