Timothee Chalamet starring Netflix’s “The King” Review: Know everything about the Historical movie

David Michod’s ‘The King’ is going to be streamed from Friday 1st November 2019 on Netflix and some of the limited theatrical release.

‘The King’ can be told as retelling Shakespeare’s Henry V, the cast consists of Oscar-nominee Timothee Chalamet as a young reluctant king. The king quickly gets into a war with France by a retinue of advisors with questionable loyalties. The movie is directed by David Michod and written by Joel Edgerton along with Michod.

The plot of the story shows Hal the eldest son of King Henry IV. Hal got disgusted and irritated with his father’s war policies, and spends his days drinking jesting along with his companion John Falstaff played by Joel Edgerton. Henry IV orders that Hal’s younger brother, Thomas, will inherit the throne (portrayed by Dean Charles Chapman) instead of Hal. Thomas was sent to subdue Hotspur’s rebellion, but upstaged by Hal and defeats Hotspur in single combat to decide the result of the battle. Thomas dies in further battle in Wales. Henry IV dies, and Hal is crowned King Henry V.

The King is probably Chalamet’s show the story writer Edgerton provided backup. The historical drama film has many twists in it. Other cast members are Robert Pattinson as The Dauphin Sean Harris as William Gascoigne Lily-Rose Depp as Catherine and Ben Mendelsohn as King Henry IV.

The final trailer of the movie was released on the 24th of October 2019.

The movie is quite good especially the battle scenes.