Movie Review – The Queen’s Corgi (2019)

The Queen’s Corgi, 2019.

Directed by Ben Stassen and Vincent Kesteloot.

Featuring the voice talents of Jack Whitehall, Sheridan Smith, Ray Winstone, Julie Walters, Tom Courtenay, Matt Lucas, Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.

Synopsis:

After a misunderstanding involving the President of the United States, the Queen’s favourite corgi escapes from the palace and finds it harder to get home than he expects.

There are a lot of odd things about The Queen’s Corgi. This is a film featuring caricatured versions of Donald Trump and the Queen, as well as talking dogs and an underground puppy fighting club. But perhaps the strangest thing about it is that it isn’t British. Despite being steeped in English iconography, it’s made by Belgian studio nWave Pictures, who also make the A Turtle’s Tale franchise. No, me neither.

As the title suggests, the focus of the story is the adorable
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