The King’s Man

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Following the death of his wife, the Duke of Oxford (Fiennes) dedicates himself to pacifism by forming a team to prevent wars before they begin. Unfortunately, the world is on the cusp of the First World War, and his son Conrad is eager to fight for his country. When the Duke learns that events leading up to the war are the work of a shadowy, sinister organisation, he and his team must unravel the mystery, allowing the Duke the chance to show Conrad there is greater honour in averting significant loss of life.

This prequel and third film in the spy-comedy Kingsman series sends you right back to the organisation’s beginnings. Incorporating real life figures and events, it’s a non-stop romp of antics and action that tests the stiffness of the upper lips of its unflappable characters.

“imaginative to a fault” Empire

“a fun bit of historical revisionism” The Guardian

“action scenes with verve, while creating wacky alternate versions of historical events” Express

12A: strong bloody violence, injury detail, language, sex references

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