The Dilemma was a good romantic/drama filled comedy. The whole movie was set around the fact that Vince Vaughn had a dilemma to figure out: To tell or not to tell his best friend (Kevin James) that his wife is cheating on him. Will not get into anymore details, b/c I wouldn't want to ruin it for anyone, I give it 3 stars. Good movie for gals and girls!
Ahh, The King's Speech. I would have never thought in a million years that this would be a movie that I would love, but I did. Typically, movies that are nominated for awards are not movies that I enjoy. The plots are either too in depth, the people speak in a way I don't understand, or the movie is just not interesting to me. This movie on the other hand was amazing. The basis of the movie is that Colin Firth has a stuttering problem that he must overcome since he is part of the royal family in England. When he becomes King George the 6th, it is even more vital that his speech is impeccable for the amazing radio broadcasts that had been invented in the late 30s. The whole movie is set around Colin Firth taking speech lessons from Geoffrey Rush to overcome his stuttering problem. I loved every minute of it and it was all history based (I despise history). Highly recommend this to all adults young and old. I give this movie 5 stars!