The King’s Speech (2010)

Rated R

This is a brilliant film. The story, the vision, and the performances are all amazing. It’s extraordinary that in one film everything in lines with each other. Smooth storytelling at it’s finest. Although, this film is wonderful in all the elements but like all true stories on films, it’s not the complete true story. For one thing, Bertie and Lionel weren’t really buddy buddy, they still had the polite distance that was between monarchy and commoners. It also implies that Churchill was a good friend to King George but he in fact supported King Edward. Not to mention a time warp in the film. Even with all of these for the history buffs out there, it is still one of the best films of the year. Well worth a watch.

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