Atom User Reviews for The King's Man
Kind of drags in the middle but all around pretty fun prequel and surprisingly emotional at parts
The only enjoyment I found was laughing at how horrible this movie was. I would strongly advise not seeing it with any hopes but only to laugh at how pointless this plotless movie was.
Good story and interesting but a slow build.
Good cast but kinda slow.
Fkn loved this movie!! Extraordinary cast!! Action packed!! Rasputin gave me the chills!! The entire movie was entertaining from beginning to end!! GO WATCH ASAP! Will not disappoint!
An OSCAR nominee for best picture! One of the best movies I’ve seen in a long time! Can’t wait for the next Kingsman Movie!
It’s interesting to say the least. Drags on in some parts but other parts are good as well
Definitely much more violent than the other Kingsman movies, very R rated but still enjoyable.
I have enjoyed the Kingsman series since the first movie and this one did everything to impress. It was original, inspiring, adventurous and one I'd see again. if you enjoy a good adventure movie without all the tricks then go see this movie! make sure stay from lights out until lights on.
It is slow, but it's a TRUE origin story of an organization. not everything has to be "I am Batman" and then bodies start flying. this is a pre-quel to a larger story that already had 2 other movies. I like spy movies and I only found one major plot whole...but I enjoyed it
Everything about this is why you’d expect in Kingsman I just felt very uncomfortable in a certain scene and if you see it you’ll know what I mean 😅
Good movie in its own right … but had a hard time connecting it to the kings man series. Not much of the kings man humor or characteristics
the beginning story to the agency , had several good twists and fight scenes .
Don't expect the action pieces of the original and sequel. Expect a good origin story and you will not be disappointed.
If you’re into war dramas this is the movie for you. Creatively ties in real-world events surrounding WW1 to the movies central part and establishes why the Kingsmen organization needed to be formed in the first place
A departure from the stylized, over-the-top feel of the other Kingsman films, The King's Man feels more like a war drama with mere hints of what made the original films unique and appealing.
slower than the rest, but the story was good
I really liked the other movies in the series but this one is the best.
This was a very good movie! Kinda caught me off guard that the movie had a slightly different tone than the originals, but it was definitely an enjoyable different. Highly recommend this movie, it was a great prequel!
i was pretty surprised by this movie, it was very fun, action packed and crazy, and just one hell of a good time, the cast of characters are great and i just loved the amount of good twists there was in this movie that weren’t in any of the trailers, definitely see it when you can!! 8/10
great film. very exciting
slow and missing the humor expected
Great origin story!
Definitely fits with the Kingsmen theme!
it's an origin story so don't go in expecting the same energy that the first movies had.
Rasputin was the best character. I wished he played a larger role in the film.
We were pleasantly surprised at how good it was since tge ratings weren’t exactly great.
Loved it. Didn’t expect what happened to happen.
A little slow at times but fairly good.
It was ok. Too slow in the middle. We didn’t need them to try and build so much emotion w the sons death. Could have cut some of that.
The King's Man was an interesting origin story
I loved that they fictionalized actual history for this film.
The King’s Man doesn’t pick up in any truly incredible way until the second half, where a fantastic narrative twist happens.
Mainly, it has Ralph Fiennes to ensure that the center holds. As Orlando, Duke of Oxford and the spy agency’s founder, Fiennes might read more cuddly than studly, but he lends a surprising gravitas to this flibbertigibbet feature.
The film’s politics are not exactly sophisticated, motivated more by the convenience of the moment than any cohesive worldview.