At the 83rd Academy Awards, The King of Speech left with Oscars for Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Actor.
Inspired from a true story, the Best Picture of 2011, The King of Speech tells the story of King George VI who had to overcome his stutter to rally the empire to face Nazi Germany. plays King George VI, is introduced to Lionel Logue, an unorthodox speech therapist played by Geoffrey Rush. While there might be an inaccuracies in the film, but one should think that you shoudn't get history from movies.
Critic site Rotten Tomatoes gives The King of Speech film a score of 95% based on reviews from 187 critics, with an average score of 8.6/10.
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In the end, the British monarch struggling to overcome his stammer in The King's Speech won the heart of the film industry commentators. The 73-year-old screenwriter David Seidler ended his acceptance speech with a memorable quote: “I say this on behalf of all the stutterers in the world — we have a voice, we have been heard.”