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Geoffrey Rush

Final Portrait (2017)

Stanley Tucci has taken an empty canvas and taken bold and enchantingly humorous strokes of his creative brush on the closing pages of the life of renowned Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti with Final Portrait, adding just a dab…

The Book Thief (2014)

There is a moving, beautifully-filmed story about a handsome young German girl struggling for her life, and to come of age, through an unlikely bond with a young Jewish refugee during the death throes of the Third Reich. This isn't it.…

Green Lantern (2011)

With a lesser fanbase than numerous other superheroes that I could mention, an estimated budget of about $200 million and ongoing concerns about the computer effects not being up to scratch (according to every clip and internet rumour…

The King’s Speech (2010)

The King's Speech is the true life story of the incredible and unlikely friendship between a reluctant monarch at pains with his life long affliction and the defiant and maverick therapist who helps him overcome it. Beautifully shot and…

The King’s Speech (2010)

Tom Hooper deserves credit. What he achieved in The King’s Speech demands close scrutiny for what it represents to the future of cinema. Hooper succeeded in making a movie that for two hours puts forth not a single idea that may stimulate…

The King’s Speech (2010)

A tale of personal triumph over adversity, of finding confidence in yourself to be the man that many others already know you can be, of stepping up to do your duty even when others have let you down, The King’s Speech is all of this and…