Review Of The Movie 'Alan Turing: The Enigma'

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From the pages of Andrew Hodges biography, "Alan Turing: The Enigma," came my favorite movie, written by Graham Moore and directed by Morten Tyldum, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, Keira Knightley as Joan Clarke, and Matthew Goode as Hugh Alexander. Debuting in 2014, The Imitation Game shines a light on the true story of British cryptanalyst Alan Turing as he finds himself recruited by Britain's Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park and required to deal and work with a team comprised of the best and brightest in the British code-breaking world as they race against time to efficiently break the German Enigma codes. As the movie progresses, problems and hurdles are placed in front of the team as Turing makes his way to…show more content…
Taking The Imitation Game into consideration, it can be determined that when it comes to films my critical criteria is that I prefer movies that have been centered around a complicated plot, along with films that make logical sense, and films that are exciting and interesting to watch.
What it takes to make a good movie in my eyes all depends on the plot. A complex plot, when done correctly, makes a good movie into a great one. There is rarely a more complex plot than one based on real life. While The Imitation Game is not a full retelling of the life of Alan Turing, it is a retelling of a very interesting and pivotal part of his

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