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Review – The Theory of Everything, Errol Flynn Filmhouse, Northampton, 21st January 2015

One thing’s for sure – Stephen Hawking is a very clever man. He’s known for his intelligence, his books, his theories, and – let’s be honest – for his survival instinct. 1,468 more words

Chris Sparkle

The Theory of Everything holds tears not water

The Theory of Everything   ★★★☆☆  dir. James Marsh

This tasteful, tear-ridden and terribly British biopic of scientist Stephen Hawking is sadly uneven.

Despite some Oscar worthy acting this brief history of his life is too thinly stretched with the latter half not matching the emotional power of the first. 273 more words


The Theory of Everything (2014).

“There should be no boundaries to human endeavor. We are all different. However bad life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at. 433 more words

Review – The Theory of Everything

Genre: Biopic
Certificate: 12
UK Release Date: 1st January 2015
Runtime: 123 minutes
Director: James Marsh
Writer: Anthony McCarten
Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, David Thewlis, Maxine Peake, Harry Lloyd, Emily Watson  … 655 more words


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I had steadfastly avoided this film when it was released. Frankly, it looked sappy and I could not imagine Hawking’s love life to warrant a film. 360 more words

Movie Review

"While there is life, there is hope."

The Theory of Everything

(James Marsh, 2014)

I went to the cinema for the first time in a while to see this. Normally I just re-watch films I own, borrow films from other people or watch whatever’s on TV: I fear that the cinema is becoming too expensive for me, as a student, to afford. 465 more words

My Media

The Theory Of Everything. “I have a slight problem with the celestial dictatorship premise.”

Last week I wrote a review saying how I felt that Michael Keaton deserved the Oscar for his turn in the film ‘Birdman’. While I may not see this film as being superior, I can’t help but believe Eddie Redmayne gave probably one of the best on-screen depictions of another person in my life. 854 more words