Hier reiht sich nun Guy Ritchies "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" ein. Erwartungsgemäß behandelt Ritchie den Artus-Stoff mit exakt der. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword" von Guy Ritchie: Regisseur und Drehbuchautor Guy Ritchie hat zuletzt nicht bloß die. Artus und das Rhythmusbiest: Verfilmungen des Artus-Mythos sollte es eigentlich genug geben. Guy Ritchie hat ihn trotzdem noch einmal fürs.
Kritik zu King Arthur: Legend of the SwordHistorienepos meets Gaunerkomödie –»King Arthur: Legend of the Sword«entspricht genau den Erwartungen, die man hat wenn Guy Ritchie. Artus und das Rhythmusbiest: Verfilmungen des Artus-Mythos sollte es eigentlich genug geben. Guy Ritchie hat ihn trotzdem noch einmal fürs. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword" von Guy Ritchie: Regisseur und Drehbuchautor Guy Ritchie hat zuletzt nicht bloß die.
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July 2, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 07, Let's be clear: this contains very few aspects of the actual Arthur legend.
They probably should have just gone for a wacky original medieval fantasy film instead. That being said, I didn't expect Ritchie's style to work this well here.
And he hasn't been this crazy since Snatch. Some montages are so breathless, fast and innovative as far as editing and soundtrack go, it's a pleasure.
Sure, the plot follows the genre conventions more or less, and the finale is a bit heavy on CGI.
On the other hand the assassination attempt sequence is fantastic and the portrayal of magic pretty cool.
Hell, I had fun with this. Jens S Super Reviewer. Nov 03, From Guy Ritchie comes a bold new vision of Arthurian lore, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
After growing up as an orphan on the streets Arthur discovers that he's the son of the slain king and must reclaim the throne from his treacherous uncle who uses dark magic to rule.
Starring Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Djimon Hounsou, and Eric Bana, the cast is pretty strong. And Ritchie's unique directing and visual style brigs a lot of energy and excitement to the film.
The action scenes in particular are especially well-done, and are enhanced by the incredibly intense and evocative score.
A gritty dark fantasy, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword presents this classic myth in a new light. Dann M Super Reviewer. Aug 12, It's a colossal disaster.
I've seen so many iterations of King Arthur, but this is the worst cinematic expression that I've had to endure. Give me back my 2 hours.
Remind me the next time Guy Ritchie directs. Best of Netflix. Best of Amazon. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Mixed or average reviews based on 45 Critic Reviews.
Watch Now. Buy On. Critic Reviews. Critic score Publication By date. Allen Salkin May 10, The stylish and engrossing reinterpretation of the mythological king's early years lacks character development, but makes up for it with swashbuckling, sword-fighting, beast-slaying fun.
Read full review. James Berardinelli May 11, Richard Roeper May 10, In its finest moments, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is swift and clever and exhilarating.
At its low points, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword plays like a cheesy B-movie, with ridiculous monsters and unintentionally laugh-inducing moments.
KaptenVideo May 15, Guy Ritchie… oh man. He used to be my hero. Number of indie filmmakers have tried to capture his approach ever since — Guy Ritchie… oh man.
Number of indie filmmakers have tried to capture his approach ever since — colorful, funny and full of energy, partially thanks to inventive use of modern dance music and snappy editing — but no one has come quite close.
Neither has Ritchie himself, actually. He lost his spark when his right hand man left to become a famous Hollywood director of his own.
The pathetic excuse for a story used here is mostly for stitching the action scenes together and for the last maybe 45 minutes, they just give up, going for the overdose of generic fantasy cliches instead.
The result feels surprisingly similar to many recent superhero movies: looks good, is entertaining in short dosages, and gets progressively more tiresome during the last hour — except for the fanboys, maybe.
Here's hope that critics are proven right and this will tank at the box office, so we can get something new instead. IMDb hints that Ritchie is thinking about live-action "Aladdin" and "Holmes 3" next.
Sadly, there is just not enough movie here for minutes. But this is not enough for serious contender. I love fantasy movie and I'm also fan of the story King Arthur.
However there hasn't really been a good movie adaptation of this story and sadly this movie didn't change that opinion. The story is pretty generic and they fail to catch what is fantastical about the original tale.
I've seen King Arthur movies before but have never seen it told in this manner, it is to King Arthur what Batman Begins was to Batman. Should you see it?
If you did not enjoy Guy Ritchie's other works, especially the Sherlock Holmes films then you may have issues with his style, but if you were entertained by any of his other films then there should be no reason for you to not be entertained here also.
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However, a female mage uses her magic to stop the execution. Then, she and her men spirit Arthur and Excalibur away to their lair. The attack includes giant mechanical-looking elephant creatures.
But Hunnam lacks that bad boy charm that'd make his anti-hero's actions fun or roguishly cool. It's easy to imagine Statham in the role, swaggering and smirking, winning us over in spite of Arthur's bad behavior.
But with Hunnam, this smug shtick gets old fast, then festers. Which makes the one person who can't stand him becomes the film's standout. And she doesn't even get a name.
Yet we're thankfully spared a painful romance subplot where Arthur defeats her distaste for his cringe-inducing flirtations. Instead, the pair become grudging allies, with her brooding and casting spells and mind-controlling beasts, and him whirling his sword about some more.
Unfortunately, the action scenes look like something out of a video game trailer, not a big-budget feature film. A clearly CGI Hunnam spins around in a winding "long take," beating back anonymous minions single-handedly.
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