"There can never be a proper reunion anymore," Hamill said. I hate that it adds an air of melancholy to the film because it doesn't deserve it.I know for a fact she would obviously want us to be having fun.The character might seem too good to be true, if she wasn't based on a real person—that's right, she's modeled after an actual human being.But it's hard to imagine that the real Maria Von Trapp could've been as perfect as Andrews' depiction of her. Desmond Doss of Hacksaw Ridge Another truly extraordinary person whose story made it to the big screen is legendary soldier Desmond Doss, portrayed by Andrew Garfield. Jane of 27 Dresses There's a reason why Jane is a bridesmaid 27 times in this 2008 romance comedy.One of Turing’s colleagues at Bletchley Park later recalled him as “a very easily approachable man” and said “we were very very fond of him”; none of this is reflected in the film.In addition to the more significant creative liberties that the movie takes, there are small fictions surrounding his character in the movie.With his charm, kindness, sensitivity, striking good looks and apparent lack of literally any flaws, he was a little close to perfection in this 2002 blockbuster romantic comedy. When Hugh Grant's character, George Wade, called his attorney/best friend Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock) a saint in this 2002 romantic comedy, he wasn't exaggerating.
But add to this her special abilities and unusual knowledge, and she's as superhuman as Sherlock Holmes.
takes major liberties with its source material, injecting conflict where none existed, inventing entirely fictional characters, rearranging the chronology of events, and misrepresenting the very nature of Turing’s work at Bletchley Park.
At the same time, the film might paint Turing as being The Alan Turing played by Benedict Cumberbatch is brusque, humorless, and brilliant.
In this popular and inspiring 2016 drama, the conscientious objector insists on serving in the military during World War II, although he refuses to use a gun. It's because she is the absolute best friend any girl could hope to have, and she's elevated the role of bridesmaid to an art form. Annie Johnson of Most mothers have to put up with a lot from their kids but few of them are treated as badly as housekeeper Annie Johnson (Juanita Moore) in this heartbreaking 1959 classic about Annie and her movie star employer (Lana Turner), focusing on the dysfunctional relationship each woman has with her own daughter.
He is criticized, ridiculed, beat up and almost court-martialed for his defiance, but when the chips are down, he is the biggest hero of all. But when she is asked to be the maid of honor at her sister's wedding to a man Jane is secretly in love with, she suddenly becomes much more human and we see some of her hidden flaws. Annie is salt of the earth with her unwavering angelic spirit, patience, generosity and pure virtuous heart.