Directed by Rob Schiller. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Victor Williams, Patton Oswalt. While Arthur is in hospital, Carrie starts doubting that she still loves him. Meanwhile Arthur visits an old friend at the DMV to take care of a ticket for Deacon. His friend is no longer working there but Arthur cannot bring himself to tell. Directed by Rob Schiller. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Victor Williams, Patton Oswalt. Doug and Carrie consider marriage counseling while Arthur wants to.
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V for Vendetta (dolly grip). Æon Flux (dolly grip: second unit). The Bourne Supremacy (dolly grip). King Arthur (grip). Luther (grip). Directed by James Widdoes. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Victor Williams, Patton Oswalt. Arthur reveals he has a half-brother named Skitch whom he has a. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Jerry Stiller, Bryan Cranston. The dog of the new neighbors keeps Doug and Carrie up all night. Arthur thinks Charles Schultz. Directed by Brian K. Roberts. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Lisa Rieffel, Patton Oswalt. Doug's favorite aunt, Sheila, begins to date Arthur. Directed by Leonard R. Garner Jr.. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Victor Williams, Jerry Stiller. Carrie and Kelly decide to have Arthur, Doug, and Deacon. Meanwhile Arthur visits an old friend at the DMV to take care of a ticket for Deacon. His friend is no longer working there but Arthur cannot bring himself to tell. Inspector Dupin and his fellow-workers go on an excursion to King Arthur's woods in the center of Brittany. But as they arrive, one of the scientists occupied with.
Directed by Brian K. Roberts. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Lisa Rieffel, Patton Oswalt. Doug's favorite aunt, Sheila, begins to date Arthur. Quotes. Arthur Spooner: I got two words for you: I'm staying right here! Carrie Spooner Heffernan: That's four words. Inspector Dupin and his fellow-workers go on an excursion to King Arthur's woods in the center of Brittany. But as they arrive, one of the scientists occupied with. Doug Heffernan Leah Remini Crazy Credits. Carrie Heffernan Lisa Rieffel Washington Blvd. Chriss Pratt the full gallery. Full Cast and Crew. Arthur Spooner. Rate This.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 1. View All Photos Movie Info. In this interpretation of the classic tale, Arthur Clive Owen is a cavalry officer in the Roman army defending Hadrian's Wall against rebellious Britons.
He and his troops are expecting to be relieved but are instead sent on a risky mission to rescue the Roman family of Marius Honorius, who proves a despicable torturer of pagans.
Arthur frees one of them, Guinevere Keira Knightley , who in turn brokers a truce between Arthur and the Britons so as to ward off an invading Saxon army.
Antoine Fuqua. Jerry Bruckheimer. Aug 10, Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films. Clive Owen Arthur. Keira Knightley Guinevere.
Ioan Gruffudd Lancelot. Stephen Dillane Merlin. Ray Winstone Bors. Hugh Dancy Sir Galahad. Til Schweiger Cynric. Mads Mikkelsen Tristan.
Ray Stevenson Dagonet. Antoine Fuqua Director. Jerry Bruckheimer Producer. David Franzoni Writer Screenplay.
John Lee Hancock Writer Screenplay. Hans Zimmer Original Music. Slawomir Idziak Cinematographer. Michelle Guish Casting. Dan Weil Production Designer.
Mike Stenson Executive Producer. July 29, Full Review…. July 15, Full Review…. July 10, Full Review…. September 13, Rating: 1.
November 16, Rating: B- Full Review…. January 25, Full Review…. September 7, Rating: 1. July 11, Rating: C- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Feb 26, Gimly M Super Reviewer.
May 21, They let some women come along with 'em, too. Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. May 18, Great war film!
Bizarre history angle, but I loved it! Christian C Super Reviewer. Dec 31, Oh no, people, don't you believe any of those lies that have been passed down throughout the ages, because this puppy right here is the true story of King Arthur, or at least according to Jerry Bruckheimer, who clearly knows his history, as we saw with a certain other period war epic that he produced, "Pearl Harbor" Yeah, if anyone is wondering why they got the dude who did "Training Day" to do a film like this, it makes perfect sense, because this film's going on and on about how it's an accurate telling of some bull is about as hypocritical as the LAPD.
Antoine Fuqua must have heard that Bruckheimer was going to present King Arthur as a Roman cavalry officer and was sold once he heard the word "officer", thinking that he was going to get to portray Arthur as a promiscuous, drug-abusing, citizen-beating and altogether corrupt law enforcer, which, of course, leaves me to think that he also heard the word "Roman", because that does sound like something that an official in the original Los Angeles would do.
Seriously though, speaking of history, before there was "Brooklyn's Finest", Antoine Fuqua did "Camelot's Finest", or rather, according to this film and, by extension, "history", "Roman's Finest", which is a title that's almost as debatable as this film's "historical" accuracy, because the Roman's had some pretty awesome warriors, and, evidently, good ol' King Artie was one of them, whether he was one of the finest or not.
Actually, thinking about it, I would buy Clive Owen as one of the finest of Rome's warriors, because he is just too cool, but as far as Keira Knightley is concerned, I have a hard time believing her to be actually hot, so I'm a bit dubious about anything else she tries to convince me of, including her being a master warrior.
So yeah, as you can tell, historical accuracy isn't the only thing about this film that's debatable, with one of the most debatable things pertaining to this production being, well, my actually finding it to be decent.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 6. View All Photos Movie Info. After the murder of his father, young Arthur's power-hungry uncle Vortigern seizes control of the crown.
Robbed of his birthright, he grows up the hard way in the back alleys of the city, not knowing who he truly is.
When fate leads him to pull the Excalibur sword from stone, Arthur embraces his true destiny to become a legendary fighter and leader.
Guy Ritchie. Jun 20, Charlie Hunnam Arthur. Jude Law Vortigern. Djimon Hounsou Bedivere. Eric Bana Uther. Aidan Gillen Bill. Freddie Fox Rubio.
Craig McGinlay Percival. Tom Wu George. Kingsley Ben-Adir Wet Stick. Guy Ritchie Director. Joby Harold Screenwriter. Guy Ritchie Screenwriter.
Lionel Wigram Screenwriter. Akiva Goldsman Producer. Joby Harold Producer. Tory Tunnell Producer. Steve Clark-Hall Producer.
Guy Ritchie Producer. Lionel Wigram Producer. August 15, Full Review…. June 16, Full Review…. May 17, Rating: 1.
September 13, Rating: 2. July 17, Rating: B- Full Review…. 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, 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.
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. I'm not watching. Chrisanne C Super Reviewer. Aug 11, The King who is said to have defended Britain against the Saxon hordes in, umm Arthur was supposed to have beaten the Saxons and established an empire over Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Norway and Gaul.
Along with Arthur other apparent legends have also been scooped up and added such as Merlin, the Sword in the Stone a different item to Excalibur in some tales , the lady in the lake, the Holy Grail and various knights such as Lancelot.
All of this and much more comes under what is known as Arthurian legend. In the opening battle sequence of this movie I was shocked, gob-smacked!
Firstly the visuals are undoubtedly incredible, expected but even still, whoa! But wait what's this? Yep looks great but literally what the hell? Of course this is just the start of numerous gigantic animals we will see.
Later on expect giant bats, snakes, rats, a large eagle and a whopping mega gigantic snake that actually eats people, oh yes.
But the other rather silly thing that happens, Arthur's father Uther Pendragon is watching as his army is getting wiped out and Camelot is being destroyed.
So he casually grabs his trusty sword Excalibur, gallops towards the giant battle elephants by horse taking out all enemies, leaps across a huge drop between Camelot's ramparts and the elephant the horse presumably falling to it death and hacks his way into the huge portable armoured mount on top of the elephant.
There he casually takes everyone out including his arch nemesis Mordred and wins the day. All this kinda leaves you wondering why he didn't do this straight away, and why he even needs an army.
Its also around this point you start to notice the casting, and I'm gonna have to bring this up. Not only that but Sir Tristan is also portrayed by a black actor Kingsley Ben-Adir , and in the end we get a knight who is of an Oriental background not sure where, I'm guessing China.
The fact he's called George gives no clues but at least he seems to be created for the film. OK so let me be straight here, if Ritchie wanted to include diversity in this movie, that's fine with me.
It would be perfectly acceptable to have included some new characters that came from other realms, such as Africa, the Middle East or the Far East.
In fact it would probably be relatively historically accurate. But to race swap two of Arthur knights, two Englishmen of legend, is honesty unforgivable.
As for the cast on the whole, its fine, nothing spectacular, but fine. Everyone speaks with a cockney accent which is completely bullshit but this is a Guy Ritchie movie after all.
Apparently Ritchie thinks everyone in the UK has a cockney accent. You know what I mean, a group of fast talking cockneys with stupid names describing events which involve other folk with equally stupid names.
Pretty sure no one was called Mike or Blue or 'Goosefat Bill'; mind you I'm also pretty sure no one used the word 'fuck' back then either. So its obvious that various elements of the Arthurian legend have been jettisoned or rejigged.
This isn't too much of a problem though because the Arthurian legend has many versions, angles, viewpoints etc But for example, the actual existence of King Vortigern is as equally questionable as Arthur himself.
Castles didn't actually exist during Arthur's life, they didn't turn up for at least another years. The same can also be said for armour. Characters such as Merlin and the knights of the round table are thought to be entirely fictional.
The sword Excalibur is also thought to be entirely fictional. And that's the real problem here, this movie doesn't really feel like a historical film about King Arthur.
It feels more like a superhero movie with Arthur being an X-Men type character with a supernatural weapon.
Literally the epitome of a modern day movie for youngsters. But that isn't a problem per say, revamping old things can be good and this movie does have good elements.
But this whole venture feels so contrived and artificial, the fact they deliberately left out Merlin, most of the main knights and the round table tacked onto the ending for future sequels was all too obvious.
So obvious in fact I think that one factor really hurt the movie because people are getting really sick and tired of these predictable cinematic universe setups.
Apart from all that none of this makes a great deal of sense either. Why are there watery witches living in an underground rock pool in the bowels of the castle?
What exactly are they supposed to be? Why do they need dead bodies? I presume they enabled King Vortigern to be able to turn into a demon knight?
What was that alternate dimension? I thought it was simply a nightmare Arthur kept having, apparently not?
So upon death Uther Pendragon turned himself into the stone that would hold the sword Excalibur Or was that just another nightmare from Arthur's mind?
Anyways, if you were expecting a film in the same spiritual fairytale-esque vein as John Boorman's cult classic, you might be disappointed.
This movie feels more like a loud, in-your-face Robin Hood tale with some fantasy monsters and a roided up King Arthur who wears very natty stylish clothes including a quarter length coat!Georges Dupin Annika Lucinda Dryzek Tim DeeDee Rescher Runtime: 30 min. Arthur Spooner. Sign In. Carrie Heffernan. Visit our What to Watch page. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.