The King's Speech

2010 [english]

Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / Family / History / Musical / Reality-TV / Romance / Talk-Show

The King's Speech

2010 [english]

Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / Family / History / Musical / Reality-TV / Romance / Talk-Show

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Synopsis

Britain's Prince Albert (Colin Firth) must ascend the throne as King George VI, but he has a speech impediment. Knowing that the country needs her husband to be able to communicate effectively, Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter) hires Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush), an Australian actor and speech therapist, to help him overcome his stammer. An extraordinary friendship develops between the two men, as Logue uses unconventional means to teach the monarch how to speak with confidence. —Jwelch5742.

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  • Reviewed by haakondrang grade 8 / 10

    Good movie, with a great cast

    This is a beautiful and well made movie. The director has made the story of King George VI into something more interesting than just "the story". The movie starts with George as the duke of York, and follows his way to become king, and his difficulties with the stammering. George finds a therapist, Lionel Logue, who will become more than just a therapist. A true friend.The movie is really well made. The music, the cinematography, the cast, the script etc. is good, and as it should be.Colin Firth in the role as King George VI is really good, and he is completely convincing as a man who struggles with different things, such as his temperament, memories from his childhood and of course: his stammering. The story of King George, and how he defeats this problem with stammering is a touching story to follow. Overall, a good movie, but not the best. 8/10.


  • Reviewed by pauletterich-la grade 9 / 10

    King Colin

    After seeing "Apartment Zero" and being bowled over again by his amazing performance as the Argentinean pretending to be British, I felt the urge to see "The King's Speech" again - So glad I did. It was very moving to see Adrian Leduc being George VI. What an astonishing actor. In Apartment Zero he creates a character without a personality. A repressed, innocent that comes out as a total weirdo but we know better. His undeclared needs reflected in Colin Firth's eyes are a prodigious acting feast. In The King's Speech, his George VI suffers from a different fear but it's also pungently clear in the actor's eyes. I think what they both share is a desperate wish to be invisible. For King George that's an impossibility so, his struggle to move forward, learning to be the man everyone expects him to be is enormously moving. As you may have guessed, Colin Firth has become one of my favorite actors of all time.


  • Reviewed by grantss grade 9 / 10

    Great movie, driven by a great cast

    Great movie, driven by a great cast.Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush are excellent as King George VI and Lionel Logue respectively, and both deserve their Oscar nominations. Great performances from the supporting cast too - especially Helena Bonham Carter (as Queen Elizabeth), Guy Pearce (as King Edward VIII) and Michael Gambon (as King George V).Direction is flawless: pacing is spot on, story flows well, cinematography cannot be faulted. Script is solid.Not the best movie of 2010/11, no matter what happened at the Oscars, but one of the best.


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