Writer-director David S. Ward delivers another bland, belabored piece of comic fluff with KING RALPH, rescued from complete mediocrity by John Goodman's good-natured performance.
Ralph (John Goodman) plays a third-rate Las Vegas lounge singer who finds himself crowned king of England after the entire royal family is electrocuted during a photo session and he happens to be the only obscure remnant of the royal house of Wyndham. Tutored in the ways of royalty by Willingham
(Peter O'Toole), King Ralph has problems adapting. Finding himself a prisoner in Buckingham Palace, Ralph sneaks out to meet the lower-class salesgirl, Miranda (Camille Coduri), whom he's taken...