Watch HD Movie Genius Official Trailer #1 (2016) – Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman Movie HD

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Genius Official Trailer #1 (2016) – Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman Movie HD

A chronicle of Max Perkins’s time as the book editor at Scribner, where he oversaw works by Thomas Wolfe, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and others.

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  1. I enjoyed this movie especially Colin Firth who played the publisher in such a down-to-earth point I wanted to hug him!
    Naturally the star was Jude Law who was excellent in this role. Never seem him act so wild and crazy at points but
    so human too. Good Movie. I believe there will be Oscar nominations for it.

  2. Read the book. Max disliked women. He disliked his own daughters. It seems that he may have had a crush on Thomas Wolfe. He certainly pursued him with constant letters and allowing Wolfe to take over his private life; to the point where Wolfe would show up at Max's house at any time and curse, get drunk and not have any consequences. It was only when other people in the literary world became aware that Max had basically taken over Wolfe's books, re-written them and even told Wolfe when his book was done and would be published as Max wanted it that Wolfe was embarrassed enough to leave Max's influence and seek another publisher.

  3. Thomas Wolfe was a big guy. Some 250 lbs and tall too, in stark contrast to the malnourished Jude Law. Also, why would the movie only focus on his relationship with his editor? There's tons of more interesting events captured in his book Look Homeward Angel, like the time he witnessed his native Ashevilleans see their savings evaporate during the great depression.

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