Besides Bridgette Jones' Diary does Colin Firth make bad movies? Proving this theory his most recent project The King's Speech earned seven nominations for the 68th annual Golden Globes! Brought to us by director Tom Hooper (John Adams miniseries) and writer David Siedler comes the compelling story of King George VI and his relationship with his speech therapist as well as his time of rule during dramatic times. At first, I definitely thought the idea of the story sounded quite boring however, after viewing the trailer I'm pretty compelled to see it. With an all star cast including Helena Bonham Cater and Geoffrey Rush I think The King's Speech will keep not only our ears but also eyes engaged. What do you guys think??