The Theory of Everything
Drama • PG-13 • 2014 • 2 hr 3 min
Beautiful and engaging. A little slow at times, but worth the watch.
Quite slow but no matter what, everyone who has seen this will agree that Eddie Redmayne’s performance was incredible.
Interesting to see his story on the silver screen. Worth watching at least once. Not for everyone though, as it can be a bit slow at parts.
A story that hits reality and love from a very different perspective.
The main leads carried this movie but it was good to see a different side to the revolutionary physicist.
A film that pays homage to the life of one of the greatest physicists of all time. Eddie Redmayne does a spectacular job in this one.
Such an incredible movie for an incredible person.
It shows a whole new side of Stephen Hawking, an amazing physicist.
Wonderful biography/drama movie about Stephen Hawking. And also an unbelievably good acting performance. Definitely worth watching.
Legitimately one of the biggest reasons I decided to study physics.
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