Movie The Imitation Game (2014)

Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch)

20161011:
I usually enjoy a movie with a good story. And, as often the case with movies based on a book or true story, I end up attributing the movie for the story. Perhaps what I should be saying, however, that the adaptation was well-written.*

Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley)

In any case, because I couldn't hear the introduction in the first three minutes of the movie, I was confused whenever the movie subtly switched between past and present.**

Hugh Alexander (Matthew Goode)

Overall, I enjoyed the movie and would highly recommend it. It is not, however, as good as A Beautiful Mind (2001).

Detective Robert Nock (Rory Kinnear)

*The following article discusses the liberties taken in adapting the story to a movie: How Accurate is The Imitation Game?

John Cairncross (Allen Leech)

**During a screenshot viewing (20161013) there was one scene where the year was shown, but that was the only instance.

Young Alan Turing (left, Alex Lawther) and Christopher Morcom (right, Jack Bannon)

[20161013]

Instant Comments:
1: Invitation to lunch scene.

Peter Hilton (Matthew Beard)

1: "SEE YOU IN TWO LONG WEEKS DEAREST FRIEND"
1: "That's my sandwich." "You don't like sandwiches."

Commander Denniston (Charles Dance)

1: "Are you paying attention?"
1=20161013, screenshot viewing

Stewart Menzies (Mark Strong) and Alan Turing


Watched 20161011 (Netflix, Instant) (English subtitles)
The Imitation Game (2014) 114 min.

Hugh, Carincross, and Turing stand before Christopher.

Relevant Links:
The Imitation Game (IMDb.com)
The Imitation Game (RottenTomatoes.com)
The Imitation Game (Wikipedia.org)

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