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The King’s Man 2021 123movies

The King’s Man 2021 123movies

Witness the bloody origin.Dec. 22, 2021131 Min.
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Watch: The King’s Man 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – In the early years of the 20th century, the Kingsman agency is formed to stand against a cabal plotting a war to wipe out millions..
Plot: As a collection of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man must race against time to stop them.
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6.3/10 Votes: 146,036
41% | RottenTomatoes
44/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 3359 Popularity: 111.59 | TMDB

Reviews:


After being delayed multiple times from a planned November 2019 release; Writer/Director Matthew Vaughn has released the third film in the “Kingsman “film series with “The King’s Man”. This time around the movie looks back to the origins of the society dedicated to peace and solving global conflicts before they can escalate.

In pre-World War I Europe; wealthy pacifist Orlando Oxford (Ralph Finnes); looks to raise his son Conrad (Harris Dickinson); following the tragic loss of his wife some years earlier on a Red Cross mission.

When events kick off the war; Conrad wishes to enlist and fight and his father is able to keep this from happening as he wants his son to avoid the horrors of war. At the same time; a secret Cabal has been plotting to start the war and manipulate the outcome and one of the agents named Rasputin (Rhys Ifans); looms prominently due to his influence over the Czar of Russia.

As the years pass and the war unfolds; Conrad and Orlando soon find themselves at odds and being pulled into opposite directions which sets a chain of events into action and puts the fate of the world in the balance.

The film is at times more retrained than the prior two films but the action sequences when they arrive are entertaining and mix the humor and violence that the series is known for. The cast is solid and the way that historical events were used but given an alternate perspective really added to the enjoyment of the film.

The movie does have a decent amount of humor but does spend a great deal of time on character development and exposition which can lead to some long gaps between the action, but the engaging stories and characters hold your interest throughout.

The film sets up further adventures in the Prequel timeline well and it appears that this is the direction that future films may go which would be more than fine as the film delivered what fans have come to expect from the series.

4 stars out of 5

Review By: garethmb

The King’s Man is a mostly harmless movie, unless you, like Rasputin, “consider being boring offensive”; if that’s the case, then you’re most likely going to want to demand satisfaction from co-writer/director Matthew Vaughn. This is an exceedingly long movie, yet it somehow can’t or won’t find the time or space to fit in a little logic.

Consider the following. A group of British citizens go to Moscow to kill Rasputin, whom they believe to be a pernicious influence on the Tsar – and that he is, but that doesn’t change the fact that Rasputin remains the Tsar’s closest and most trusted advisor. One would not expect the Russian monarch to be too keen on continuing his alliance with England if he knew a bunch of English covert agents just assassinated, with extreme prejudice, his right hand man. Fortunately he never finds out – or at least doesn’t appear to do so; the scene where the British cover up the murder and make it look like an accident or whatever has gone missing, presumably because it was never written, let alone shot.

Having said that, I rather liked Rasputin’s death scene, which recreates all manners of his fabled death (or, to be more specific, the myth surrounding it created by Prince Felix Yusupov); poison, beating, bullet wounds, and drowning in freezing water. This, by the way, is not a spoiler; first because it happens halfway through the movie (and in this case “halfway” means there’s still a very long way to go), and second because his legendary demise is so well known it even has a trope named after it.

You know what else would not be a spoiler? The identity of the criminal mastermind behind the nameless organization – I would suggest OWCA (Organization Without a Cool Acronym), were it not already taken – intent on wreaking havoc upon the world; identity which I will not reveal because it should be readily apparent to anyone familiar with the Law of Economy of Characters (in which a seemingly minor or unimportant character turns out to be much more crucial to the plot than they first appear to be). I will only add that the villain’s uncanny ability to impossibly go from point A to a point beyond the alphabet, aided by little more than the requirements of the script, produces a plot hole so big a submarine could pass through it – and literally does.

Review By: JPRetana
A Messy Prequel That Has No Idea What It Wants To Be
Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the biggest surprises in a cinema I’ve had in the last decade. I remember being excited for it but I never expected to fall in love with it as much as I did and the film still holds up every time I rewatch it. I even enjoyed The Golden Circle, it’s not perfect and nowhere near as good as the original but I still get a lot of enjoyment out of it. But from the moment The King’s Man was announced I just couldn’t understand why it was being made. I don’t dislike the idea of doing a prequel film but I thought the franchise would be better suited to finishing up the Harry/Eggsy story first before going into spin off and prequel territory. I was hoping this film would surprise me by being a different kind of entry for the franchise but unfortunately it was every bit as pointless as I feared it would be.

I think the thing that stops this film from being bad overall is it’s central characters. Ralph Fiennes is great in this film, he is as perfectly cast in this role as Colin Firth was in the 2015 original. He brings all the charm and etiquette you’d expect from this type of character while being completely capable in all the action scenes. I also really liked newcomer Harris Dickinson, he gives a really good performance and has great chemistry with Fiennes. I liked that Vaughn didn’t just make him an Eggsy clone, he’s a very different character and much more stern and serious and it works surprisingly well. Djimon Hounsou and Gemma Arterton made for really likeable and entertaining side kicks and they actually ended up stealing the movie for large portions. Most of the villains I found to be underwhelming but with the exception of Rhys Ifan who may have ultimately been the best part of the entire experience for me. He was delightfully over the top, capable and threatening in all the fight scenes and hilariously funny, it’s only a shame that he wasn’t in the film more.

I think The King’s Man best finds it’s footing in it’s 3rd act. It’s when all of the masses exposition start to pay off in some way and it’s in this part of the film that it truly starts to feel like a proper Kingsman prequel. I started to recognise the tropes I love in those other two films and I have to praise that this did make the film end on a reasonably solid note for me. However a fairly good ending doesn’t make up for the nearly 2 hour slog that The King’s Man is leading up to that 3rd act. Vaughn spends most of the film trying to compress years of history into a 2 hour runtime and it feels unbelievably messy as a result. While I liked most of the action sequences they are few and far between and I have to say that I found the film boring for the most part. I think Vaughn was a little bit too devoted to real life events and I think he may have benefitted from taking some more creative liberties that better suited the Kingsman universe.

In addition to how poorly paced the film was I also have no idea what Vaughn’s ultimate vision for it was. The tone shifts between being a serious war drama and a more over the top spy film constantly, sometimes in the same scene, and these two styles do not mix well. The film spends large portions devoted to the trenches of World War One just to abruptly switch to the goofy, moustache twirling villains plotting their evil plans to take over the world and it just makes those more serious moments feel cheap by comparison. It’s hard to feel like I’m watching a Kingsman film when I’m watching the battle sequences and it’s hard to feel like I’m watching a war movie in those more Kingsman oriented scenes.

I think there is a potentially good prequel somewhere inside this movie but it’s buried underneath messy storytelling and two polar opposite tones that make me confused as too what kind of film I’m supposed to be watching. Thankfully it’s central characters lift the film up somewhat and it’s not without its entertaining and effective scenes but I just don’t think Vaughn had a clear idea for what he wanted to do with this prequel. I think the best thing the franchise could do now is finish up the Harry/Eggsy trilogy and end things on as strong a note as possible.

6.2/10 – C+ (Middling)

Review By: cdjh-81125
A truly unnecessary prequel
Nothing about Matthew Vaughn’s prequel to 2014’s ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ and 2017’s ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ ‘The King’s Man,’ is particularly good… except that it ends. Gone are the over-the-top violence, exciting villains, and great spy gadgets that made the first two movies so entertaining. Vaughn seems to have trouble deciding what kind of story he wants to tell, creating a confusing, convoluted, and overly lengthy story that seems to break into different movies as the movie goes on. A truly unnecessary prequel.
Review By: Sir_AmirSyarif

Other Information:

Original Title The King’s Man
Release Date 2021-12-22
Release Year 2021

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 11 min (131 min)
Budget 100000000
Revenue 125928656
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Adventure, Thriller
Director Matthew Vaughn
Writer Matthew Vaughn, Karl Gajdusek, Mark Millar
Actors Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans
Country United Kingdom, United States
Awards 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 1.90 : 1 (IMAX version: some scenes), 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa 65, Panavision Ultra Vista Lenses, Arri Alexa Mini LF, Panavision Ultra Vista Lenses, Arri Alexa Mini, Panavision G-Series and Ultra Vista Lenses, Arri Alexa SXT, Panavision G-Series Lenses, Black Magic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, Blackmagic Design Micro Studio Camera 4K
Laboratory Goldcrest Post, London, UK (digital intermediate), Harbor Picture Company, London, UK (dailies), On Set Tech LTD (digital dailies, aerial unit), Pinewood Digital, London, UK (dailies)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (3.4K) (4.5K) (6.5K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision, Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema, DCP Digital Cinema Package

The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
The King’s Man 2021 123movies
Original title The King's Man
TMDb Rating 6.838 3,359 votes

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