I liked this movie on Alan Turning a lot, thinking it was as good (or almost as good) as American Sniper (and that is saying a lot). The movie was based on Andrew Hodges' book: Alan Turning: The Enigma.
While I still like The Imitation Game very much, after reading this article on the real facts vs. the screen play (warning spoilers) Graham Moore's liberties with the facts took some of the shine off this movie. I wished Benedict Cumberbach, who does an excellent job of acting, played this character straight…well to the facts that is. I liked I do not think it was necessary to deviate from the facts to deliver the drama--Turning's real life and achievements in WWII, later arrest and conviction for homosexuality, and subsequent suicide were exciting, dramatic and tragic enough. Bletchley Park, the breaking of the Enigma code and Turning's work are too important to trivialize.
Still, an excellent movie. I greatly recommend it.
And in the spirit of Rule 5, here are some Keira Knightley and Tuppence Middleton images. Keira Knightly does an especially good job in this film.