To Kill A King Film


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To Kill A King Film

To Kill A King () Film. ToKillaKing. Benedict can be seen in a small role as a royalist in this drama set during the English Civil War. Blickpunkt: Film Kurzinfo. Period Drama vor dem Hintergrund des Englischen Bürgerkriegs Mitte des Jahrhunderts über die Freundschaft zwischen den. To Kill a King ist ein britisches Filmdrama des Regisseurs Mike Barker aus dem Jahr Es hat den aufkeimenden und später eskalierenden Konflikt der Freunde und gemeinsamen Kampfgefährten im Englischen Bürgerkrieg, Oliver Cromwell und Lord.

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To Kill a King ist ein britisches Filmdrama des Regisseurs Mike Barker aus dem Jahr Es hat den aufkeimenden und später eskalierenden Konflikt der Freunde und gemeinsamen Kampfgefährten im Englischen Bürgerkrieg, Oliver Cromwell und Lord. To Kill a King ist ein britisches Filmdrama des Regisseurs Mike Barker aus dem Jahr Es hat den aufkeimenden und später eskalierenden Konflikt der. Blickpunkt: Film Kurzinfo. Period Drama vor dem Hintergrund des Englischen Bürgerkriegs Mitte des Jahrhunderts über die Freundschaft zwischen den. ligamajstrov.eu - Kaufen Sie To Kill A King günstig ein. Qualifizierte An die alte Verfilmung Titel Cromwell der Unerbittliche kommt dieser Film nicht im geringsten. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu To Kill a King. Die Liebe zu seiner Frau, die Freundschaft zu seinem alten Kampfgefährten und die. Kill the King ist ein Roadtrip-Abenteuer mit Emily Browning und Luke Grimes. To Kill a King: Historienfilm von Kevin Loader mit Tim Roth/Rupert Everett/​Steven Webb. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.

To Kill A King Film

To Kill a King: Historienfilm von Kevin Loader mit Tim Roth/Rupert Everett/​Steven Webb. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu To Kill a King. Die Liebe zu seiner Frau, die Freundschaft zu seinem alten Kampfgefährten und die. To Kill a King ist ein britisches Filmdrama des Regisseurs Mike Barker aus dem Jahr Es hat den aufkeimenden und später eskalierenden Konflikt der Freunde und gemeinsamen Kampfgefährten im Englischen Bürgerkrieg, Oliver Cromwell und Lord.

Best Films Of Historical Royalty. Baroque Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Tim Roth Oliver Cromwell Dougray Scott Sir Thomas Fairfax Olivia Williams Lady Anne Fairfax James Bolam Denzil Holles Corin Redgrave Lord de Vere Finbar Lynch Cousin Henry Julian Rhind-Tutt James Adrian Scarborough Sergeant Joyce Jeremy Swift Earl of Whitby Rupert Everett King Charles I Steven Webb Boy at Naseby Jake Nightingale Colonel Pride Leonard Woodcock Young Royalist prisoner Thomas Arnold Messenger at Naseby Sam Spruell Taglines: It takes a traitor and a hero Edit Did You Know?

Goofs In the opening sequence, Fairfax shoots the sword out of the hand of Cromwell's assassin with a flintlock pistol at about 30 yards range.

Such pistols had no rifling at that period and were incapable of nowhere near such accuracy, even in the hands of an expert.

To shoot at that range Fairfax would have been more likely to have hit the assassin. Also the bullet struck sparks from the sword hilt when it hit.

This is impossible as the bullet would have been a soft lead ball and incapable of creating a spark.

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How did you buy your ticket? Movie Info. Thomas Fairfax Dougray Scott. Although Charles attempts to win Fairfax's wife, Lady Anne Olivia Williams , over to his side, and the ruler still has many loyalists, Cromwell is determined to see the king go to trial.

Mike Barker. Kevin Loader. Feb 26, Tim Roth Oliver Cromwell. Dougray Scott Sir Thomas Fairfax. Rupert Everett King Charles I.

Olivia Williams Lady Anne Fairfax. James Bolam Denzil Holles. Corin Redgrave Lord de Vere. Finbar Lynch Cousin Henry. Julian Rhind-Tutt James.

Adrian Scarborough Sergeant Joyce. Jeremy Swift Earl of Whitby. Mike Barker Director. Kevin Loader Producer. Scott Karol Executive Producer.

Christopher Petzel Executive Producer. Rudolf G. Wiesmeier Executive Producer. Tom Parkhouse Executive Producer. Paul Webster Executive Producer. Peter Watson Executive Producer.

Jenny Mayhew Writer. January 2, Full Review…. June 18, Full Review…. December 7, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews 5. Aug 28, I enjoy English history.

I am always looking for a well acted, good story, that has been put together well. I felt that this movie was almost that. Was this review helpful?

Sign in to vote. General Oliver Cromwell wishes to implement the republic in England, but his monarchist friend Fairfax does not agree, and they break their friendship.

Cromwell becomes a dictator, with the title of Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, until , when he is very sick and dies.

When I was a student, I had classes about this period of England history, but unfortunately not enough to make any judgement of the historical accuracy of this movie.

As far as I remember, the period of the dictatorship of Cromwell was very violent, and it was omitted in the story. As a film, it is a beautiful story of the friendship and relationship of two leaders with different political objectives.

The cast and direction are excellent, and the reconstitution of the period is wonderful. I have appreciated and recommend this movie without analyzing the accuracy of the events.

If the viewer knows this period of history well, he will have the opportunity to verify its accuracy, otherwise he will a chance to enjoy a good movie.

My vote is seven. Puritan Turkey shrbw 20 June Although it presents endless possibilities for costume, action, and worthy 'English' performances, the English Civil War is not a fertile inspiration for films.

It has, of course, featured as wallpaper in the 'bodice ripping' genre -'The Scarlet Blade' and 'The Moonraker'come to mind.

It also provided the context for the excellent 'Witchfinder General', and the little known and undervalued 'Winstanley'. But there is only one film that comes anywhere near depicting the great and complex panoramic sweep of this period - 'Cromwell'.

I have to tell you that there still is In short, it's a turkey. Oh, it could have amounted to something, for the ingredients are there if you look hard enough.

But it would have helped if the scriptwriters and the director took time out to Now, at this very moment, no doubt, dozens of people will immediately jump out of the woodwork and say 'but it's meant to be entertainment, not a historical documentary!

I've no argument with that. If it had kept some sense of proportion, as in 'Michael Collins' or 'Cromwell' for that matter I would rest easy.

But this film throws out the baby with the bathwater. The whole of the civil war is reduced to a backdrop for an angst-ridden relationship.

There is absolutely no-one else apart from a pantomine villain on the whole parliamentarian side, save Cromwell and Fairfax.

It's like a seventeenth century version of Cameron's 'Titanic' without the special effects. The mutinous army?

The Leveller 'agitators'? The Independent leaders? Not a sign of them! No, Cromwell and Fairfax call all the shots, have the king arrrested etc.

Ah, you say, but that clears the ground for some fine characterisation and acting. You see, the characters of Cromwell and Charles I are absolutely fascinating, and we know so much about them from contemporary sources.

In fact, much more interesting than what we get on the screen. The man who desperately wanted a constitutional settlement with the king; who was tolerant of divergent views; and ended up using the army to curb the tyrannical tendencies of the Presbyterian faction of Parliament an amazing irony, if ever there was one , is depicted as a kind of seventeenth century Trotskyite, the kind of person trying to sell you 'Socialist Worker', complete with the glazed eyes.

The man who was devoted to his family, liked music, and loved practical jokes, is played as a humourlous monomaniac.

In short, Tim Roth's Cromwell verges on charicature. Dougray Scott, as Fairfax, is the best thing in it - at least he seems half way believable though not as a Yorkshireman.

Charles I is something else. The real one was refined, courteous, and chaste. Presumably, Rupert Everett must have realised this, as it is evident that he put some time in watching the superb performance by Alec Guiness.

You can almost hear him thinking And then there is Denzil Holles. James Bolan does not appear that enthusiatic - in fact, he almost telephones his lines in.

On a positive note, the film has some moments that are unintentially hilarious. Charles accompanies Mrs. Fairfax on the virginals?

Cromwell bursts in and starts heaving the furniture around just as they get to the 'hey nonny noes'. We later cut to the Tower of London for some curiously linked vignettes.

After a torture session, one of Cromwell's guards hacks off a head for his master's delectation. Charles's Death Warrant is being signed before the trial by this evil lot.

All this is done to the accompaniment of a choir of black gowned puritans chanting Yes, folks, nearly all the parliamentarians are sponsored by the breakfast food.

Not only is this costume inaccurate, but it's slipshod and boring. After a reconciliation invoving some male bonding, Cromwell suggests Fairfax join him in invading Scotland in the same tone that a mate might propose calling for a curry after the pub shuts.

What else? Did you know that Cromwell pistolled street vendors of Charles I memorabilia? That he wasn't really a General until the war was over?

I'm not really sure who, exactly,this film is aimed at. It won't have the resonance of hokum like 'Braveheart' or 'The Patriot', for the text exposition at the start curves across the screen like battlesmoke.

It doesn't have much in the way of action or sex. There aren't any fine dramatic performances. So what on earth were they trying to do? MartinHafer 24 June We Americans are pretty bad at knowing our own history let alone that of other countries.

As a retired World History teacher, I know that very, very few of us know about the English Civil War of the 17th century.

Who fought on each side and what they were fighting over is not something most Americans would know. I know--but considering my job, that's no surprise!

So, unless you are really up on English history as well as the lives of Oliver Cromwell and Charles I, you might just want to read up on it before you watch "To Kill a King".

Also, you might want to read a few different sources, as most British authors I've read seem to think killing the king was a bad thing--whereas non-Brits probably are more willing to concede that this was pretty cool particularly American or Marxist historians--who, for once, would agree with each other.

So, I'll give you a bit of background. This story is about the latter portion of the Civil War. Many years have passed and the armies of the Parliament and the King's have fought many battles against each other.

Each time the King's forces have been vanquished, he makes promises to make reforms. And, once the armies went home, the King simply ignored these reforms--and the war began anew.

The main problem, as I see it, is that the King believed he was an absolute monarch and the Parliament was standing firm on their traditional rights--such as the right to tax which the King repeatedly ignored.

Now, with few remaining friends of his own, the King takes a 'divide and conquer' strategy. In other words, divide the members of Parliament by promising various rewards and bribes.

He also escaped custody and threatened to raise yet another army to begin the war again. Now, in light of all this, the leaders of the insurrection now see a need to end it The army's leader, Fairfax, is reticent--and the man who is one of the powerhouses in Parliament, Cromwell, sees the execution as inevitable.

While the film is about this divide and conquer scheme and the eventual trial of the King, it is difficult to understand all that led up to this--a weakness in the film that might have been dealt with by using a prologue or stretching out the film a bit longer.

For history teachers and folks in the know, "To Kill a King" is good stuff--well acted and produced even if the army of the Parliament only seems to have been made up of about 50 guys in this film!

Otherwise, it does seem to be lacking context which would make it easier to follow--as well as very low energy despite the theme.

This interesting picture results to be a recounting of the relationship between General Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell, as they try to cope with the consequences of deposing King Charles I.

Then were created two factions : the Roundheads Cromwell's congressmen and Cavaliers or Royalists King's nobility , both sides had generals of considerable skill and undaunted courage as Thomas Farfaix.

Cromwell defeated royal army in battles of Moor , Preston and Naseby Later on , in , he was named Lord protector of "Commomwealth" Republic.

He imposed a dictatorship ruled by puritans and vanquished the Irish and Scottish army. He also fights against Holland and Spain.

Cromwell developed a law of navigation for the British navy. He early died by fevers's illness. Richard Cromwell succeeded his father as President but he was rapidly dismissed.

A general of the Republic army and professional soldier named Thomas Farfaix commands the troops as Parliamentary commander-in-chief.

His misunderstanding with Cromwell originates his desertion. Duration Republic was since to Charles II went back to British kingdom and the regicides those who had condemned Charles I to death were arrested and hanged , drawn and quartered at Charing Cross.

The Cromwell's body was disinterred , and his remains were hung from a scaffold. The movie is very atmospheric with a first rate set design and splendid scenarios.

Good direction by Mike Barber , colorful cinematography and evocative musical score. The motion picture will appeal to history's buffs.

Better than average. I read a review of the movie to the effect that it wasn't historically accurate and it had a comment the writer must have known it was coming What that viewer failed to see was that this film was spot on where it truly mattered - that both sides Charles I and Cromwell were equally and totally convinced of their 'mandate from God'.

The result for Charles was that his inability to concede any power cost him his life, the cost for Cromwell was that his 'Republic' lasted only two years after his death although some of his decisions are still felt now especially in Ulster.

So, if what you need is for Cromwell to have a broad West Country accent, don't go What's Good: The set and costume design.

What's Bad: Quite frankly, almost everything else. This is a catalogue of historical errors. In fact, almost everything is incorrect. Some people will no doubt bleat that it's a film and it doesn't matter.

This is our history, ladies and gentlemen. If you want to tell a story, then make it all up, but don't mess with historical fact. Tim Roth's portrayal of Cromwell is laughably inaccurate.

Cromwell was nothing like this. And he was also a general, and a very good one at that, something the filmmakers seem to have conveniently forgotten.

The performances are mediocre at best. Even the usually reliable Roth turns in a thoroughly average performance. Rupert Everett as Charles I is the best, but even he hardly shines.

The script is slow, dull and poorly written.

To Kill A King Film

In fact, there is no evidence that Oliver ever really regretted his decisions or abandoned his purpose - like most tyrants, he was fully convinced of his own purity.

I don't regret seeing the film, but I'm glad I bought it used. About the character who drove my ancestors from England. Thank you, Mr. Cromwell, for enabling our country to receive such valuable talent, to the detriment of merry old England.

Thank you, Amazon, for rapid service for a quality product, this DVD. A friend, whose taste I respect, recommended "To Kill a King".

As I generally favor such historical film fare, I was quick to order a copy. Some internet research suggested that reaction to the film by viewers and critics was split, with a lot of comments about the fictionalized moments in the script.

I wish I knew a bit more about the precise facts of the Reformation Period in England in order to correctly determine the truth of such events as the saving of Cromwell's life by his friend, Fairfax which is so much in dispute here.

All the same, I was pleased to find this picture to be a mature, thoughtful and absorbing piece. The stark, atmospheric lighting and cinematography, literate dialogue, convincing performances by the cast, etc A viewing of the very interesting, if imperfect, earlier movie, "Cromwell", starring Richard Harris in the lead role, makes it very clear that this newer dramatization approaches the character of Oliver Cromwell with a radically altered bias.

From what I have read and heard in the past, this leader of The Roundheads was controversial from the moment he emerged on history's stage, and remains the subject of many arguments about his heroism, or lack thereof, and his contribution to the way England was governed.

Most seem to concur that he was a stern and rigid fellow, who believed unwaveringly in his own moral perspective, and could be ruthless and brutal with those he opposed.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. First off, the DVD is fine. Picture and sound quality are good, subtitles are available for those who need them, and the extras include a featurette and interviews with cast and crew.

Now to the film. If you want accurate historical facts, you will be well advised to stay away from this.

What we get is a nice costume drama, loosely based on historical events. The film tells the story of the relationship between General Fairfax and his deputy and friend Oliver Cromwell from the perspective of Fairfax, in retrospect, as he remembers his friend and their times together when passing his skeleton displayed on a public gallows.

The director chooses to show Fairfax as the "good" force, and makes this rather too obvious, even for the casual viewer, by the magnificent white horse he rides.

Cromwell, on the other hand, is shown as the dark force, a near psychopath, clad mostly in symbolic black and mounted on a black steed.

The king in the title is only a minor character, which is a real pity because Rupert Everett's performance as Charles I is rather wonderful and the only memorable feature of the film.

The famous trial of the king is included in the film apparently only on Everett's insistence that it be, or otherwise he would not play the part , but the scene is unforgivably short - blink and you miss it.

What a missed opportunity! The one thing I wanted to see more of was the king. What I'm trying to say is that though the DVD is good, the film is very much a matter of taste and what expectations you have when you watch it.

Having read quite a few negative reviews, my expectations weren't high and I found myself pleasantly surprised by a very watchable period piece.

If you like period drama with nice costumes and sets and you're not too bothered with historical accuracy, you will probably enjoy this.

Dougray Scott is quite adequate as Fairfax, making him a character the viewer can relate to. Tim Roth's Cromwell, cast as the villain of the piece, is more difficult to like.

How much you enjoy his performance will probably depend on how much you like Roth as an actor. Rupert Everett as the king is a treat.

Some good cast here, and authentic period costumes. Yet for some reason, found this to be one of these films I just could not get into at all.

Perhaps because it was I have seen "Cromwell" a few times and constantly compared the two good movies. For me, as a result, Cromwell remains the defining story of this Civil War with Alec Guinness giving an outstanding depiction of the Stuart King, with his stammer and who seemingly spoke with a very soft Edinburgh burr.

For anyone actually interested in the period, read the Tyrannicide Brief or watch Winstanley. Another re-writing of history.

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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Thomas Fairfax Dougray Scott. Although Charles attempts to win Fairfax's wife, Lady Anne Olivia Williams , over to his side, and the ruler still has many loyalists, Cromwell is determined to see the king go to trial.

Mike Barker. Kevin Loader. Feb 26, Tim Roth Oliver Cromwell. Dougray Scott Sir Thomas Fairfax. Rupert Everett King Charles I.

Olivia Williams Lady Anne Fairfax. James Bolam Denzil Holles. Corin Redgrave Lord de Vere. Finbar Lynch Cousin Henry. Julian Rhind-Tutt James.

Adrian Scarborough Sergeant Joyce. Jeremy Swift Earl of Whitby. Mike Barker Director. Kevin Loader Producer. Scott Karol Executive Producer.

Christopher Petzel Executive Producer. Rudolf G. Wiesmeier Executive Producer. Tom Parkhouse Executive Producer. Paul Webster Executive Producer.

Peter Watson Executive Producer. Jenny Mayhew Writer. January 2, Full Review…. June 18, Full Review…. December 7, Rating: 2.

View All Critic Reviews 5. Aug 28, I enjoy English history. I am always looking for a well acted, good story, that has been put together well.

I felt that this movie was almost that. It seemed to lack that certain something, though, that made it really good. Not enough drama.

Not enough action definitely not. All in all, however, I found it interesting Cynthia S Super Reviewer. Jan 27, Costume was the best part of the film.

Nov 19, All that is left to do is to have the king sign a treaty, allowing reforms to kick in. But he is not beaten yet, bribing Holles James Bolam , the leader of Parliament, to win a vote, thereby angering Cromwell and Fairfax no end What may have worked would have been a focus on one particular moment, say the debate concerning the execution of the king and everything that would imply.

As revolutions go, this one went too far so many unnecessary deaths and not far enough no real reforms. Anyway, the reforms that Parliament was calling for would come in effect peacefully in Walter M Super Reviewer.

Jul 01, Well acted, interesting story.. Could have been better but still I liked it a lot. Dina B Super Reviewer.

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