To put it another way, this is the kind of movie that thinks it's adding a lot of deep meaning by repeating the same clunky line, seemingly ripped from a bumper sticker, in each of its chapters: "Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of, who do the things that no one can imagine." Explicitly stating the Moral of the Story not once but three times just feels lazy. Yeah, the audience probably isn't on the same genius level as Turing — but that doesn't mean you have to periodically interrupt the movie to make sure everyone is getting the message.