John & Becky’s Movie Review Of The Imitation Game

imitationgame_posterBecky and I went to see the new movie The Imitation Game at the Regal Theaters in Lone Tree, CO.  The Fandango website at The Imitation Game describes the movie as follows…

“Alan Turing, a pioneer of computers, led a group of scholars to crack the codes of Germany’s WWII Enigma machine. A genius under nail-biting pressure helped to save millions of lives and was ultimately convicted for the crime of homosexuality.”

The Review: If you have read our reviews for any length of time, you know that I often accuse Hollywood of having an agenda that promotes homosexuality as a normal lifestyle, showing Christians and others who disagree with homosexual behavior as being evil and catering to a special interest group.  If you watch enough movies, you will almost always see the gay and lesbian lifestyle being promoted like a car commercial built into the film.

Although this film is about a man who lived in Europe during WWII and was a homosexual it is not a film that promotes an agenda in a negative or positive way, but simply deals with his personal life as who he was.  It is the fascinating true story about a brilliant man who struggled in a number of areas of his life, especially relating to and speaking with people and he happened to be a homosexual.  He lived at a time when homosexuality was unacceptable behavior and how they treated homosexuals was totally unacceptable.  It was very sad to see the government focus on that area of his life, especially after what he had done to save millions of lives.

The story is amazing and the film is one of the best we have seen all year.  Alan Turing was a real war hero who saved millions of lives by cracking the Enigma code used by the Nazi’s.  The film shows his brilliance and the amazing team of people that he worked with as well as the start of the British government lying to its people and doing covert spy operations through MI6.  It has a sad ending because of how he was treated by his government and others.  He was a brilliant man on the level of Albert Einstein and has been virtually unknown.  Had he lived in our time he would have been hailed as a genius.

The acting is fantastic by everyone involved, including the child actor playing the main character and Kiera Knightly was exceptional as well.  It is extremely well done and should win a number of awards.  We definitely recommend this movie as one not to miss for sure.

John – **** Don’t Miss It
Becky – **** Don’t Miss It

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