Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The King's Speech

What obstacles in your life have sucked out all the hope from you and left you dejected throughout your entire lifetime? "The King's Speech" portrays a king who has everything for a successful life but has been living with a handicap that appears to be innate and incurable. More importantly, this handicap has the potential to determine the fate of kingship: a matter of life and death if you ask me. Immense effort and investments are made to get around "this" problem, but all methods seems futile. 

Sometimes we are left with hopelessness and submit into believing that there is nothing we can do. The greatest moral of this story is that there is always something we can do. Although we may not be able resolve the problem completely, and although the efforts might not give us the desired results at a fair ratio, there is a huge sense of satisfaction and triumph when we see even a slightest sign of progression that is just enough to get the job done.

I'm speaking in a way so that I don't spoil the movie for you, but if you are in a similar circumstance as described above, this movie may be an inspiration.

Overall rating: 7.4

Moving, calming, and delightful.

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