This movie was really good. Alan Turing was a really smart man to figure this out. I don't like that they killed people for being gay. That's they way they were born. I think that's kind of harsh. I also didn't like that his team didn't trust his machine until the guy in charge was trying to shut them down. Why did it take so long to for them to trust the machine? To trust that Alan knew what he was doing the whole time? I also don't understand how they went straight to Alan when they were looking for a Soviet spy. They just assumed it was him without questioning everyone in the room. That seemed a bit unfair. This movie most definitely deserves all the awards it won. Benedict did amazing with this character. It was like he was the real person. He built a machine from his head to break the German enigma code. I wonder if the machine he built is still being used or in a museum somewhere. He should have been given some reward for breaking the code not get killed for being gay. He probably could have even written a book about it years after the war is they hadn't done that. The man was a genius to figure it out and so was his team.