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The King’s Speech 2010

The King’s Speech 2010

Find your voice.Sep. 06, 2010 118 Min.
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Director

Tom Hooper
Director

Cast

Colin Firth isKing George VI
King George VI
Geoffrey Rush isLionel Logue
Lionel Logue
Helena Bonham Carter isQueen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth
Guy Pearce isKing Edward VIII
King Edward VIII
Timothy Spall isWinston Churchill
Winston Churchill
Michael Gambon isKing George V
King George V
Jennifer Ehle isMyrtle Logue
Myrtle Logue
Derek Jacobi isArchbishop Cosmo Lang
Archbishop Cosmo Lang
Freya Wilson isPrincess Elizabeth
Princess Elizabeth
Ramona Marquez isPrincess Margaret
Princess Margaret

Synopsis

Watch the kings speech 2010, full movie online. The King’s Speech tells the story of the man who became King George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II. After his brother abdicates, George (‘Bertie’) reluctantly assumes the throne. Plagued by a dreaded stutter and considered unfit to be king, Bertie engages the help of an unorthodox speech therapist named Lionel Logue. Through a set of unexpected techniques, and as a result of an unlikely friendship, Bertie is able to find his voice and boldly lead the country into war.

This film largely involves the actors Colin Firth, formal and decent, and Geoffrey Rush, large and expansive, in psychological struggle. Helena Bonham Carter, who can be merciless (as in the “Harry Potter” films), is here filled with mercy, tact and love for her husband; this is the woman who became the much-loved Queen Mother of our lifetimes, dying in 2002 at 101. As the men have a struggle of wills, she tries to smooth things (and raise her girls Elizabeth and Margaret). And in the wider sphere, Hitler takes power, war comes closer, Mrs. Simpson wreaks havoc, and the dreaded day approaches when Bertie, as George VI, will have to speak to the world and declare war.

Hooper’s handling of that fraught scene is masterful. Firth internalizes his tension and keeps the required stiff upper lip, but his staff and household are terrified on his behalf as he marches toward a microphone as if it is a guillotine. It is the one scene in the film that must work, and it does, and its emotional impact is surprisingly strong. At the end, what we have here is a superior historical drama and a powerful personal one. And two opposites who remain friends for the rest of their lives.
Note: The R rating refers to Logue’s use of vulgarity. It is utterly inexplicable. This is an excellent film for teenagers.

Original titleThe King's Speech
TMDb Rating7.5 2392 votes

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