• ‘The Kid Who Would Be King' Film Review: Joe Cornish Turns the Arthurian Legend into an 80s-Style Kid Romp

    2 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    In Joe Cornish's follow-up to his sci-fi breakout hit “Attack the Block,” the sophomore director mines the rich mythical realm of the legend of King Arthur. But rather than pick up the story in medieval times, “The Kid Who Would Be King” takes place in the modern world, one where our heroes wear school uniforms and don't know how to wield swords or ride horses at first.
    “The Kid Who Would Be King” is a charming story of fantasy, pop-culture references and myth-making. It's a movie with the playful camaraderie of “Goonies” and a few elements from '80s sagas - like “Labyrinth,” “E.T.: The...
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