King Richard

    King Richard


    The story of how Richard Williams served as a coach to his daughters Venus and Serena, who will soon become two of the most legendary tennis players in history.

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    • Will SmithRichard Williams
    • Aunjanue Ellis-TaylorOracene "Brandy" Price
    • Saniyya SidneyVenus Williams
    • Demi SingletonSerena Williams
    • Jon BernthalRick Macci
    • Mikayla LaShae BartholomewTunde Price
    • Tony GoldwynPaul Cohen
    • Susie AbromeitRobin Finn
    • Dylan McDermottWill Hodges
    • Judith ChapmanNancy Reagan


    • 85


      King Richard may be a fairly straightforward biopic, but it’s an enjoyable one, giving viewers the chance to enjoy a heartwarming if not uncomplicated story, talk about parenting and the stresses the many characters faced on their way to the history books
    • 83

      Entertainment Weekly

      Green (who made the small, affecting 2018 indie Monsters and Men and this year's little-seen Joe Bell) hasn't reinvented the underdog wheel, but he has made something fresh out of the familiar — a smart reminder that when a story is told well it can hit all the beats we know, and still somehow surprise us.
    • 80


      The beauty of Zach Baylin’s script is that while the arc is familiar, hardly a single detail could be described as clichéd, seeing as how the specifics are virtually unprecedented.
    • 80


      As stirring and heart-warming as you’d like, this is a hugely touching family opus. It’s nothing revolutionary, but it’s straight from the heart and gets you in the gut.
    • 75


      The film embodies its namesake’s oft-repeated — if increasingly suspect — ethos of making sure that fun comes first.
    • 75

      The Playlist

      The filmmakers are beyond lucky to have the performances from Smith and Ellis, as well as Venus’ own incredible story, to keep you captivated when it matters most.
    • 75

      Vanity Fair

      What keeps us invested is the cast’s invigorating performances.
    • 70

      The Hollywood Reporter

      It is far from a perfect film, but it tantalizes, thanks to the strong subject matter and the sharp characterizations and performances.

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