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  • @FilmFest.919 Review: @Netflix’s “The King” from EoM contributor @HunterHeilman.
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The idea of another prestige period drama is almost physically exhausting to my body at this point. Hell, The King isn’t even the first prestige period drama for Netflix in the last year, with David Mackenzie’s admirable, but not heavy-hitting, Outlaw King hitting the streaming service last fall (becoming more famous for the 2 second shot of Chris Pine’s penis more than anything else). Yet, Netflix, despite this fatigue, is snagging some truly great talent for these films, with contracting Animal Kingdom and The Rover director David Michôd to helm The King with collaborator/star Joel Edgerton in assistance writing, producing and starring in the film, with Brad Pitt also featured in a producing role. On top of that, they’ve secured indie mega-darlings Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson in main roles, with other big names dotting the cast including Edgerton, Ben Mendelsohn, Sean Harris, Lily-Rose Depp, and Thomasin McKenzie, just to name a few. Despite the impressive team, there is a problem if The King doesn’t do anything new or interesting.
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And from experience, let me tell you that The King doesn’t do anything new, but it does do something interesting: it’s not afraid to be the campy costume drama it is at heart.
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In select theaters beginning October 11th, 2019.
Available for streaming on November 1st, 2019.
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Click the bio link for the complete review.
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Final Score: 4 out of 5.
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#TheKing #DavidMichôd #JoelEdgerton #TimothéeChalamet #BenMendelsohn #DeanCharlesChapman #LilyRoseDepp #RobertPattinson #SeanHarris #ThomasinHarcourtMcKenzie #TomGlynnCarney #Netflix #NetflixOriginal #drama #historicaldrama #streaming #intheaters #FilmFest919 #filmfestival
  • @FilmFest.919 Review: @Netflix’s “The King” from EoM contributor @HunterHeilman.
    ~~~
    The idea of another prestige period drama is almost physically exhausting to my body at this point. Hell, The King isn’t even the first prestige period drama for Netflix in the last year, with David Mackenzie’s admirable, but not heavy-hitting, Outlaw King hitting the streaming service last fall (becoming more famous for the 2 second shot of Chris Pine’s penis more than anything else). Yet, Netflix, despite this fatigue, is snagging some truly great talent for these films, with contracting Animal Kingdom and The Rover director David Michôd to helm The King with collaborator/star Joel Edgerton in assistance writing, producing and starring in the film, with Brad Pitt also featured in a producing role. On top of that, they’ve secured indie mega-darlings Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson in main roles, with other big names dotting the cast including Edgerton, Ben Mendelsohn, Sean Harris, Lily-Rose Depp, and Thomasin McKenzie, just to name a few. Despite the impressive team, there is a problem if The King doesn’t do anything new or interesting.
    ~
    And from experience, let me tell you that The King doesn’t do anything new, but it does do something interesting: it’s not afraid to be the campy costume drama it is at heart.
    ~~~
    In select theaters beginning October 11th, 2019.
    Available for streaming on November 1st, 2019.
    ~~~
    Click the bio link for the complete review.
    ~~~
    Final Score: 4 out of 5.
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    #TheKing #DavidMichôd #JoelEdgerton #TimothéeChalamet #BenMendelsohn #DeanCharlesChapman #LilyRoseDepp #RobertPattinson #SeanHarris #ThomasinHarcourtMcKenzie #TomGlynnCarney #Netflix #NetflixOriginal #drama #historicaldrama #streaming #intheaters #FilmFest919 #filmfestival

  •  0  0  1 minute ago
  • 以下微雷

覺得Robert Pattinson的戲份太少

好可惜

不過嘴臉很賤 唯一亮點

過程很慢

從Hal在打混摸魚到登基花了不少時間

著名的阿金庫爾戰役老實說拍得很無趣

兩團裝甲部隊扭成一團

然後還有給Joel Edgerton一個夾在盔甲裡面的死前特寫有點多餘

英格蘭的長弓在這場戰役變成小配角

全程幾乎都是一堆盔甲擠在一起

這最可惜

文戲的部分真的好拖

為了詮釋國王身邊只有跟隨者與敵人 沒有朋友這個核心概念花了大把戲份

然後最後把Sean Harris後腦ㄑ一ㄡˋ一下

終於演完結束了

極悶而且不有趣的片

Timothee長髮的時候真的好帥~~~

但是身材實在太單薄了

衝進去跟一堆盔甲仔擠在一起抱來抱去沒什麼大傷實在是主角光環護體

超不科學
#Theking
#國王
#Netflix
#TimotheeChalamet
#JoelEdgerton
#SeanHarris
#BenMendelsohn
#RobertPattinson
#LilyRoseDepp
  • 以下微雷
    
    覺得Robert Pattinson的戲份太少
    
    好可惜
    
    不過嘴臉很賤 唯一亮點
    
    過程很慢
    
    從Hal在打混摸魚到登基花了不少時間
    
    著名的阿金庫爾戰役老實說拍得很無趣
    
    兩團裝甲部隊扭成一團
    
    然後還有給Joel Edgerton一個夾在盔甲裡面的死前特寫有點多餘
    
    英格蘭的長弓在這場戰役變成小配角
    
    全程幾乎都是一堆盔甲擠在一起
    
    這最可惜
    
    文戲的部分真的好拖
    
    為了詮釋國王身邊只有跟隨者與敵人 沒有朋友這個核心概念花了大把戲份
    
    然後最後把Sean Harris後腦ㄑ一ㄡˋ一下
    
    終於演完結束了
    
    極悶而且不有趣的片
    
    Timothee長髮的時候真的好帥~~~
    
    但是身材實在太單薄了
    
    衝進去跟一堆盔甲仔擠在一起抱來抱去沒什麼大傷實在是主角光環護體
    
    超不科學
    #Theking
    #國王
    #Netflix
    #TimotheeChalamet
    #JoelEdgerton
    #SeanHarris
    #BenMendelsohn
    #RobertPattinson
    #LilyRoseDepp

  •  10  0  9 hours ago
  • O Rei surge como um original Netflix que de original não tem muita coisa. Ao adotar um tom menos poético ao que Shakespeare empregou à figura histórica de Henrique V, o diretor David Michôd, assinando o roteiro em parceria com o ator Joel Edgerton, faz de sua narrativa um declarado estudo de personagem, mais sensível e menos épico.

O ritmo é lento, diria até contemplativo, e flerta com o intimista, as (poucas) sequências de batalhas são filmadas quase como em negação a virtuosismos técnicos - não há exploração de campos abertos e centenas de figurantes marchando -, tanto que o Henrique V de Timothée Chalamet, na verdade tratado como Hal, constantemente desafia seus oponentes para um duelo a dois. As batalhas entre exércitos não interessam a Michôd e Edgerton, que confiam no talento do jovem Chalamet para dar camadas a seu protagonista.

E Chalamet não decepciona, seu Hal é uma figura pouco falante e mais ouvinte, o que é curioso para um rei de uma nação que está em conflito, por isso, os coadjuvantes ganham em relevância, principalmente Edgerton como Falstaff (personagem que já fora interpretado por ninguém menos que Orson Welles) e Sean Harris como William, um fiel da corte, além de outras pequenas participações convincentes de Lily-Rose Depp, Thomasin McKenzie, Robert Pattinson (roubando a cena com sotaque francês) e Ben Mendelsohn como Henrique IV.

Fica interessante notar como em meio a todos estes personagens Hal vai sendo moldado, manipulado e amadurecendo não só como rei, mas principalmente como homem. Afinal, O Rei é a história de amadurecimento deste jovem que renegou a realeza por muito tempo mas que foi sendo aliciado por forças ocultas da monarquia, um sistema que corrompe homens por territórios e guerras em prol da paz.

Embora O Rei não deva ter grande relevância no gênero enquanto um drama épico de guerra histórico - narrativamente falando o longa é mais do mesmo e lhe falta uma essência mais shakesperiana -, ele é bem realizado e se destaca pela força do elenco, mais uma prova de que este é um bom ano para a Netflix.
  • O Rei surge como um original Netflix que de original não tem muita coisa. Ao adotar um tom menos poético ao que Shakespeare empregou à figura histórica de Henrique V, o diretor David Michôd, assinando o roteiro em parceria com o ator Joel Edgerton, faz de sua narrativa um declarado estudo de personagem, mais sensível e menos épico.

    O ritmo é lento, diria até contemplativo, e flerta com o intimista, as (poucas) sequências de batalhas são filmadas quase como em negação a virtuosismos técnicos - não há exploração de campos abertos e centenas de figurantes marchando -, tanto que o Henrique V de Timothée Chalamet, na verdade tratado como Hal, constantemente desafia seus oponentes para um duelo a dois. As batalhas entre exércitos não interessam a Michôd e Edgerton, que confiam no talento do jovem Chalamet para dar camadas a seu protagonista.

    E Chalamet não decepciona, seu Hal é uma figura pouco falante e mais ouvinte, o que é curioso para um rei de uma nação que está em conflito, por isso, os coadjuvantes ganham em relevância, principalmente Edgerton como Falstaff (personagem que já fora interpretado por ninguém menos que Orson Welles) e Sean Harris como William, um fiel da corte, além de outras pequenas participações convincentes de Lily-Rose Depp, Thomasin McKenzie, Robert Pattinson (roubando a cena com sotaque francês) e Ben Mendelsohn como Henrique IV.

    Fica interessante notar como em meio a todos estes personagens Hal vai sendo moldado, manipulado e amadurecendo não só como rei, mas principalmente como homem. Afinal, O Rei é a história de amadurecimento deste jovem que renegou a realeza por muito tempo mas que foi sendo aliciado por forças ocultas da monarquia, um sistema que corrompe homens por territórios e guerras em prol da paz.

    Embora O Rei não deva ter grande relevância no gênero enquanto um drama épico de guerra histórico - narrativamente falando o longa é mais do mesmo e lhe falta uma essência mais shakesperiana -, ele é bem realizado e se destaca pela força do elenco, mais uma prova de que este é um bom ano para a Netflix.

  •  81  2  13 November, 2019
  • The King: Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris, Robert Pattinson, Ben Mendelsohn y Lily-Rose Depp

Director: David Michôd (2019)

Nota: 7,5/10 Anibalpuntos 
Sinopsis 
Hal (Timotheé Chamalet), un príncipe caprichoso y sin interés por ejercer su derecho al trono de Inglaterra, ha abandonado las responsabilidades reales para vivir en libertad entre la plebe. Sin embargo, ante la muerte de su tirano padre, Hal se ve obligado a retomar la vida de la que quería huir para ser el nuevo rey: Enrique V. Después de su coronación, el joven monarca tendrá que aprender a lidiar con las intrigas palaciegas, una guerra y los lazos que le unen a su antigua vida, como la relación con su mejor amigo y mentor, el caballero John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton). #theking #timotheechalamet #joeledgerton #seanharris #robertpattinson #davidmichod #netflix #2019 #history #drama #england #france #henryv #agincourt #australia #cinema #movies
  • The King: Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris, Robert Pattinson, Ben Mendelsohn y Lily-Rose Depp

    Director: David Michôd (2019)

    Nota: 7,5/10 Anibalpuntos
    Sinopsis
    Hal (Timotheé Chamalet), un príncipe caprichoso y sin interés por ejercer su derecho al trono de Inglaterra, ha abandonado las responsabilidades reales para vivir en libertad entre la plebe. Sin embargo, ante la muerte de su tirano padre, Hal se ve obligado a retomar la vida de la que quería huir para ser el nuevo rey: Enrique V. Después de su coronación, el joven monarca tendrá que aprender a lidiar con las intrigas palaciegas, una guerra y los lazos que le unen a su antigua vida, como la relación con su mejor amigo y mentor, el caballero John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton). #theking #timotheechalamet #joeledgerton #seanharris #robertpattinson #davidmichod #netflix #2019 #history #drama #england #france #henryv #agincourt #australia #cinema #movies

  •  27  0  13 November, 2019
  • فیلم پادشاه با دوبله فارسی
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The King 2019
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ژانر: زندگینامه، درام، تاریخی، عاشقانه، جنگی
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فیلم درباره‌ی یک شاهزاده‌ی جوان و سرسخت به نام هال است که بعداز مرگ پدر مستبدش اکنون وارث تاج و تخت پدرش می‌شود و به زودی باید به قصر و زندگی‌ که از آن فراری بوده برگردد و تاج پادشاهی انگلیس را بر سر گذاشته و کاخ و کشور و همینطور مردمش را از هرج و مرج و نابودی نجات دهد. اما…
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این فیلم در تاریخ ۱۰ آبان ۱۳۹۸ منتشر شده است‌.
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#TheKing
#TheKingmovie
#TheKing2019

اولین تریلر رسمی فیلم درام و تاریخی 
The King 2019
 با بازی
#TimothéeChalamet @tchalamet
#RobertPattinson
#SeanHarris
#BenMendelsohn @mendelsohnben
#LilyRoseDepp @lilyrose_depp
#JoelEdgerton @joeledgerton

پخش 10 آبان 1398 از شبکه @netflixfilm 
@netflix
  • فیلم پادشاه با دوبله فارسی
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    The King 2019
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    ژانر: زندگینامه، درام، تاریخی، عاشقانه، جنگی
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    فیلم درباره‌ی یک شاهزاده‌ی جوان و سرسخت به نام هال است که بعداز مرگ پدر مستبدش اکنون وارث تاج و تخت پدرش می‌شود و به زودی باید به قصر و زندگی‌ که از آن فراری بوده برگردد و تاج پادشاهی انگلیس را بر سر گذاشته و کاخ و کشور و همینطور مردمش را از هرج و مرج و نابودی نجات دهد. اما…
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    این فیلم در تاریخ ۱۰ آبان ۱۳۹۸ منتشر شده است‌.
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    #TheKing
    #TheKingmovie
    #TheKing2019

    اولین تریلر رسمی فیلم درام و تاریخی
    The King 2019
    با بازی
    #TimothéeChalamet @tchalamet
    #RobertPattinson
    #SeanHarris
    #BenMendelsohn @mendelsohnben
    #LilyRoseDepp @lilyrose_depp
    #JoelEdgerton @joeledgerton

    پخش 10 آبان 1398 از شبکه @netflixfilm
    @netflix

  •  11  0  12 November, 2019
  • The King (2019)
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This film is all about its third act. In short, this is a film that starts slow, builds up gradually and wraps it all up with an interesting finale.

Timothée Chalamet did a fantastic work in his role as Hal aka King Henry V and I'm gonna be honest, this is his best performance for me. He plays his role so well that you could actually feel what the character was going through.

Joel Edgerton's character was enjoyable to watch. You just look forward to seeing him in every scene and he totally stole the show as soon as he got fully involved. 
Whenever you see Sean Harris in a film, you know it's gonna be a solid film cos that's what this actor brings with him. He always has a charismatic personality which eventually makes his character unforgettable in any film.

Robert Pattinson's character was over the top but I liked it. His accent also sounded kinda fake but he made up for that with the attitude he brought to the character.

The King as a movie relies heavily on the performance of the actors aforementioned and a brilliant third act to deliver an artistic historical drama based on Shakespearean plays. It was well written and directed. It does not try to impress in the areas of entertainment (which may be a turnoff for many) but rather tells an intricate story of one of the greatest kings of medieval England. I only wish there was more development on the background story of some individual characters to help us understand them better.

Every scene, every conversation in this film is vital to its grand ending. If you have seen this film and didn't enjoy it, it may be because you didn't understand it and lost some information of great import. So I implore you to watch it one more time. The King is a really good movie and it has heightened my respect for Netflix. I know a lot of people would find this movie to be boring but I totally enjoyed it.

P.S. This movie is best served with subtitles.
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TMG RATING: 7.5
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#thekingnetflix #thekingmovie #thekingreview #timotheechalamet #joeledgerton #robertpattinson #seanharris #tmgrating2019
  • The King (2019)
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    This film is all about its third act. In short, this is a film that starts slow, builds up gradually and wraps it all up with an interesting finale.

    Timothée Chalamet did a fantastic work in his role as Hal aka King Henry V and I'm gonna be honest, this is his best performance for me. He plays his role so well that you could actually feel what the character was going through.

    Joel Edgerton's character was enjoyable to watch. You just look forward to seeing him in every scene and he totally stole the show as soon as he got fully involved.
    Whenever you see Sean Harris in a film, you know it's gonna be a solid film cos that's what this actor brings with him. He always has a charismatic personality which eventually makes his character unforgettable in any film.

    Robert Pattinson's character was over the top but I liked it. His accent also sounded kinda fake but he made up for that with the attitude he brought to the character.

    The King as a movie relies heavily on the performance of the actors aforementioned and a brilliant third act to deliver an artistic historical drama based on Shakespearean plays. It was well written and directed. It does not try to impress in the areas of entertainment (which may be a turnoff for many) but rather tells an intricate story of one of the greatest kings of medieval England. I only wish there was more development on the background story of some individual characters to help us understand them better.

    Every scene, every conversation in this film is vital to its grand ending. If you have seen this film and didn't enjoy it, it may be because you didn't understand it and lost some information of great import. So I implore you to watch it one more time. The King is a really good movie and it has heightened my respect for Netflix. I know a lot of people would find this movie to be boring but I totally enjoyed it.

    P.S. This movie is best served with subtitles.
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    TMG RATING: 7.5
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    #thekingnetflix #thekingmovie #thekingreview #timotheechalamet #joeledgerton #robertpattinson #seanharris #tmgrating2019

  •  261  21  12 November, 2019
  • "KRÓL"
#Recenzja ➡️ #Król #TheKing #2019

To już drugi raz, kiedy Netflix przenosi swych subskrybentów do czasów średniowiecznej Wielkiej Brytanii. Po solidnym "Królu wyjętym spod prawa" z Chrisem Pinem w roli głównej przyszedł czas na zmierzenie się z historią innego władcy, tym razem angielskiego. Efekty? Ujmując to nieco enigmatycznie: podobne.
Tym, co bez wątpienia należy pochwalić już na samym wstępie, są wszelkiego rodzaju sekwencje bitewne. Podobnie jak we wspomnianym już "(...) wyjętym spod prawa", Netflix odnosi sukces pod kątem obnażenia walk z tradycyjnych szat romantyzmu, dobitnie prezentując ich surowość. Wszechobecna anarchia, jaka ma miejsce podczas starć dwóch armii, nie daje oderwać oczu od ekranu, a świetny montaż dźwięku pozwala poczuć każde uderzenie miecza czy też pięści.
Bez zaskoczenia, dobrze prezentuje się obsada. Timothee Chalamet - jeden z najlepszych aktorów młodego pokolenia, jeśli nie najlepszy - dopisuje do swego CV kolejną godną kreację, za sprawą której poszerza swój dorobek gatunkowy. Poziomem nie ustępuje mu również drugi plan, tj. Joel Edgerton oraz Robert Pattinson, którego przysłowiowe pięć minut wnosi na ekran powiew świeżości. Nuży z kolei rola Seana Harrisa. Obsadzanie go w filmach, których akcja toczy się w średniowieczu jest na obecnym etapie już branżowym nałogiem.
Jak to często w tego typu produkcjach niestety bywa, kuleje polityczna intryga, której twórcy nie są w stanie przedstawić i poprowadzić w sposób płynny oraz wciągający. Choć powierzchownie wszystko jest zrozumiałe, kolejnym wydarzeniom brak odpowiednich fundamentów, które przełożyłyby się na jakikolwiek rozwój bohaterów. Na przestrzeni drugiego aktu narracja staje się pospieszna i szarpana, a konsekwencja oraz logika poczynań postaci zdaje się nie być priorytetem reżysera.
Netfliksowy "Król" to niewątpliwie przyjemne dla oka widowisko, które jednak nie ma w sobie na tyle angażujących elementów, aby okrzyknąć go mianem 'must-see'.
⭐ OCENA ➡️ 6/10 ⭐
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#TimotheeChalamet #BenMendelsohn #JoelEdgerton #RobertPattinson #SeanHarris #Anglia #WielkaBrytania #historia #film #kino #kultura #sztuka #Polska #recenzjafilmu #recenzjafilmowa #opinia #OFilmachDlaSportu
  • "KRÓL"
    #Recenzja ➡️ #Król #TheKing #2019

    To już drugi raz, kiedy Netflix przenosi swych subskrybentów do czasów średniowiecznej Wielkiej Brytanii. Po solidnym "Królu wyjętym spod prawa" z Chrisem Pinem w roli głównej przyszedł czas na zmierzenie się z historią innego władcy, tym razem angielskiego. Efekty? Ujmując to nieco enigmatycznie: podobne.
    Tym, co bez wątpienia należy pochwalić już na samym wstępie, są wszelkiego rodzaju sekwencje bitewne. Podobnie jak we wspomnianym już "(...) wyjętym spod prawa", Netflix odnosi sukces pod kątem obnażenia walk z tradycyjnych szat romantyzmu, dobitnie prezentując ich surowość. Wszechobecna anarchia, jaka ma miejsce podczas starć dwóch armii, nie daje oderwać oczu od ekranu, a świetny montaż dźwięku pozwala poczuć każde uderzenie miecza czy też pięści.
    Bez zaskoczenia, dobrze prezentuje się obsada. Timothee Chalamet - jeden z najlepszych aktorów młodego pokolenia, jeśli nie najlepszy - dopisuje do swego CV kolejną godną kreację, za sprawą której poszerza swój dorobek gatunkowy. Poziomem nie ustępuje mu również drugi plan, tj. Joel Edgerton oraz Robert Pattinson, którego przysłowiowe pięć minut wnosi na ekran powiew świeżości. Nuży z kolei rola Seana Harrisa. Obsadzanie go w filmach, których akcja toczy się w średniowieczu jest na obecnym etapie już branżowym nałogiem.
    Jak to często w tego typu produkcjach niestety bywa, kuleje polityczna intryga, której twórcy nie są w stanie przedstawić i poprowadzić w sposób płynny oraz wciągający. Choć powierzchownie wszystko jest zrozumiałe, kolejnym wydarzeniom brak odpowiednich fundamentów, które przełożyłyby się na jakikolwiek rozwój bohaterów. Na przestrzeni drugiego aktu narracja staje się pospieszna i szarpana, a konsekwencja oraz logika poczynań postaci zdaje się nie być priorytetem reżysera.
    Netfliksowy "Król" to niewątpliwie przyjemne dla oka widowisko, które jednak nie ma w sobie na tyle angażujących elementów, aby okrzyknąć go mianem 'must-see'.
    ⭐ OCENA ➡️ 6/10 ⭐
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    #TimotheeChalamet #BenMendelsohn #JoelEdgerton #RobertPattinson #SeanHarris #Anglia #WielkaBrytania #historia #film #kino #kultura #sztuka #Polska #recenzjafilmu #recenzjafilmowa #opinia #OFilmachDlaSportu

  •  243  0  12 November, 2019
  • Retelling the story of King Henry V that was made famous by Shakespeare’s plays, The King boasts an outstanding cast, a strong script and an all round well put together piece. Choosing to play it safe with the creative license holds The King back from being one of the big releases of the year, but the solid direction and strong script make it a worthwhile viewing for those interested in medieval dramas. Read the full review on the website!

#film #movie #review #theking #davidmichod #netflix #timotheechalamet #robertpattinson #joeledgerton #seanharris #medieval
  • Retelling the story of King Henry V that was made famous by Shakespeare’s plays, The King boasts an outstanding cast, a strong script and an all round well put together piece. Choosing to play it safe with the creative license holds The King back from being one of the big releases of the year, but the solid direction and strong script make it a worthwhile viewing for those interested in medieval dramas. Read the full review on the website!

    #film #movie #review #theking #davidmichod #netflix #timotheechalamet #robertpattinson #joeledgerton #seanharris #medieval

  •  10  0  11 November, 2019
  • Guest Review Time: (epic)
Summary: All Hail King Henry V!! 🙌🏻
I was hyped for this movie for quite some time and I was far from disappointed.
My personal highlights? Timothée Chalamet's acting (how could it not), the character of Ser John Falstaff (so much love), the music, the battle scene in the mud, and last but not least Rob Pattinson with a French accent.
You see, I hardly ever do this and I struggle for words, but trust me on this: if you don't care that a movie is not always super fast paced, don't mind to see the ugly face of Medieval warfare, and would like to lose yourself in a world in which seemingly every man has his own kingdom in mind, just watch it. Do yourself the favor.

And a last word of warning and you should really heed it. If some Frenchman talks to you about committing acts of treason and you don't consult your king ... just bring a scarf. Or don't talk about anything that might upset your king with any Frenchmen, how about that?
(P.S. Mud+heavy armor=pretty good meme format)
  • Guest Review Time: (epic)
    Summary: All Hail King Henry V!! 🙌🏻
    I was hyped for this movie for quite some time and I was far from disappointed.
    My personal highlights? Timothée Chalamet's acting (how could it not), the character of Ser John Falstaff (so much love), the music, the battle scene in the mud, and last but not least Rob Pattinson with a French accent.
    You see, I hardly ever do this and I struggle for words, but trust me on this: if you don't care that a movie is not always super fast paced, don't mind to see the ugly face of Medieval warfare, and would like to lose yourself in a world in which seemingly every man has his own kingdom in mind, just watch it. Do yourself the favor.

    And a last word of warning and you should really heed it. If some Frenchman talks to you about committing acts of treason and you don't consult your king ... just bring a scarf. Or don't talk about anything that might upset your king with any Frenchmen, how about that?
    (P.S. Mud+heavy armor=pretty good meme format)

  •  80  2  11 November, 2019
  • “THE KING” is undoubtedly one the best Netflix film productions. Which, you might say is not a
very huge thing to achieve. Nevertheless, this is a very interesting film based on historical Henry
V and play Shakespeare wrote.

What I enjoyed the most was casting and acting. Literally the whole cast has been stellar.
Timothee Chalamet, usually reserved for moppy emo stereotypes is finally given a chance to
shine. He does that perfectly, bringing boyishness and naivete and, at the same time, solemnity and determination that the role of Henry V required. Joel Edgerton, who has also been always
cast as boorish macho is surprisingly cast in a mentor/friend/confidant role and, man, I was
surprised how this role befits him. From the supporting cast Sean Harris delivered near perfect
performance as Henry’s advisor, and Robert Pattinson (just like in THE LIGHTHOUSE)
managed to surprise me with his take on French Dauphin.

I also would like to mention the stylistic approach with casting. We are used to kings looking like
kings - grown up, macho, muscular and noble. Chalamet’s Henry V is none, which, if you
actually think about, is exactly how it was in real life. By taking this realistic approach “THE
KING” looks more authentic than any other historical dramas.

Writing is also commendable, as screenwriters are armed with history textbooks as source
material and Shakespeare as a cheat sheet. You should be really bad to screw this up.

What disappointed me was the pacing. I understand the choice of slow exposition and plot
progression to show the inner struggles and insecurities of Henry, but sometimes pace just
slows down to a crawl. And it is a shame because there are a lot of energetic scenes, filmed
and edited beautifully. There is one scene very much resembling BATTLE OF BASTARDS, this is how great it was filmed. And, yet, the slow moments are so slow
that you will be checking your watch.

4.1/5.0

#theking #timotheehalamet #joeledgerton #seanharris #robertpattinson #davidmichod #netflix
#film #films #filmbuff #filmnerd #filmgeek #filmreview #filmreviews #movie #movies #moviebuff
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  • “THE KING” is undoubtedly one the best Netflix film productions. Which, you might say is not a
    very huge thing to achieve. Nevertheless, this is a very interesting film based on historical Henry
    V and play Shakespeare wrote.

    What I enjoyed the most was casting and acting. Literally the whole cast has been stellar.
    Timothee Chalamet, usually reserved for moppy emo stereotypes is finally given a chance to
    shine. He does that perfectly, bringing boyishness and naivete and, at the same time, solemnity and determination that the role of Henry V required. Joel Edgerton, who has also been always
    cast as boorish macho is surprisingly cast in a mentor/friend/confidant role and, man, I was
    surprised how this role befits him. From the supporting cast Sean Harris delivered near perfect
    performance as Henry’s advisor, and Robert Pattinson (just like in THE LIGHTHOUSE)
    managed to surprise me with his take on French Dauphin.

    I also would like to mention the stylistic approach with casting. We are used to kings looking like
    kings - grown up, macho, muscular and noble. Chalamet’s Henry V is none, which, if you
    actually think about, is exactly how it was in real life. By taking this realistic approach “THE
    KING” looks more authentic than any other historical dramas.

    Writing is also commendable, as screenwriters are armed with history textbooks as source
    material and Shakespeare as a cheat sheet. You should be really bad to screw this up.

    What disappointed me was the pacing. I understand the choice of slow exposition and plot
    progression to show the inner struggles and insecurities of Henry, but sometimes pace just
    slows down to a crawl. And it is a shame because there are a lot of energetic scenes, filmed
    and edited beautifully. There is one scene very much resembling BATTLE OF BASTARDS, this is how great it was filmed. And, yet, the slow moments are so slow
    that you will be checking your watch.

    4.1/5.0

    #theking #timotheehalamet #joeledgerton #seanharris #robertpattinson #davidmichod #netflix
    #film #films #filmbuff #filmnerd #filmgeek #filmreview #filmreviews #movie #movies #moviebuff
    #moviegeek #movienerd #moviereview #moviereviews #cinema #cinephile #kino

  •  15  0  11 November, 2019
  • The King (2019)

Hal, wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his back on royal life and is living among the people. But when his tyrannical father dies, Hal is crowned King Henry V and is forced to embrace the life he had previously tried to escape. Now the young king must navigate the palace politics, chaos and war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life - including his relationship with his closest friend and mentor, the ageing alcoholic knight, John Falstaff.

It's a historical drama directed by David Michôd and starring: Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson, Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn and Lily-Rose Depp.

Movie story is based around a historical figure of Henry V – King of England, how he became king, part of his reign and a war with France. I'm usually genuinely excited about movies based on a real history and so was I this time around. I've to admit tho that I was bored at the beginning and quit watching after maybe 40 min - but came back to it the next day. Movie doesn't have a lot of spectacular action scenes, it starts slow and a big part of it is talking about politics, war tactics etc. not the most exciting stuff. It did drag a bit to be honest. When it got to the beginning of war, pace picked up and then I got invested in the story.

All that being said, movie jus looks beautiful, it's very well shot. All of the locations, outfits look very believable and realistic as for that period of time. Movie is very brown-ish/grey-ish, which really made a red colour worn by some of the nobles and a king stand out (there was one shot of King V wearing red that really stuck in my head). Also dialogues were adjusted to the times that movie was taking place in, I heard a lot of words I had no understanding of :).
Movie has unbelievably talented cast, as a whole it was very well acted. For me the stand outs were: Timothee Chalamet as King V, Joel Edgerton as sir Falstaff and Robert Pattison as The Dauphin – he was just mesmerizing and I wish he had more screen time.

It's a movie that in the end I enjoyed watching but it did not blow me away although actor performances were absolutely brilliant.
  • The King (2019)

    Hal, wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his back on royal life and is living among the people. But when his tyrannical father dies, Hal is crowned King Henry V and is forced to embrace the life he had previously tried to escape. Now the young king must navigate the palace politics, chaos and war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life - including his relationship with his closest friend and mentor, the ageing alcoholic knight, John Falstaff.

    It's a historical drama directed by David Michôd and starring: Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson, Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn and Lily-Rose Depp.

    Movie story is based around a historical figure of Henry V – King of England, how he became king, part of his reign and a war with France. I'm usually genuinely excited about movies based on a real history and so was I this time around. I've to admit tho that I was bored at the beginning and quit watching after maybe 40 min - but came back to it the next day. Movie doesn't have a lot of spectacular action scenes, it starts slow and a big part of it is talking about politics, war tactics etc. not the most exciting stuff. It did drag a bit to be honest. When it got to the beginning of war, pace picked up and then I got invested in the story.

    All that being said, movie jus looks beautiful, it's very well shot. All of the locations, outfits look very believable and realistic as for that period of time. Movie is very brown-ish/grey-ish, which really made a red colour worn by some of the nobles and a king stand out (there was one shot of King V wearing red that really stuck in my head). Also dialogues were adjusted to the times that movie was taking place in, I heard a lot of words I had no understanding of :).
    Movie has unbelievably talented cast, as a whole it was very well acted. For me the stand outs were: Timothee Chalamet as King V, Joel Edgerton as sir Falstaff and Robert Pattison as The Dauphin – he was just mesmerizing and I wish he had more screen time.

    It's a movie that in the end I enjoyed watching but it did not blow me away although actor performances were absolutely brilliant.

  •  11  1  10 November, 2019
  • #TheKing (2019)
🎬 #DavidMichod
🎼 #NicholasBritell
✂️ #PeterSciberras
📷 #AdamArkapaw
I love going into movies like this expecting the long runtime to really ruin my enjoyment of the film for me, but I was honestly surprised at how much this movie moved. It’s not completely slow paced, and even when it was, I was still invested in what I was watching. The performances helped in every way to ensure my care for the loyalties with certain characters and certain friendship. Particularly that of two relationships: Hal’s friendship with Falstaff and Gascoigne’s loyalty to Hal. Maybe it is cliched that Gascoigne’s loyalty was for the purpose of manipulating Hal into engaging in a war he was highly against, that maybe there are better ways to claim or take turf from others if need be. Using against Hal his insistence to spare life and avoid countless and pointless casualties and even after winning still feels regret for Christian lives lost in battle. Hal is definitely a quality ruler. Pushed into war by The Dauphin and his mockery and aggression or the “assassin”. The Dauphin was such a weird character and I’m a little let down by his end, it was fine, but underwhelming. That’s how he is taken down. By four or five guys after slipping in the mud. I wanted to laugh honestly, but couldn’t. Such a great medieval movie up there with the best seasons of Game of Thrones, but not as vile.
#Film #Movie #TimotheeChalamet #SeanHarris RobertPattinson #JoelEdgerton #ThomasinMcKenzie
👗 #JanePetrie
  • #TheKing (2019)
    🎬 #DavidMichod
    🎼 #NicholasBritell
    ✂️ #PeterSciberras
    📷 #AdamArkapaw
    I love going into movies like this expecting the long runtime to really ruin my enjoyment of the film for me, but I was honestly surprised at how much this movie moved. It’s not completely slow paced, and even when it was, I was still invested in what I was watching. The performances helped in every way to ensure my care for the loyalties with certain characters and certain friendship. Particularly that of two relationships: Hal’s friendship with Falstaff and Gascoigne’s loyalty to Hal. Maybe it is cliched that Gascoigne’s loyalty was for the purpose of manipulating Hal into engaging in a war he was highly against, that maybe there are better ways to claim or take turf from others if need be. Using against Hal his insistence to spare life and avoid countless and pointless casualties and even after winning still feels regret for Christian lives lost in battle. Hal is definitely a quality ruler. Pushed into war by The Dauphin and his mockery and aggression or the “assassin”. The Dauphin was such a weird character and I’m a little let down by his end, it was fine, but underwhelming. That’s how he is taken down. By four or five guys after slipping in the mud. I wanted to laugh honestly, but couldn’t. Such a great medieval movie up there with the best seasons of Game of Thrones, but not as vile.
    #Film #Movie #TimotheeChalamet #SeanHarris RobertPattinson #JoelEdgerton #ThomasinMcKenzie
    👗 #JanePetrie

  •  34  1  10 November, 2019

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  • The King reigns over the red carpet at the American Airlines Gala.⠀
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David Michôd explores a different kind of animal kingdom, with Timothée Chalamet starring in this stunning, visceral portrait of Henry V.
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    David Michôd explores a different kind of animal kingdom, with Timothée Chalamet starring in this stunning, visceral portrait of Henry V.

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