The King's Speech review

A British king who stammers finds help in the form of a failed Australian actor.

The film won the Academy Award for the best film. But is it worth an Oscar?

The first half is slow and rather dull. It highlights the plight of a Prince Arthur who is finding it really hard to speak at public events.


His elder brother David is the bad seed in the family who is more concerned in pleasing 'The Love of His life' than doing his royal duties.

The Good
The movie is really worth an Oscar. It is simple and believable. It comes close to the actual events that happened to the British Monarchy during the World War II.

The Bad
The movie starts off slowly at the start.

The Quotes

Lionel Logue: You still stammered on the 'W'. 
King George VI: Well I had to throw in a few so they knew it was me. 
4.5 / 5 


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