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One of the greatest films of the 90's. A gangster film with little on-screen violence, brilliant characters and dialogue and great british humour. Must see.
The film was bad, but JJ Abrams had a bad hand. The main baddie was killed off by the middle director, his main star too. It did not help when one of his remaining key actors died before the film could be made and this hindered things, whenever she was on screen and had to get others to feed her lines so they could use deleted footage to pretend she was in it. I cannot believe that this whole series Rey has never had a struggle against adversity. Where's the character development? Perhaps it's because we never saw Luke at the peak of his powers than they wanted to show her at hers, so when they bring her back as an old Jedi, they can kill her off without there being unfinished business.
JJ did his best, but the film is a mess, it's been heavily re-edited and you can tell. Where does Star Wars go from here? The traditional fanbase is lost, the new fanbase didn't materialise, and Disney has wasted their money, but it's their fault for this mess anyway.
This film was the most disappointing film of all time. The first film of the new trilogy was a remake the first films and I enjoyed it, it was not to be taken too seriously and set up the rest of the series. This director then proceeds to do what Luke Skywalker does with the Lightsabre he was handed and throws it away. He then seems to stick two fingers up at the core audience of those who were kids when the first trilogy came out or even kids when the second came out and instead of us finally getting to see Luke Skywalker Jedi Master, we get this grumpy old caricature of god knows who. The whole film is just wrong. I won't spoil what happens, but the franchise ended there and then for me. This was a director who did not know his audience and made a film for others, but they aren't the ones who want to see this rubbish, and they won't be back for the next one.
This is a good popcorn movie. It's Guy Ritchie. You should know him by now, and Guy Ritchie does Guy Ritchie stuff, and it does not matter that this is King Arthur. It's classic over the top action, it does not take itself too seriously, and he manages to put a load of Cockney Gangsters with Guy Ritchie type patter in there too! I really enjoyed it and I was a big fan of the King Arthur stories as a kid. Don't take it too seriously, it doesn't take itself seriously, and you will have fun and enjoy it.