King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 3D YIFY Movie

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 3D

Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.

IMDB: 7.133 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 3D
  • Size: 1.93G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 126
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 29

The Synopsis for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 3D

Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.


The Director and Players for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 3D

[Director]Guy Ritchie
[Role:]Astrid Berges-Frisbey
[Role:]Charlie Hunnam
[Role:]Jude Law


The Reviews for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 3D


I wanted to bail on this film on more than one occasionReviewed bytwotrybeVote: 1/10

Movie trailers are interesting. You as the viewer get to see a prospective film and be taken in by this 30 second or 60 second or even a two minutes and 30 second capsule of a two hour film. And when that time comes, you are sometimes rewarded fr your efforts and sometimes you are not. King Arthur had such promise with it's trailer and alas, it failed to live up to its promises. I went in expecting an action packed event but what I got was unnecessary expositions and a lot of unnecessary dialogue that bloated the film's running time. Let's assume we know the legend of King Arthur pulling the sword out of the stone. This version of King Arthur does that but with a twist, he passes out, not once, not twice but three times. This got tiresome the first time. When he grabs the sword out of the stone in front of the soldiers and the people, I was hoping for the first true action sequence to happen, sort of a medieval John Wick moment where he kicks ass sword style but that didn't happen. The film drags down and flat lines.

At this stage, you become frustrated because now we get to hear from the evil king, played by Jude Law. In this role as the evil king, Jude Law throughout the entire film looks like he has a frozen fart face and he has to smell his stinky farts for eternity. But he talks incessantly just to hear himself drone on and on. And he isn't the only one. There are other men in this film that just talk too much for no other reason other than to bog down the flow of the film. I wanted to bail on this film on more than one occasion. It seems as if the writer wanted to inject some contemporary dynamics of what a well rounded 21st century man should feel like. He must be in touch with his feelings. Please, spare me. This is the medieval times. They were brutal and vicious in war. You get a tamped down version of the brutality.

I've seen a lot of reviews on this film at this site and they give an inordinate number of positive reviews. I suspect that the film company who spent an estimated $175,000,000 on this film has hired film trolls to salt the reviews related to this movie. I can't believe the glowing responses this film has gotten because a lot of people didn't see this movie and this would be a statistically anomaly to have so many positive film reviews for a film that was marginal at best. I gave it a one star. Originally I was going to give it a three star review but after seeing these positive reviews, my suspicions came to the forefront. Like the old saying goes, if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a film troll. Bottom line, they squandered a good retelling with way too much unnecessary exposition when it wasn't needed and the lack of action. Some good action comes at 1 hour and 21 minutes into this production. That's way too long. A film hero shouldn't be passing out three times before finally getting the hang of using a weapon. You'll lose the audience quicker than you think.

Reviewed byyesterdayman2002Vote: 9/10/10

Saw this at a Promo Screening last night and have been shocked by theharsh reviews from the critics.

I went in expecting to see a by-the-numbers generic fantasy like theones Disney churns out regularly. But instead I was surprised to findthat Guy Ritchie has applied to King Arthur the same style andtechnique that made his Sherlock Holmes films so beloved.

In this film is the witty dialogue and creative editing we've (at leastsome of us) have come to love from Guy Ritchie. There was never aboring scene throughout. The action is good, the effects are good, butit is the manner of delivery of it all that brings this to greatness.

The acting is solid, some characters are less developed than others butI did not feel that this hurt the movie at all.

I've seen King Arthur movies before but have never seen it told in thismanner, 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 hisstyle, but if you were entertained by any of his other films then thereshould be no reason for you to not be entertained here also.

The reviews does this movie no justice. it doesn't have to be the old story with no creativity.Reviewed bymohamed-elbahnasawyVote: 9/10

I believe this movie would have been a master piece of a series due to the huge amount of event packed into 2 hours, but this is no criticism on how great the movie is and how the numbers of this site doesn't do it justice. 90% of the negative reviews comes under the lame excuse of "that's not how king Arthur is supposed to be". If you actually want a movie where you know everything already starting from the story, characters and twists then I'd call you the stupidest ever. Yes this isn't your typical king Arthur movie, and that adds even more to the awesomeness of it.amnt saying the movie is flawless, no movie is, but it was great starting from acting, animation, story, music tracks, everything. Again would have been better off it was a series and I hope there would be a sequel including the knights of the round table, sure Lancelot and some dramatic betrayal or even Arthur's betrayal himself to the kingdom.

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