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  • It is very bad the fact that with one story very interesting and rich in details, Antoine Fuqua has made one so poor film

    • by jb21
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      King Arthur” is about the life and adventures of Arthur, half Britian and half Roman, and his band of Samatian soldiers. The story takes place when Rome is pulling out of Britian, as they don’t have the resources to keep control.

      There are some groups waiting to take over Britian as soon as the Romans pull out.


      There is a struggle that is played by the Woads, led by Merlin, versus the Saxons.

      At the same time, everyone is against the Romans.

      The Samatians, think that they could be kings of their own villages as soon as they receive their discharges from Rome.

      Moreover, the romans are retreating from Britain.

      It is supposed that ...


      • King Arthur can unite Britian after the defeating of the romans, but it didn’t has happened!

        With one scenario like this, King Arthur could be one excellent film, but it isn’t! There are so much unecessary violence moments, and some parts that it seems to be confusing, as the story goes nowhere.

        It is ipossible to see

        Arthur unite Britian, as the film is confusing about the Samatians, the Saxons are and why they are fighting.

        Although Excalibur is revered by the Woads , its not clear the role played by Excalibur in the story.

        It is very bad the fact that with one story very interesting and rich in details, Antoine Fuqua has made one so poor film!




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