The Kid Who Would Be King
The Kid Who Would Be King

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A band of kids embark on an epic quest to thwart a medieval menace.

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Sly Fox - 10/10 by Kam WilliamsA wholesome family treat with an inspirational message!
Wall Street Journal - 10/10 by Joe MorgensternDetails like these are delightful. So is the notion of Stonehenge as a transport hub to another temporal plane, and the spectacle of Alex and his dauntless cohorts in tin armor they’ve bought in a souvenir shop. What’s destructive, and eventually benumbing, is the kitchen-sink clutter of fantasy, reality, wish-fulfillment and glib enchantment. To say that the film lacks simplicity would be an oversimplification.
The Playlist - 10/10 by Kevin JagernauthThe Kid Who Would Be King blows the dust off an old tale, and makes it invigorating and inspiring for viewers who will be forming their own round tables of world-changers for generations to come.
Globe and Mail - 9/10 by Chandler LevackViewers will be entranced by Louis Ashbourne Serkis, son of Andy Serkis. He’s one of the greatest child actors to grace the screen in some time, whose golden lion-hearted essence shines through even when facing indecision and doubt. If perfect casting is looking for the one actor who can pull the sword from the stone, Cornish has found the Webster’s definition of a hero.
Paste Magazine - 9/10 by Oktay Ege KozakThe Kid Who Would Be Kid hits the family classic trifecta: Spectacular fun for kids and adults, full of important themes, and a rebellious attitude in regard to the wide range of things grownups are messing up.
New York Magazine/Vulture - 9/10 by Emily YoshidaThe film builds to an anarchic set piece, in which a school full of rambunctious children defend the world from evil while the adults literally disappear off the face of the earth. It’s the closest thing Cornish comes to a real-life prescription for what ails us, and it goes down pretty well.
Reeling Reviews - 9/10 by Robin Cliffordthe noisy, seen-it-before finale turns "The Kid Who Would Be King" into something a little less than it could be. They had me for 3/4 of the movie.
Akron Beacon Journal - 9/10 by George ThomasIf The Kid Who Would Be King appeals to one set, it would be those 10 or younger. For most everyone else, it could be a slog.
The Film Stage - 9/10 by Vikram MurthiThe Kid Who Would Be King’s arrhythmic pacing proves to be a liability, particularly in the homestretch when Cornish establishes three separate endings and decides to power through all of them
AV Club - 9/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyMight be smarter that the average live-action kids’ movie, but it’s hamstrung by a lack of visual imagination and a generic script.

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