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King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword: KritikenKing Arthur: Legend of the Sword ist ein Abenteuerfilm von Guy Ritchie aus dem Jahr Der Film kam am Mai in die deutschen Kinos und einen. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. |12 |2 Std. 6 Min.|Fantasy-Filme. Nachdem er ein Zauberschwert aus einem Stein gezogen hat, muss ein. faceyoutub.com - Kaufen Sie King Arthur: Legend of the Sword günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.
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Entertainment at its finest. Don't let the critics on Rotten Tomatoes fool you. Sadly the critics only want to give a movie a great rating when there's an oppressed group wronged, and this movie is not that.
Here's to hoping there's a King Arthur II - Knights of the Round Table. MichaelNontonMulu 11 May Wow, this is one heck of a movie. I was overwhelmed with some of the scenes, especially the fighting scenes in the beginning, the middle and also in the end.
There was a wonderful opening credit scene which I felt was very awesome. It lasted probably only 5 minutes but it really impressed me.
And, the movie also had some brief parts which were fun to see, like the scene when Arthur was telling the story about the Vikings.
Out of the whole fighting scenes, the one that I enjoyed most was in the middle which I felt was rather breathtaking and having an ultimate amazing ending.
Apart from the cool action sequences, the movie also had some dramatic moments and surprises. I really think that the way Guy Ritchie directed this movie made it very enjoyable.
I did feel some similarities with other movies that he directed like the Sherlock Holmes movie and its sequel Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows in , especially in the part of using pieces of flash backs to explain something.
I think the special effects to the movie was very good, which should not be a surprise considering it has a USD million budget. My only worry is with such hefty budget, it may not be having a large profit since the movie itself might not appeal to some hardline fans of the folklore of King Arthur, Excalibur, mages and so on, due to the rather unusual way of story telling.
For my personal view though, this movie was just nice since its attraction is certainly on the way the story being told, and again, its fighting sequence.
The sound effects of the movie were very good. Some background music truly gave extra sense of suspense or sadness and so on. The duration of 2 hours was just perfect to me, and I honestly felt there was no dull moment.
Before I forgot, there was a cameo appearance of the popular soccer player David Beckham. Let's see if you noticed him.
So for those who want to enjoy a nice action adventure film in the medieval period with some sword and sorcery plus the background of King Arthur with the knights of the round table, then you would definitely enjoy this one especially if you are a fan of Guy Ritchie's works.
For my complete review, pls have a look at michaelnontonmulu. The Elephant in the Room King Arthur? The elephant in the room is Before I expound further, let me say this: if you like the movie's trailers, like a fair bit of action but don't particularly care about how every bit of it fits into a story, don't particularly care about the traditional legend s of King Arthur, like a bunch of fantasy mixed in, and plenty of now run-of-the-mill CGI, you might like this movie.
Reading further may unnecessarily dissuade you from watching it. Of course, if you've seen the trailers, you know that there really are ridiculously large, CGI elephants in the film.
The other, proverbial, elephants in the room are how far the movie strays from the legendary King Arthur story. Now, in fairness, legends King Arthur, in this case being what they are, it is difficult to know where reality ends and fantasy begins.
Nonetheless, even though the legend has changed somewhat over the years as legends are wont to do , this movie bears little resemblance to the story that moviegoers familiar with Arthur will expect.
Rendered unimportant and replaced by a gender-PC? I suppose the lack of a name was supposed to lend some air of irresistible mystery to her.
It failed, miserably. Well, at least he had the build. Some, including Bedivere, were obviously cast in a fit of PC multiculturalism. Save it for where it makes sense.
David Beckham managed to land a spot, though. Go figure. I read Ritchie's bio here on IMDb. It's stated there that Ritchie thought film school graduates made "boring and unwatchable" films.
His disdain for the work of others seems to go beyond those who've studied film art. That doesn't stop Ritchie from leaning on the creations of others to sell a flick.
Ritchie has a flashy -- often manic -- presentation style. I'll give him some benefit of doubt in presuming that he does so in an effort to create a sense of action.
Unfortunately, it often serves more to make stories incoherent. In watching Richie's Sherlock Holmes re-imaginings, I couldn't shake a feeling of Ritchie's lack of respect for Doyles' Holmes.
I get the same sense of lack of respect for traditional tales of King Arthur. I could go on and on, picking the film apart, but all of it boils down to the simple appearance that Ritchie is simply capitalizing on the popularity of someone else' story -- King Arthur and the legend of Excalibur -- by using the name in the title, then remaking the entire story to suit a flight of his fancy.
Ritchie might as well have just left the sword out of the story and dropped the name of Arthur from the story -- and title. Then he could have gone anywhere he wanted with the story without disappointing moviegoers drawn in by the title.
As a retelling of the King Arthur legend, it is a disappointment. On second thought, considering Richie sold the idea to the movie studio as King-Arthur-meets-The-Lord-of-the-Rings, perhaps he should have just named the movie accordingly.
Then the Tolkien influence and the use of Tolkien's oliphants would make much more sense. Then, too, moviegoers would know better than to expect a movie simply about the King Arthur legend, which the current title implies.
Saw this at a Promo Screening last night and have been shocked by the harsh reviews from the critics. I went in expecting to see a by-the-numbers generic fantasy like the ones Disney churns out regularly.
But instead I was surprised to find that Guy Ritchie has applied to King Arthur the same style and technique that made his Sherlock Holmes films so beloved.
In this film is the witty dialogue and creative editing we've at least some of us have come to love from Guy Ritchie. There was never a boring scene throughout.
The action is good, the effects are good, but it is the manner of delivery of it all that brings this to greatness. The acting is solid, some characters are less developed than others but I did not feel that this hurt the movie at all.
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.
If you want none stop action from start to finish then this is definitely a film for you. The characters are likable with lots of familiar faces throughout.
Loved the special effects and the soundtrack is brilliant as it matches the style of filming it's one that I'll be adding to my collection. It's a real shame people slated this film before it's proper release This is the first time I've ever reviewed a movie.
But I'm stunned by the hatred being unleashed by critics about King Arthur. I don't get it and won't stay silent.
I've seen it twice once in 3-D and loved it. And I'll see it again. I'm not sure what critics wanted or expected from this movie.
But they seem to love to hate Guy Ritchie. It's almost international sport at this point. If you don't like Ritchie's signature style, the movie probably isn't for you.
His mark is all over it, though it's a very different genre for him. It's a fresh take that breathes new life into an old legend.
It's perfect for the video game generation. That's not a bad thing. I am a big fan of the Arthurian legend and all the movies and stories that have come before.
This version doesn't take away from that. It's different and the Arthur origin story hasn't been done before. He's growing into his role as King.
The editing, pace, sharp banter and bromances lighten some of the heavier moments and there are so many great scenes. And I can't say enough about Daniel Pemberton's score.
It's a character unto itself and gives the film a medieval, modern, rock-and-roll edge. I was mesmerized and wasn't bored for a second. The film is visually dazzling, and I wanted to know more about these characters.
I came into the movie with no expectations, other than I couldn't wait to see Charlie Hunnam on the big screen again. I'm a devoted Sons of Anarchy fan, and it surprises me that he isn't a household name yet.
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Trivia The opening of the film features a sequence in which King Uther rides out to personally repel the invading army.
The musical score for this sequence is actually a piece of music composed by Gareth Williams from It was created for 'The Life', a live-action advertisement for the video game Halo 3: ODST Daniel Pemberton lead composer of this film confirmed that director Guy Ritchie always intended to use this piece of music in Uther's opening sequence, as Ritchie is a self-professed gamer and Halo fan and had always wanted to use that piece of music in one of his films.
Thus, Ritchie and Warner Bros. Interestingly, despite years of interest from Halo fans, the release of the soundtrack for this film marks the first time that Williams' piece of music has been made available for purchase or download in any form.
Goofs In the beginning of the film, young Arthur and Catia the daughter of Vortigern are relatively the same age both appear as young children in the beginning of the film - aged 2.
But he has had a rough, hard scrabble life which can be said to have aged him prematurely. Quotes The Mage : You're no longer a myth.
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