King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

2017

Action / Adventure / Drama / Fantasy

558
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 28%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 163124

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Charlie Hunnam as Arthur
Jude Law as Vortigern
Guy Ritchie as Inn Owner
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by KayOne111 10 / 10

Brilliant!

Hadn't seen a trailer or heard much about this, aside from the face David Beckham was in it (he had like two lines and they were fine so not sure whey everyone was so fussed about that). The movie was really really good. It was intense, exciting, bonus points for a super attractive lead!

Everyones acting was really good, especially Jude Law (who was maybe too convincing) and Charlie Hunnam(?). The little boy called Blue stole every scene he was in.

Guy Ritchie did a cracking job, the music and camera angles plus general style of the film made it interesting and quick paced with some witty banter.

Did have a couple of general questions, why did building a taller tower mean he had more power? Where was Merlin? Who was Maggie? Was this Mage girl actually Merlin? How did he not remember what happened he was like 8? The three women in the basement, who were they?

But all in all I loved it, and would probably watch it again :)

Reviewed by kmvandenburg-651-254887 7 / 10

A legendary story with a new plot

The heart of King Arthur and Excalibur is still there. The underdog finding his way through a journey of self discovery to become the legendary king that wheels the sword. Guy Richie's version gives this story a edgy version with great street fights and battles and a villian to hate in Jude Law's protrayal of an evil King driven by desire of power. Charlie Hunnam's as the street hustler Arthur is a pleasant and refreshing take on the