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Talkin' Oscars: Part One

Earlier this week nominations for the 2015 Academy Awards were announced. You might have heard- shit is a little pasty white this year. And you might have thought- aren’t they always? 924 more words


Belated Honor

In the 1970s, in books such as “The Ultra Secret” and “Bodyguard of Lies,” the greatest secret of World War II was revealed – the Allies had broken the supposedly unbreakable German code Enigma. 700 more words

Movies & Reviews

Haven't Seen It? 'The Imitation Game' Will Both Inspire You And Break Your Heart

by Erin Van Quill

I have a clear mental picture of Turing walking along the corridor of one of the huts at Bletchley park… 972 more words


'The Imitation Game' Review - Stuart Cross

The biopic of mathematician Alan Turing, set during World War II. Alan Turing and a group mathematicians try to break the Nazi Enigma code, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kiera Knightly. 402 more words

Benedict Cumberbatch

Let's go to the movies, let's go see the stars...

This week I finally got round to going to the cinema here! I’ve been meaning to go for ages but it became one of those things you always say you’ll do but never get round to. 554 more words


Movie Review: The Imitation Game (2014)

The Imitation Game tells the story of Alan Turing, one of the greatest minds in the field of mathematics, a logician and a code-breaker. A man who was integral in the Allies victory in the second world war and a man who is considered to be the father of the modern-day computer. 331 more words

Film Reviews

Movie Review: The Imitation Game

(I will try to make this a spoiler free review. Any “spoilers” are historical facts that can be found on Wikipedia.)

This is my first ever movie review on this blog! 394 more words

Benedict Cumberbatch