“The King’s Speech,” the film about a stuttering member of the British royal family and the speech therapist who helps him deliver a crucial oration, was the most nominated movie at Tuesday’s announcement of the Golden Globe nominations, receiving seven nods including best dramatic motion picture, as well as nominations for actors Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter, and its director, Tom Hooper. Other films with multiple nominations included “The Social Network,” “Black Swan,” “The Fighter” and “Inception,” which will all vie for best drama at the awards ceremony on Jan. 16.
Derek Jacobi's stutter in the Turing movie made me lose respect for Derek Jacobi's stutter in I Clavdivs
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