The Queen's Corgi

The Queen's Corgi

The Queen's Corgi

The Queen's top dog falls from grace and must redeem himself in order to be readmitted to the palace in this animated adventure featuring the voices of Julie Walters and Jack Whitehall.

After the Queen's most favoured - and aptly smug - canine pet causes a diplomatic incident at a dinner with the U.S. President, he finds himself out on the streets of London, where, in order to get back to the palace, he must embrace new adventures and make new friends.

2019Rating: PG, Mild themes and animated violence92 minsBelgium
AdventureAnimatedKids & Family
Director:
Vincent Kesteloot ('The Wild Life', 'A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise')Ben Stassen ('The Son of Bigfoot', 'Fly Me to the Moon 3D')
Writer:
Rob SpracklingJohnny Smith
Cast:
Jack WhitehallJulie WaltersTom CourtenayMatt LucasSheridan SmithNina WadiaJamal FahimKulvinder GhirColin McFarlaneSarah HadlandRay Winstone
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Reviews & comments

Stuff

Stuff

press

There's an intriguing if unsurprising cast of characters, the likes of Dame Julie Walters, Jack Whitehall, Ray Winstone and Sheridan Smith on vocal duties and life-lessons about "entitlement". However, it already feels dated and is unlikely to age well, especially given that the Queen no longer owns any of the eponymous breed.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Make no bones about it; this Queen's Corgi is a dog's dinner.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Kesteloot and Stassen are too busy scrabbling for content - basically fine, largely indifferent, sometimes misjudged - to fill the gaps between the frenetic set pieces.

2.0
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Independent

Independent

press

Something deeply unpleasant, and in no way suitable for children.

1.0
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Stuff

Stuff

press

There's an intriguing if unsurprising cast of characters, the likes of Dame Julie Walters, Jack Whitehall, Ray Winstone and Sheridan Smith on vocal duties and life-lessons about "entitlement". However, it already feels dated and is unlikely to age well, especially given that the Queen no longer owns any of the eponymous breed.

0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Make no bones about it; this Queen's Corgi is a dog's dinner.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Kesteloot and Stassen are too busy scrabbling for content - basically fine, largely indifferent, sometimes misjudged - to fill the gaps between the frenetic set pieces.

2.0
0
Independent

Independent

press

Something deeply unpleasant, and in no way suitable for children.

1.0
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