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Old school magic meets the modern world in the epic adventure THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING. Alex (Ashbourne Serkis) thinks he’s just another nobody, until he stumbles upon the mythical Sword in the Stone, Excalibur. Now, he must unite his friends and enemies into a band of knights and, together with the legendary wizard Merlin (Stewart), take on the wicked enchantress Morgana (Ferguson). With the future at stake, Alex must become the great leader he never dreamed he could be.
Written and Directed by: Joe Cornish
Produced by: Nira Park, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner
Cast: Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Dean Chaumoo, Tom Taylor, Rhianna Dorris, Angus Imrie, with Rebecca Ferguson and Patrick Stewart
In Theaters January 25
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The lovers of the book beware
DONT get your Hope's up
I come from the percy jackson fandom
these guys BUTCHERED our movies didnt even follow the plot
just a warning I havent read the book but after I'm going to read the book just reading the description of the book vs this I can tell it's not accurate
So I was watching this trailer in an ad, and then 1:20 showed up and-
*takes a deep breath
*starts cracking up
Me: Sweety, if you want to promote a video, you don’t mention that.
Me: I wonder...
*goes to see this video
*looks at the comments
Me: I knew this would happen
*Why do there have to be non-whites in every single movie? Even movies having to do specifically with Europeans and drawing heavily from our monarchist traditions? Is a negro girl really so necessary? Do I need to look at an asian boy the entire time? Why can’t I have a movie about my people?*
Well this looks bad.
Also that opening. Literally every article on writing is strongly against starting with "You're gonna be late for school!" (or including it. At all). That cliche is best left to rot in fanfiction.net.
Am I the only one kinda annoyed at Morgana’s name? She seems like a Morgan La Fey type of character (that was probably what they were going for) but the only time I’ve seen her name as “Morgana” was in BBC’s Merlin (which wasn’t very myth-accurate)
I watched it. It is simple but a really good movie. It just it's too focusing on the main characters. I think it will be more thrilling if there are more roles of the side characters. Like a science club or any sport clubs that will the main characters.
Movie: The kid and his friend gets bullied, the bullies chase him. He gets the sword after falling. Then, he fights the evil creature thing with the help with merlin. Bullies join kid and his friend. Bullies try to steal sword and fail. Then they fight morgana and fail. Father is a drinker. Finally they chop off morganas head
mark meh words lmao
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