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Published: Sunday, Feb. 27 2011 9:43 p.m. MST

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Timothy
Benton City, WA

A well-deserved victory for an excellent film...For those with tender sensibilities,there is going to be released a PG-13 version of the film;I think by next week..It was a fine year for movies,with many good ones,but I believe "The King's Speech"was the best...However,I was surprised that "How To Train Your Dragon" lost to "Toy Story 3"...Also Melissa Leo needs a lesson in social manners...

Y4LYFE
Lubbock, TX

It'll take a bit more than that to get me to watch it.

Not So Fast
Salt Lake City, UT

Those missing 'The King's Speech' are missing a lot. It portrays a true help to those with a stutter, which is cursing. The rating system is a farce and this only illustrates it further. It is miles and miles less offensive than nearly any PG-13 film I can even think of.

Having said that, isn't the website now promoting an 'R' rated film? Oh the horror!

Fairenough4U
Draper, utah

The Academy Awards is such a boring show, but the movies were great this year. The King's Speech was very well written and acted.

awsomeron1
Oahu, HI

It was awful, between the phoney baloney and the Commericals. The wife and kids enjoyed it however.

Because of delay I knew who won, but they did not want me to tell them, so I did not.

When I got grossed out, I just turned my TV Off.

MonaLisa
Orem, UT

I'm delighted that Colin Firth has received the recognition he truly deserves. "The King's Speech" is the perfect movie as far as I'm concerned. Most of what comes out of Hollywood anymore is just dreck. This little film is a true gem.

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