Sunday, March 01, 2015

The Theory of Everything (2014 Film)

There should be no boundaries to human endeavor. We are all different. However bad life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at. While there's life, there is hope.
- Stephen Hawkings

Dear Entertainment Diary,

How should I start this post? Hmmm.

Everything has an end. Even a strong love that started fiery, it could end, because of so many unexpected circumstances rotating in our universe. Probably also, because of destiny. That is, if you believe in it.

So... even before Eddie Redmayne won an Oscar, I wanna watch this movie. Why? Nothing. I was just browsing in the internet that time and the title "The Theory of Everything" caught my attention although I did not read its plot nor any details about it.

For me, this is probably one of the best films ever made. The acting is superb, more especially, in Redmayne's part. He won't get an award if he did not play his part very well, and I am telling you, I still think that he has Motor Neurone Disease.

To tell you honestly, I thought it was a chik-flick film at first, but as we watched it, I found out that it is, in fact, a biographical film about the life, personal and romantic, and success of the main character, Stephen Hawkings. It is also about how her wife, Jane Wilde Hawkings, struggle while with him because of his neuron baseball-related disease. (BOO!)

While watching it, there are numerous endings of the film that formed in my mind, well, more of questions. Will Stephen die? Will Jane commit adultery and find a new love. Will she give up on loving her wheelchair dependent husband? Will their family break apart? Is Timothy really Stephen's son or is he Jonathan's? I thought only two years? Many questions but I finally got my answers at the end of the film.

It is a great film with so many moral values we can learn from and it can also give us hope especially if we are enduring something so powerful in our lives. We can learn that if we really want to, we can achieve it no matter what if we just believe in ourselves and never let our faith to God (or in Science) fade.

It is a must see film about love, compassion, family, and Science, and at the end of the movie, it just proves its main point. EVERYTHING HAS ITS BEGINNING AND ITS END. For me, That's the Theory of Everything. HAHAHAHA

Cast: source: wiki
Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking
Felicity Jones as Jane Wilde Hawking
Charlie Cox as Jonathan Jones, Jane's second husband
Emily Watson as Beryl Wilde, Jane's mother
Simon McBurney as Frank Hawking, Stephen's father
David Thewlis as Dennis Sciama
Maxine Peake as Elaine Mason, Stephen's second wife
Harry Lloyd as Brian, Hawking’s roommate
Guy Oliver-Watts as George Wilde, Jane's father
Abigail Cruttenden as Isobel Hawking, Stephen's mother
Charlotte Hope as Phillipa Hawking, Stephen's sister
Lucy Chappell as Mary Hawking, Stephen's sister
Christian McKay as Roger Penrose
Enzo Cilenti as Kip Thorne
Georg Nikoloff as Isaak Markovich Khalatnikov
Alice Orr-Ewing as Diana King, sister of Basil King, Stephen's friend
Stephen Hawking provides his own, Equalizer-computerized voice
Nicola Victoria Buck as Cockroft guest
Frank Leboeuf as Swiss doctor

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