‘The King’s Speech’ by British director Tom Hooper won the highest award the 83rd Academy Awards are on title at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday (02/27/2011). Films about King George VI who stutter had won an Oscar as Best Picture.
Competition for the Best Film category this year is fairly tight, because the Academy nominates 10 films. Including ‘The Social Network’ and ‘Inception’ most widely championed. Other nominations are also powerful is the ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The Fighter’.
Interestingly, one of the best films nominated this year is the animated film ‘Toy Story’, which was previously announced as winners of other categories, namely Best Animated Film.
Film ‘The King’s Speech’ is about George VI since I was a prince to become king of England was appointed to succeed his father. He stutters when speaking, and want to treat it. Because, what if the king defects stuttered speech state, especially when on the brink of world war with Hitler.
In addition to the highest award as best film, ‘The King’s Speech’ also took home the Best Actor trophy for the stars, Colin Firth and trophies for Best Director Tom Hooper.
Oscar Award Night 2011, hosted by host James Franco and Anne Hathaway assessed a number of people did not provide many surprises. The event was broadcast live TV Movie Star