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The Kid Who Would Be King


The legend of King Arthur gets a modern twist as a schoolboy learns his destiny is to lead the quest to stop an evil enchantress.

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From Emily Yoshida at New York Magazine (Vulture):

The film builds to an anarchic set piece, in which a school full of rambunctious children defend the world from evil while the adults literally disappear off the face of the earth. It’s the closest thing Cornish comes to a real-life prescription for what ails us, and it goes down pretty well. Full Review

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