Crime / Drama / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 12%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 1016


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July 29, 2018 at 01:29 AM


Daniel Craig as Obie Hardison
Halle Berry as Millie Dunbar
Kevin Carroll as Manager
Rick Ravanello as Officer Camello
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1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by baoboa 1 / 10

Lets be real...

It wasn't like that and the REAL reasons and motivation behind the REAL life riot became clear REAL fast. This flick is nothing more than an all too convenient jump on the band wagon attempt to cash in on "recent" politically driven social issues (e.g., point the PC blame finger elsewhere and get that $$$!!!). Please.

Reviewed by paulijcalderon 5 / 10

I like the talent involved, but better luck next time

An unfortunate letdown. It pains me to say this because this had the potential to be very good. "Kings" is a story centered around the LA riots which occurred in the early 90's. It's told through the perspective of a family who find themselves in the middle of the intense event. There was set-up for great drama, but the end result is an uneven mess with little to no pay-off. This movie had the most abrupt and out of nowhere endings that I've seen all year. Early on we seem to be promised an emotional and riveting finale. And we never get that finale. It just sort of ends before the third act is taking shape. The first half of the film suffers a lot. I didn't form much of an attachment with the characters. The editing switches too quickly between people with little moments to breath and for you to get to know them. Besides, almost every scene during the first half consists of people yelling and talking over each other constantly. The pace is unfocused. You can only take so much loud shouting before your only wish is for people to calm down and be quiet for just a second. The silent or calmer scenes are precious because there are so few of them. Halle Berry gives a good performance and so does Daniel Craig. They are both like-able as their bonding slowly progresses throughout the story. If they only picked a better project to be apart of though. It was a waste of their talents. Lamar Johnson who plays Berry's son gets a lot screen-time, and he was really good playing a grounded and sympathetic character. There's much heavy lifting for him to do as he wants to make sense out of the situation and find some peaceful solution to many problems. I was on-board with his story-line until he, of course, disappears towards the end. The development of the character pretty much stopped just as it was about to get the most interesting. Tonally it's all pretty realistic with documentary like montage sequences. Well, except for one abstract dream scene involving Berry and Craig that confused half the audience. It was supposed to be "romantic", but it's like nothing else in the entire movie. The scene comes off as more comedic than anything because of how cheesy the presentation is. It was kind of embarrassing as well, which made me feel bad for the actors.

The actual riot scenes weren't bad. It's the journey up to that point that's difficult to tolerate. If only they didn't let every dialogue scene be people yelling, shouting or screaming. The pulse can't be that high all the time. There needs to be some breathing. I like the actors and the director is respected, but they can't save the movie. We get some sprinkled decent moments, but there's just not enough of them. Oh, I'll give it a point for being shot on film. No complaints on cinematography. Don't rush out to see this one once it comes out. Catch it on VOD or something and be sure to not have the volume too high. Trust me, it's gonna get loud. My other summary of the film is: I like you guys, but better luck next time.

Reviewed by mhafiz-76626 1 / 10

Waste of time

Cant believe Danial Craig would take part in a movie like this.

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