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PostSubject: The King's Speech -review   Sat Jan 15, 2011 5:48 pm

The King's Speech, which features Collin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter as the Duke and Duchess of York, was a well made film that realistically portrays the struggle that the Duke of York faced after his father died and then his brother abdicated in order to be with a twice divorced American photographer. This film is rated R, but it was only the language that earned it this rating as there is a one-two minute segment where almost every single word is a curse word, but it is deeply relevant to the plot. I strongly reccomend this film!

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