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The King's Speech

Rated R for some language.

R In Theaters 11/26/2010 , 111min.
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87%
Viewer score based on 745 ratings
86%
Critic score based on 30 reviews

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May 07, 2011
jackd1207
I think the Brits are making movies that should shame Hollywood. An engaging story, well acted, superbly shot, and well directed.
April 30, 2011
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amazing film. Colin Firth was fantastic! not only did he have a stammer in the movie, but he completely changed the way he sounds, and Geoffrey Rush was also great! If it were not for christian bales insane performance in The Fighter, Geoffrey would have totally won best supporting actor. LOVE LOVE LOVE this movie!
April 24, 2011
jiangqinggen
very cool
April 23, 2011
hjt43434
Simply Wonderful! I just saw the PG-13 version today and it was sensational! Even though the DVD is already out many people still went to see it (it was sold out). This movie totally deserved the oscar! When the movie was over everyone claped there hands.
March 21, 2011
danielbills8800
a first rate british film. a great acting by both Firth and by Rush. terriffic scenes make this the best British release in years in my mind. 5 stars all the way. A gritty film with likable characters. A character study that is so well worth seeing its even a movie I would like to own on DVD.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
While far from easy, both roles provide a delightful opportunity for Firth and Rush to poke a bit of fun at their profession. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
The King's Speech is a warm, wise film - the best period movie of the year and one of the year's best movies. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
It's a warm, richly funny and highly enjoyable human story that takes an intriguing sideways glance at a crucial period in 20th-century history. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
It's the kind of absorbing, attractive, unfailingly tasteful enterprise that a critic can recommend without caveat. Full Review
Anthony Lane
The New Yorker
To a large extent, The King's Speech is itself a loyal film, one of those comedies of threatless reassurance at which the British still excel. Full Review
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