The Real King's Speech
The true story of King George VI's struggle to overcome his stammer, and the parts played in his battle with his disability by his speech therapist, brother, father and wife.
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Rick B (br) wrote: Man, a really good movie. Sometimes with Bollywood all you get is song, dance & fluff - which is ok time to time - but Guru really delivers on the story of a village man reaching for the stars. Glad to see Big B's son can act.
Heba M (jp) wrote: so sad how one decision can turn a lives upside down
Haruka K (it) wrote: While watching the first story in this film, I was thinking that there is no one who make story full of connection bet people nowadays. Peoples lives have changed. Thus, I felt such a nostargic to the old age. And it was surprising just to see the scenes full of sences of living.
AudreyKim H (kr) wrote: Probably one of Paul Newman's best lesser-known films.
Karsh D (us) wrote: In truth, it's about as bad as they come. And I would know.
Catie B (kr) wrote: The story was exiciting, but the characters were underdeveloped.
Asher K (ru) wrote: Is it sappy? Yes. Has it held up well with time? probably not, but Meet Me in St Louis is a charming and entertaining a romance movie. Garland shines as the emotional and romantic Esther, Margaret O'Brien is an absolute hoot as the brash little 'Tootie', and the score is fantastic (I haven't been able to get the movie's theme song out my head for the last two weeks!).
Robert R (au) wrote: Thanks in no small part to the classic wordplay and slapstick that made the Marx Brothers so iconic, "Animal Crackers" delivers the laughs as well as an overall feel that's reminiscent of a more innocently amusing era of comedy.
Stan L (us) wrote: that s what an ideal film is: images without a word (voice, or even intertitle), but only visual language. EXCITING!
Zach U (ca) wrote: Painfully boring and 45 minutes too long.
Adam P (gb) wrote: This is an epic, and it fulfills exactly what you would want from an epic.