Movie reviews of Jason King

These are all the movies and series that Jason has reviewed. Read more at: Salty Popcorn.

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Number of movie reviews: 132 / 132


Poster for The Mule

The Mule


A decent movie but it is far from being a great movie. I would see this one if you’re a massive Clint fan or want a slow paced rainy day movie which misses the destination but has an enjoyable journey getting there.

23 january

23 jan

Poster for The Kid Who Would Be King

The Kid Who Would Be King


I was expecting very little and was thoroughly impressed by this modernised family Excalibur fantasy quest film. It had a good message, a wonderful plot and a script a thousand times better than Aquaman.

16 january

16 jan

Poster for Storm Boy

Storm Boy


Is it as good as the original? No. Is it a good film? Yes.

16 january

16 jan

Poster for Pick of the Litter

Pick of the Litter


An ideal family movie for these school holidays. The movie is as cute as it is entertaining and educational, I cannot recommend it enough.

13 january

13 jan

Poster for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


Does offer the best visuals in the series and gives the audience a more than acceptable conclusion to the heartwarming adventures of Toothless, Hiccup and the inhabitants of Berk.

12 january

12 jan

Poster for Aquaman



Relying solely on a hot mangod and some epic CGI makes a quick buck but leaves a quickly faded-from-memory paint by numbers piece of trash.

11 january

11 jan

Poster for Annihilation



A science fiction masterpiece. It keeps you on the edge of your seat and has some truly horrifying scenes, superb visuals and an arresting soundtrack. But best of all this movie will keep you thinking long after the credits roll.

24 december

24 dec

Poster for Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns


The music, sets, choreography and cast are superb but Blunt is no Andrews, as marvelous as she is onscreen. Given what we have, it’s probably the best outcome for a sequel Disney could have asked for.

13 december

13 dec

Poster for Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet


It looks marvellous and I can see Ralph Breaks the Internet making a squillion dollars for the empire, but this doesn’t make it a great film, just a bright and colourful one.

11 december

11 dec

Poster for Roma



There are highs and there are lows but it is real, it is personal, and it is so heartfelt it hasn’t left me since viewing it.

11 december

11 dec

Poster for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


It pushes boundaries, re-writes animation laws and throws so much colour at you that when you don’t pass out and reach for the sunnies you truly realise its greatness.

3 december

3 dec

Poster for Climax



Climax will not be for everyone, for me it is worth it for the opening dance sequence alone. The music of the film is sensational as is the cast and hellish depraved decline of the characters while off their minds on too much acid. Gaspar Noé is an exceptional artist with film as his canvas...

2 december

2 dec

Poster for Creed II

Creed II


Creed II literally adds nothing new to the franchise. It rehashes the same storylines, old characters and old issues. But it does it bloody well.

30 november

30 nov

Poster for Robin Hood

Robin Hood


Littered with pastiche cliche of lazy action movies and the story’s major plot holes need to see someone smacked over the head with the giant continuity cane.

22 november

22 nov

Poster for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


I thought it was eons more entertaining and with more purpose than the first film. For the first time ever I am actually interested to see where this story heads.

14 november

14 nov

Poster for Suspiria



A cinephiles’ movie. It is a few edits from perfect cinema but will repulse, terrify and confuse viewers.

12 november

12 nov

Poster for A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born


Worth it alone for Bradley Cooper singing, his performance and partnership with one of the most vocally talented people to walk the earth is all bonus.

17 october

17 oct

Poster for First Man

First Man


The tense pacing, disasters and determination added with The Gosling as Neil Armstrong are all that is needed for a perfect film for me.

11 october

11 oct

Poster for The Seagull

The Seagull


It was a tie for me between who stole the movie; Annette Bening or Elisabeth Moss.

7 october

7 oct

Poster for American Animals

American Animals


The casting is impressive...

7 october

7 oct

Poster for Ladies in Black

Ladies in Black


While the casting and characters are wonderful people you want to spend time with the story itself is too covered in saccharine sweetness to convey anything meaningful and long lasting.

23 september

23 sep

Poster for Beast



Three performances in BEAST took my breath away. Jessie Bukley as Moll, Johnny Flynn as Pacal and Geraldine James as Moll’s mum, Hilary.

12 september

12 sep

Poster for BlacKkKlansman



It is a powerful movie with a deep heart but told in a way that is easy to swallow and lined with fantastic humour.



Poster for The Meg

The Meg


The Meg is a travesty, seriously rewatch Jaws again.



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