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FILM: The Theory of Everything

I saw this film, not long ago, in a pack theatre, with strawberries dipped in dark chocolate, made by my friend who joined me and a packet of tissues. 243 more words


The theory of everything...

Just to start off this post will be very different from my usual lifestyle/beauty posts and if movie reviews are not your cup of tea then I’m sorry. 294 more words

Fernando Ricksen

On my Facebook news feed today there was a story about the former professional footballer Fernando Ricksen. Apparently he is now suffering with Motor Neurone Disease. 203 more words


FILM REVIEW: The Theory of Everything

The theory of everything chronicals the rise, fall and rise again of Professor Stephen Hawking from his days as an awkward Cambridge university fresher to the brilliant, wheelchair-bound, household name we’ve known him to be for many a year now. 389 more words

A traumatic two hours

Yesterday I went to the cinemas with my girlfriend to see the biopic of Professor Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything.

I, like most of the world, was aware of the Professor and his singular mind. 210 more words


The Theory of Everything (2014)

Everybody loves a flawed genius: they remind us what remarkable achievements humans are capable of, whilst simultaneously reinforcing that they are only that, human.

One of the most enduring literary characters is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s, Sherlock Holmes. 561 more words

Film Reviews

The Impracticalities of Language

After watching the fantastic film ‘The Theory of Everything’ for the second time, I had the chance to observe the speech and language aspect of both the film and in turn, Hawking’s degenerative disease independent from his main story. 1,017 more words