2010 Oscar awardThe King's Speech adheres to every rule in the Oscar playbook. It's a fact-based drama about a British monarch with a crippling vocal handicap, set 票貼in the years 1925 to '39 and climaxing with Britain declaring war against Nazi Germany. It's also a very effective example of the noble weepie.2010澳司卡金像獎名單大東森房屋致底定, 作者認為這片呼聲高, 得獎率也高, (男女主角都是科班也是A咖, 都被提名過)故事是在1925-39年英國皇室對德國宣戰的故事. Since his youth, the Duke of York (Colin Firth) has 找房子had a hopeless stammer. In desperation, his wife Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter) hires Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush), a speech teacher with odd methods. He tells his 面膜patients to sing "The Swanee River" and use vigorous profanity, and he probes their childhoods for the source of the infirmity. He's Henry Higgins, Annie Sullivan and 辦公室出租Sigmund Freud in one package. Now he just has to get the future King of England to properly speak the King's English. (See 10 Questions with Hilary Swank.)David 酒店兼職Seidler's script smartly illuminates the Duke's sweet, sad good nature, his loneliness and his determination. A retinue of Brit acting royalty (Michael Gambon, 住商房屋Derek Jacobi, Claire Bloom) buttresses Firth's tender central performance. If the direction, by Tom Hooper, goes for obvious effects and reduces some of the characters 支票借款to caricature, that may vitiate the film's quality, but it also assures that the real target audience--the Academy members--will get it. And it nearly assures that The 土地買賣King's Speech will get the top Oscar.39568894 The first film in the Harry Potter finale gets lost in the woodsRead more: 租屋http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2032132,00.html#ixzz16MmbPffp
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