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The Theory of Everything (2014)

Drama | Romance
7.9 / 10
Release Date
26 November 2014
2 : 3 minutes
Spoken Language
Latin, English, Français, Italiano
The Theory of Everything is the extraordinary story of one of the world’s greatest living minds, the renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who falls deeply in love with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wilde.

Cast Overview :

Stephen Hawking
by: Eddie Redmayne
Jane Hawking
by: Felicity Jones
Jonathan Hellyer Jones
by: Charlie Cox
Beryl Wilde
by: Emily Watson
Frank Hawking
by: Simon McBurney
Dennis Sciama
by: David Thewlis
Elaine Mason
by: Maxine Peake
by: Harry Lloyd
Robert Hawking (Age 17)
by: Tom Prior
Lucy Hawking (Age 14)
by: Sophie Perry
Timothy Hawking (Age 8)
by: Finlay Wright-Stephens
Diana King
by: Alice Orr-Ewing
by: Thomas Morrison
by: Michael Marcus
by: Gruffudd Glyn
Barman - Rowing Club
by: Paul Longley
George Wilde
by: Guy Oliver-Watts
Mary Hawking
by: Lucy Chappell
Philippa Hawking
by: Charlotte Hope
Isobel Hawking
by: Abigail Cruttenden
Physicist #1
by: Nicholas Gerard-Martin
Physicist #2
by: Brett Brown
Physicist #3
by: Anthony Skrimshire
Roger Penrose
by: Christian McKay
Senior Doctor - Cambridge Hospital
by: Adam Godley
by: Nicola Sloane
Robert Hawking (New Born)
by: Lottie Hamilton
Kip Thorne
by: Enzo Cilenti
Robert Hawking (Age 2)
by: Rufus Taylor
Lucy Hawking (New Born)
by: Delilah Sexton
Eileen Bond
by: Eileen Davies
John Taylor
by: Simon Chandler
by: Georg Nikoloff
Robert Hawking (Age 8)
by: Oliver Payne
Lucy Hawking (Age 6)
by: Raffiella Chapman
Timothy Hawking (Baby)
by: Sam Houston
Sarah (Geneva Student)
by: Victoria Emslie
Swiss Doctor
by: Frank Leboeuf
by: Will Barton
Female Fan
by: Lucy Challenger
Cockcroft Guest #2
by: Nicola Victoria Buck
Cockcroft Guest #3
by: Stuart Benson
Cockcroft Guest #5
by: Andrew Bridgmont
Cockcroft Guest #4
by: Jamie Edwards
Cockcroft Guest #1
by: Jumaane Brown

Member Reviews :

Well told picture with amazing Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. However, the script has been quite modify to adapt it to how the story wanted to be told no matter how many swaps in the time line, omissions or mistakes were introduced.
  Andres Gomez
'The Theory of Everything' is James Marsh's biopic of scientific genius Stephen Hawking. Eddie Redmayne plays Hawking as we learn about his early days at university, his diagnosis of motor neuron disease, and the rise to his now iconic status. Marsh's direction is very good and he uses many point of view shots to create a huge sense of empathy for the main character. Marsh uses stunning visual effects in order to express Hawking's inner feelings and torment whilst highlighting his genius. The choice of music is also uplifting and echoes the key themes throughout the film. The screenplay is a really interesting piece of work and tells the story in a funny yet intriguing way. However, it does seem to lack a certain something as it tries to alter the source material in order to create some very conventional scenes. The performances in 'The Theory of Everything' are truly exceptional. Eddie Redmayne plays Stephen Hawking in a transformational and moving manner. You can barely recognise him as he highlights his illness with complete sincerity and plausibility. Felicity Jones plays his wife, Jane Wilde. I thought her role would be a simple one as she would work off of the powerhouse performance from Redmayne but the way she shows her strength and compassion is very moving and she does an excellent job. Overall, 'The Theory of Everything' is a fascinating film about a genius as he deals with his dibilitating illness. The maturity of everyone involved in this make it a remarkable movie. ★★★½