Review: Henry V is crowned king after his tyrannical father dies in the 15th century. He must now navigate palace politics, the war his father left behind also also the emotional strings of his past life.
Director: David Michod
Actors: Tom Glynn-Carney, Gabor Czap, Tom Fisher, Edward Ashley, Steven Elder, Sean Harris, Ivan Kaye, Tom Lawrence, Ben Mendelsohn, Timothee Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Roderick Hill, Nike Kurta, Andrew Havill, Dean-Charles Chapman, Nick Wittman, Tara Fitzgerald, Philip Rosch, Thomasin McKenzie, Cedric Cirotteau, Jack Bandeira, Vincent Latorre, Robert Pattinson, Harry Trevaldwyn, Laurent Winkler, Jeremy Chevillotte, Lily-Rose Depp and Oscar Bennett
Genre: Biography, Drama and History
I have to say that I didn’t think much of Robert Pattinson’s performance. I thought it was bordering on the brink of silliness. I couldn’t take his performance seriously. Timothee Chalamet can do so much better than this and I thought that this wasn’t the right role for him. All the characters existed in real life, except for John Falstaff. It was Lincoln Cathedral which played Westminster Abbey for the coronation sequence. A film made for Netflix and this is where it should stay.