Not only do I think “The King’s Speech” will win the Oscar for best picture, I actually think it deserves to win. It stands up to repeated viewings. I should know: I’ve seen it three times. Each time I get something more out of it -- a revelatory bit of business, an emotional grace note, an inflection from one of the many wonderful performers. (No film this past year has had better ensemble acting). “The King’s Speech” is old-fashioned in the best sense. It tells a complex story with deft simplicity.