Watch the theory of everything 2014 online free. The Theory of Everything is the extraordinary story of one of the world’s greatest living minds, the renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who falls deeply in love with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wilde.
The film is the true story of the world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) and his wife Jane (Felicity Jones). The film opens during the time Hawking is attending Cambridge University and trying to choose his area of focus within the realm of physics. He meets Jane (Felicity Jones of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”), an art student, and they quickly fall in love despite the differences of their beliefs. Hawking is a pronounced atheist, seeking to find the one equation that will explain everything in the universe, while Jane is a member of the Church of England.
While attending the university that Hawking begins to experience unusual physical symptoms and is then diagnosed with a debilitating disease affecting muscle control, a form of ALS. He is told he may have only two years to live and over time will lose more and more of his ability to move and function. Through the pursuit of Jane and the encouragement of his friends and professor, Hawking presses through and continues to pursue his dream of earning his PhD. He and Jane marry and begin a family, and the film shows the personal struggles they go through as Hawking’s physical state steadily declines. At the same time it portrays the physicist’s triumphs as he is internationally recognized for his revolutionary theories in his field and even writes his first book having to do with his chosen focus: time.
This film mostly avoids sexual content, language and violence, which I found refreshing. There are a couple brief conversations that mention sex, there is one “damn” and virtually no violence. There are three or four scenes where couples are seen kissing, but nothing more. In one scene, a couple pages of a magazine are shown depicting scantily clad women. There is a scene where adultery by Jane may be implied, but it isn’t clear whether it actually happened. Thematically, the film has a few minor instances that may bother some people—a needle being inserted, coughing up blood, and the beginning of a surgery. These scenes are all brief, and they don’t show a lot. There are three or four scenes where characters are shown drinking or drunk.