Today I will start with the film review for the first film" The King's Speech".
The film came out in the year 2010 and was awarded four Oscars in the categories best film, best director, best actor, and best original screenplay.
The film is made by Tom Hooper and the main character is Colin Firth, he plays the British Royal "King Georg the VI". The king can't talk very well because he stutters very heavily. So he gets help from a famous Australian actor, who teaches him to speak normally. The king learns to speak without stuttering, and so the British Empire gets back her strong king. This motivates the people in Great Britain to win the War.
Colin Firth plays the king so well that you think he really has a stutter. And his wife is also very realistic, she is an anxious wife. These facts make the film political, entertaining and funny, but it is a little bit dusty and serves a lot of prejudice against the people, the politics and the family of the king.