Based on an Exit Polling of 35 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
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|13-19||Teens (M)||1||Very High||100%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||1||High||100%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||3||Fairly High||67%|
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|Based on a theater exit polling of 35 moviegoers:
TEENS: The one male and three of the four females loved "The Theory of Everything." The fourth female rated it just "average."
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: The lone male loved it. One female also loved it with another one rating it "above average." Unfortunately, the third female was disappointed and rated it "below average."
ADULTS: GREAT REVIEWS from both the males and females! Half, or better, loved "The Theory of Everything." All the remaining reviews were "above average," which indicates a movie they enjoyed very much.
In 1963, as a cosmology student at the storied U.K. university Cambridge,
Stephen ( Eddie Redmayne) is making great strides and is determined to find a "simple, eloquent explanation" for the universe. His
own world opens up when he falls deeply in love with an arts major, fellow
Cambridge student Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). But, at 21
years of age, this healthy, active young man receives an earth shattering
diagnosis: motor neuron disease will attack his limbs and his abilities, leaving
him with limited speech and movement, and will take his life within two years.|
Jane's love, fierce support, and determination are unwavering and the duo
weds. With his new wife fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen refuses to
accept his diagnosis. Jane encourages Stephen to finish his doctorate, which
includes his initial theory of the creation of the universe. They start a
family, and with his newly earned and widely hailed doctorate Stephen embarks on
his most ambitious scientific work, studying the very thing he now has precious
little of time. As his body faces more limits, his mind continues to explore
the outer limits of theoretical physics.
Together, he and Jane defy impossible odds, breaking new ground in medicine and
science, and achieving more than they could ever have dreamed well into the
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