The Kid Who Would be King #Review #Giveaway CLOSED

Alex (Louis Ashbourne Serkis) is just a nerdy kid at school who sticks up for his helpless best friend Bedders (Dean Chaumoo) against bullies Lance (Tom Taylor) and Kaye (Rhianna Dorris), but then he stumbles upon King Arthur’s sword in the stone and it is more than just bullies he has to face! The Kid Who Would Be King is old school magic meeting the modern world in an epic family-friendly adventure. Featuring the legendary wizard Merlin (Patrick Stewart ), who has been decreasing in years (Angus Imrie)! Merlin helps Alex, and his friends and school yard enemies, band together to defeat the wicked enchantress Morgana Le Fay (Rebecca Ferguson) – who has waited centuries to take over England after her brother Arthur and his knights had previously defeated her.

The Kid Who Would be King DVD sleeve

The Kid Who Would be King is comedy gold – making the whole family laugh by repurposing a timeless legend. With great graphics, special effects and stunning locations such as Stonehenge; a stellar cast and Special Features including: Deleted Scenes; Origins of a King; Young Knights; Hair, Makeup & Costume Tests; Merlin’s Magic and more.

Rated a PEGI PG The Kid Who Would be King features mild threat, scary scenes, violence and language. Our sensitive 10 year old said that it was fine because when the head was cut off it was clean and there was no blood!

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Ends 17/07/2019

UK only

Rating PG

Running Time 1 hour 55

The Kid Who Would Be King is available now on Digital Download, Blu-ray and DVD

I was sent a copy of The Kid Who Would be King for purposes of review. All opinions are honest and my own.

33 thoughts on “The Kid Who Would be King #Review #Giveaway CLOSED”

  1. This would be ideal to watch with my nephew and niece as it is a family film and we are always looking for new things to watch.

  2. I think this is a film that all my family would enjoy particularly the children – they saw the trailers but we never got to the cinema to see it, so would be a nice treat for them!

  3. Because these days almost any film is a good film. The alternative is to watch some of the mindless trivia that passes for Television with all the shouting and screaming and drummed-up applause. Rant over!

  4. I’ve been a big fan of Joe Cornish since his Adam & Joe days, hopefully this would a great film for my nephews

  5. I’ve seen trailers for this & it looks like a really good family film so I’d love to sit with my Grandchildren and watch it.

  6. I think this would be a great film to watch with my children & hubby. Anything that makes us laugh is a winner in our house!

  7. It looks like perfect family viewing, having 7 children between 2 and 14 years its perfect for a family movie night

  8. My girls are 11 and 14. I already know the eldest won’t be interested as it isn’t scary enough but from the trailer I know my husband will happily sit with the 11 year old to watch it

  9. I think this would be a good film for us because Daisy loves anything with a good story and plenty of adventure. She has read about King Arthur so she would really get into this.


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