Great film all round
Why are people dissing this film so much? Actors were good, story was
good and fighting was good. This film was trying to make a story out of
the pieces they knew about Arthur and the Knights, so what if people
think it happened differently, everyone has an opinion of what
Clive Owen played a great leader and Keira Knightely played a great
fighter in a leather bikini. Ioan Gruffudd, Ray Winston and Hugh Dancy
were excellent as their roles as withered knights.
The story was good because even though they didn't know much about
Arthur's life, they still managed to pull together a great story..
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Loved storyline unlike other stories!.
this movie is very nice. a bit predictable but very nice indeed..
Historically poor but entertaining none the less.
Good thriller .
i already wrote a review.
Art, Guinevere, and the boys as you've never seen them before!
I gave this 8 stars out of a possible 10 - it was an entertaining film,
but a person should not approach this particular King Arthur movie
expecting anything even remotely resembling the legend we've all come
I had heard it was a new take on it - but I had no idea how far afield
they were going with it.
Merlin barely even puts in an appearance, as the action is obviously
taking place prior to the days of Camelot.
I never saw so many people with messy, uncombed, dirty hair in my life
until this film. Since there were a few of them who seemed to have
clean, combed hair - surely the idea of soap and water, along with some
type of brush or comb, had been invented. It's too bad the cleaned up
ones didn't clue in the others about it.
While the people were, for the most part, hygienically challenged, the
horses in the film were splendidly beautiful.
Arthur's men are called knights, but it's a stretch. These guys know
nothing about the age of chivalry, and although Guinevere is a warrior
woman who can fight with the best of them, there are misogynist remarks
made in the film a few times by some of the boys of the round table.
One of the more amusing misogynists in the film is Bors - a knight of
Arthur's that was never mentioned in any of the legends. He announces
to the boys that he has problems with an overly large sexual organ, and
some wench who has borne him some eleven children. Outside of that, we
don't get much of a glimpse into the personal lives of these "knights",
Arthur spouts off from time to time about freedom and equality--worthy
ideals--but his droning monologues aren't at all inspiring except to
those scripted to be his followers. Character depth is not what this
film is about.
This movie is about fighting. There are lots of battle scenes, nothing
particularly gory and bloody, however. Plenty of broad swords and
flying arrows, even the old catapult gets brought in for a workout..