King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

6.8 IMDb
27 April 2017 Release
$ 175 000 000 Budget
Genres:Action, Adventure, Drama
11 Votes

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Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.

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Movie Comments

  1. Marijan Nikic, 2 months ago
    The fact that I do not like Ritchie's style is probably making me a bit subjective. However, trying to be as objective as I can, I found this movie extremely tiring to watch.

    In my opinion, Ritchie should better stick to gangster and spy movies, and leave historical and/or fantasy themes to someone else.
  2. Melissa C. Water, 2 months ago
    This is honestly my new favorite movie, which is impressive because the rival films on my list are incredible. I don't want to add spoilers, so I will only say the only initial reservations I had were at the intro scene. I considered the factor of the "larger than life" magical element to it to be a bit ridiculous, but after getting into the story and understanding more about it, I can honestly say that I have no complaints. It's amazing from story, to cinematography, to editing style, and among many other things, to humor. I actually was so impressed and engrossed that for the first time in my life I watched a movie 3 times within 24 hours. I rarely go out and buy a DVD/Blu-ray rather than having an electronic file, but I just had to have a physical copy. Some of what I loved was ironically what was criticized, such as the no romance aspect. It was pure grit in story-line and really let me get to know Arthur, rather than getting to know a leading lady and how he would fetch the moon in the sky for her. The characters were more than likable and relatable. I never realized how overdone the whole born to be a hero and save the world bullshit was until I watched this and came to find the lack of this element to be refreshing. It's so much easier to fathom someone who like the most of us, didn't have such a great start and had to really fight to get to who he would become. I more than hope to see the future installments of this film that it was meant to have and am crossing my fingers to one day see an extended cut with all the scenes intact, as a 3 plus hour version of this film actually appeals to me.
  3. heliocentricnonsense, 1 month ago
    If there was one redeeming aspect to this film I would gladly list it, but.. nope. I didn't make it through the film, it was torture watching most of it, hoping some miracle would happen and the positive reviews I read would come true. That didn't happen and it's baffling how anyone would give this film more than 2 stars which would be overly generous. Have you ever watched an MTV video spliced with a commercial and a video game? Sort of like that. Flat, cardboard characters (I couldn't have cared less who lived or died other than Jude Law who was the only character that seemed to have an inkling of substance), the CGI was meh, the story was schizophrenic and confusing, there was no legitimate plot development and the script was horrible. I have no idea what this movie was trying to do or for what purpose it was made, but certainly not to entertain anyone on any level. Except maybe teenagers who think crap like this is worth watching. But I think even most teenagers are more discerning. Save your time and money and watch something else.
  4. crberme, 1 month ago
    "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" starts from when Arthur is a child, showing how he evolves to be the legend we all know - Excalibur included. It basically has everything you would expect from a 2017 movie of this kind: terrible fate, underdog protagonist that's also kind of rebel and lots of CGI. It tries to be this 'cool take' on the series, trying to bring new elements to an old tale, and I don't think it success.

    This movie also has weird editing. For most of the time is OK, but then we have moments when scenes overlap with fast scenes that try to explain how a event happens in another moment in time, which sounds cool but it looks like it tries to be too cool and ends up looking out of place. There's also some CGI moments that look cheap and I would forgive unless this movie didn't want to be impressive so hard.

    Something minor that also bothers me is the fact that Charlie Hunnam and David Beckam have charming and fabulous undercuts while the rest of the characters have more reasonable haircuts for the time the movie occurs. Again, I think the movie is just trying to look cool and it isn't working.

    To end up in a good note, here's what this movie does right: it entertains, it has some action that fans of good fight scenes and the first half has some well done parts.

    My recommendation is to just skip this one. It isn't awful, but unless you have nothing better to do for two hours, you're not missing anything.