The King's Speech movie

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The King's Speech movie

Postby thescout » Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:50 am

Go see this movie it's very good. I won't give alot away just that the lead character as a problem speaking.He stutters worse than Mel Tillis and tries to find a cure. True story and the movie could get a few Oscars.
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Re: The King's Speech movie

Postby thescout » Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:35 pm

You guys are missing a good movie not seeing it on the big screen.
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Re: The King's Speech movie

Postby backnblack » Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:33 pm

Saw it last night, Scout. Really great movie and so refreshing to see an entertaining and touching movie without the usual bells and whistles and body piles--not that there is anything wrong with that. And I must say, Helena Bonham Carter is simply adorable. Probably my favorite actress. The therapist was great--so dignified and yet humble as, actually, was the Duke when it came right down to it. The monarchy is so strange in this day and age and even in that one for we Americans to get a handle on. Anyway....highly recommend as well.

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Re: The King's Speech movie

Postby thescout » Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:57 pm

backnblack wrote:Saw it last night, Scout. Really great movie and so refreshing to see an entertaining and touching movie without the usual bells and whistles and body piles--not that there is anything wrong with that. And I must say, Helena Bonham Carter is simply adorable. Probably my favorite actress. The therapist was great--so dignified and yet humble as, actually, was the Duke when it came right down to it. The monarchy is so strange in this day and age and even in that one for we Americans to get a handle on. Anyway....highly recommend as well.


Thanks Bnb. I wouldn't steer you guys wrong on movie selections although we might disagree about Nic Cage,haha. Yes, true story and a movie that needs to be seen on the big screen instead of renting. I think it's going to win a number of academy awards even though it was a weak yr for movies.
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Re: The King's Speech movie

Postby backnblack » Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:47 am

thescout wrote:
backnblack wrote:Saw it last night, Scout. Really great movie and so refreshing to see an entertaining and touching movie without the usual bells and whistles and body piles--not that there is anything wrong with that. And I must say, Helena Bonham Carter is simply adorable. Probably my favorite actress. The therapist was great--so dignified and yet humble as, actually, was the Duke when it came right down to it. The monarchy is so strange in this day and age and even in that one for we Americans to get a handle on. Anyway....highly recommend as well.


Thanks Bnb. I wouldn't steer you guys wrong on movie selections although we might disagree about Nic Cage,haha. Yes, true story and a movie that needs to be seen on the big screen instead of renting. I think it's going to win a number of academy awards even though it was a weak yr for movies.

Actually, I think unwittingly you might! :lol:


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