Like Rahul said, u MUST be joking. The movie was an absolute let down as entertainment. Maybe passable as a historical documentary, seeing how it seeks to tell the 'true' story of Arthur, that the 15th century legend is actually based on a warrior who lived '1000 years earlier'.
Clive Owen has zero screen presence, playing one of the most legendary characters in history. Even Ray Winstone, playing Bors the fat funny guy, and Ioan Gruffudd as Lancelot did better jobs.
How could you miss Stellen Skarsgard, who did a brilliant job as leader of the Saxons, in the credits??!
Lines like 'I put my life ON THE LINE for you' in the 5th century??? What a rubbish script. They might as well have had Coke billboards, and worn designer Nikes.
The one valid point in the review was about the fight on the frozen lake, but that's about it.
There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there are the movies. And, King Arthur is one movie that, for a fleeting moment, transports you to the world of Knights and Warriors.
The movie promises to tell you 'The Untold True Story That Inspired The Legend'. And, what a legend it is! From chivalry to the Excalibur sword to the roundtable conferences, legend is replete with stories of the man and his righteousness. Whether the film delivers on its promise is questioning though it does a fantastic job trying.