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Shall we speak the unspoken language of love?
You mean the kind only dogs can hear?
Yes, the very same.
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Robert King's intelligent writing, Director Ron Underwood's eased
direction & Likable Performances by Keaton & Davis make 'Speechless' a
great one-time watch.
'Speechless' has a interesting plot of of two opposites attracting to
each other. The protagonists face-off each other as Speech-writers. The
political portions, the humorous scenes keep the proceedings alive. The
climax has a good twist and penultimate scene does get a smile in your
If there is something that goes wrong in here, that is clearly it's
slow-pace. No it's not boring at all, but yet you feel some portions
could've been easily edited, especially the character of the Late
But there's no denying that this underrated flick deserves a watch. No
it doesn't leave you 'Speechles', but surely manages to entertain.
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