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The King's Man

A British Duke forms the Kingsman agency to stop a cabal from starting a war.


Why watch this film?

Prelude to the 'Kingsman' franchise, 'The King's Man: The Origin' brings the beginning of the international private agency - and British nobility - still during the events of World War I. In an extremely fictionalized universe (and therefore do not take anything from it as truth), we see how the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Fiennes, from 'The Constant Gardener') transformed a traditional tailor into the guarantor of world peace. The cast is still completed by Gemma Arterton ('Clash of the Titans'), Harris Dickinson ('Beach Rats'), Aaron Taylor-Joy ('Kick Ass'), Daniel Brühl ('Rush'), Djimon Hounsou ('Guardians of the Galaxy') and Rhys Ifans ('The Amazing Spider-Man') - the latter great in the role of Rasputin, the mystic who was the most influential man in the Russian Empire. In the direction we have the return of Matthew Vaughn - responsible for the two previous films in the series - who once again imprints his style with great action scenes, although he slips in the fact that he does not know if this is a serious production or a farcical story. A bit of self-awareness would do well. To watch without taking seriously.



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Plot summary

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.

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