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The Theory of Everything

Biopics are always an interesting genre, for various reasons. Sometimes they take a story we already know and add extra depth to it and sometimes they find a story that we didn’t know and make a good case that we should have known them. 1,381 more words

The Theory of Everything: In Which Eddie Redmayne is Absolutely Amazing

Before watching this movie, I had a general idea of the story of StephenHawking and the difficulties and triumphs he has experienced in his lifetime. However, now I realize that I previously had no proper understanding of the magnitude of not only his struggles, but also those of everyone around him. 931 more words


The Theory of Everything

Theory of Everything, The (2014)
★★★ / ★★★★

Ph.D. student Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) is given news that he has two years to live. After a thorough examination, doctors conclude that he has a motor neuron disease which will inevitably result to gradual muscle decay, wasting away, and his ability to control voluntary movement will be lost entirely. 504 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Jupiter Ascending Review

‘Jupiter Ascending’ is the Wachowski Siblings’ latest beautiful misfire

Ever since The Matrix became a cultural phenomenon back in 1999, Andy and Lana Wachowski have been trying to recreate that success. 1,291 more words


A Look in The Mirror At Professor Stephen Hawking

So I recently watched the biographical movie “A Theory of Everything” about theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. It was an amazing movie-going experience, but at the same time, a spine chilling look into a window of my own life. 406 more words


Birthday Cake (121)

The world of Twitter has been agog this week with the latest Thing To Go Viral — Cheryl’s Birthday.

Just in case you haven’t come across this (or, indeed, haven’t come across Twitter — Ed), this refers to a maths question given to Singapore teenage students. 1,108 more words

Les Miserables **REVIEW**

For some reason it took me a while to see this film so when I saw it on Netflix (yeah I know) I thought I’d watch it. 264 more words

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