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Film Review - The Imitation Game


“The Imitation Game” tells the heroic story of brilliant mathematician Alan Turing and his incredible effort to crack Nazi Germany’s Enigma code, helping to turn the tide of World War II in a way nobody else could’ve achieved. It’s also the tale of Turing’s homosexuality, and how such a secretive life was punished severely by a government that would’ve been toppled without him. There are two distinct speeds to “The Imitation Game,” and they don’t gel as successfully as director Morten Tyldum requires. However, performances are fiery and committed, successfully communicating the brain-bending decoding mission and its many areas of paranoia, deception, and dark confession. Read the rest at


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