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Watch: New Trailer For 'The Imitation Game,' Plus 15-Minute Google Talk, Clip & TV Spot

How you do make a movie about a super genius mathematician interesting? Put Benedict Cumberbatch in it. Hell, we'd listen to the actor's beautifully, bass-y voice read mattress tags, but thankfully he's being put to better use than that in "The Imitation Game." And a new trailer for the World War II set drama is here. Co-starring Keira Knightley and a bunch of familiar British faces (such as Charles Dance, Mark Strong, and Matthew Goode), the film tells the true story of Alan Turing, the man who cracked Germany's Enigma code during the Second World War, but found his personal life as a homosexual put under scrutiny, a pain doubled by the fact he was also sworn to secrecy about his groundbreaking wartime work. It's a powerful story, and opening in the U.K. today there's a good batch of promo material for the movie. The most significant is a 15-minute Google Talk,
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Oscar Season Preview

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Now that summer movie season is over, it’s Oscar season. During winter and fall many Oscar-hopeful movies are released. This is our overview of what you can expect leading up to the 2015 Oscars.

For fans of film, fall and winter are the best times of the year. This is when, typically, some of the most well-received films are released. Unofficially, we call it Oscar Season, and there’s good reason that the year’s best films are saved for last. Any film released before the end of the year is eligible for Oscar nomination. Therefore, if you release your film towards the end of the year, it will be fresher in audience and critic minds when awards time rolls around in early March/late February (February 22nd, 2015 to be exact).

In preparation for the fall and winter movie season, we’ve put together this preview of films that have been getting lots of attention.
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Review: Benedict Cumberbatch is the only puzzle worth solving in 'The Imitation Game'

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Review: Benedict Cumberbatch is the only puzzle worth solving in 'The Imitation Game'
Telluride — There are two reasons Andrew Hodges' biography of Alan Turing references "The Enigma" in its title. The first is in reference to the Engima machine, the legendary secret code the Nazis used during World War II, which was solved by a secret UK military division lead by Turing. The second is Turing himself. Known for his advancements in computer theory (look up Turing Machines), BBC News noted that Winston Churchill once referred to Turing as having made "the single biggest contribution to Allied victory in the war against Nazi Germany." Somehow he became a historical footnote until finally getting proper credit for his WWII accomplishments in the 1990s. Eventually he was pardoned for a "gross indecency" charge (which destroyed his life) by the Queen of England in 2013. He was a hero the Western world didn't know about for decades and in many ways the circumstances of his death
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