Robbed of his royal lineage as a child when his uncle usurped the throne, Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) returns to the kingdom once ruled by his father and draws the legendary sword Excalibur from the stone. He must then learn to harness the sword's power in order to lead a rebellion against the tyrannical Vortigern (Jude Law) and reclaim his birthright. Guy Ritchie directed this stylized retelling of the story of King Arthur, which co-stars Eric Bana, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Djimon Hounsou, and Aidan Gillen.~Daniel Gelb
Arthur With Swagger Charlie Hunnam is a gentleman, a hunk and a rebel
Sword from the Stone
Go on set with Director Guy Ritchie as he breathes new life and luster into England's most iconic legend!
Parry and Bleed - Charlie Hunnam and other cast members get a crash course in swordplay
Building on the Past
Watch the creation of medieval urban life as Londinium is build from the ground up
Charlie HunnamKing Arthur
Astrid Bergés-FrisbeyThe Mage
Neil MaskellBack Lack
Geoff BellMischief John
Michael HadleyMage King
Alan TurkingtonGeneral 1
Peter FerdinandoEarl of Mercia
Michael McElhattonJack's Eye
Rob CarpenterStreet Blackleg
Eline PowellSyren 2
Hermione CorfieldSyren 3
Peter GuinnessBaron 1
Mark UmbersBaron 2
Adrian BouchetBaron 3
Cordelia BugejaWoman 3
Fergal McElherronDan Clan
David DobkinScreen Story
Joby HaroldScreen Story
Daniel PembertonComposer (Music Score)
Gemma JacksonProduction Designer
Andrew PalmerArt Director
Anthony Caron-DelionArt Director
Haley Easton-StreetArt Director
James CollinsArt Director
Oliver CarrollArt Director
Thomas BrownArt Director
James HerbertAssociate Producer
Max KeeneAssociate Producer
Bruce BermanExecutive Producer
David DobkinExecutive Producer
Steven MnuchinExecutive Producer
Annie SymonsCostume Designer
Jimmy BoyleSound/Sound Designer
Andrew StirkRe-Recording Mixer
Ben MeechanSound Effects Editor
Chris BurdonRe-Recording Mixer
Christine BlundellHair Designer
Christine BlundellMakeup Designer
Daniel PembertonMusic Producer
David LascellesProduction Sound Mixer
Dominic GibbsSupervising Sound Editor
Mark HoltSpecial Effects Supervisor
Nick O'HaganUnit Production Manager
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Fantasy
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Australia,United Kingdom,United States
Year of Release
3D, Blu-ray, Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D
Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Warner Bros. Digital Distribution
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword [3D] [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D] 
KING ARTHUR dazzles with imaginary that's about it
I really wanted to like this movie, from the trailer it looked cool, but after viewing, it just kind of left you like "oh ok" I watched it with my friend we both were very bored with it. It had some very cool imagery and a few dazzling action scenes, but the story seems to be lacking. 3/5 stars. If it was on a 1-10 movie scale it would be a 5.
The image of the set including the digital edition, is not correct. Don't buy this if you are expecting more than the 2 discs.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
3d is good.
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
The 3d on this movie is good. It is becoming more difficult to find 3d movies any more.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Jax Teller with a Sword!
Guy Ritchie's film and version of King Arthur. I am a Charlie Hunnam fan and watching his portrayal of a young King Arthur on the silver screen is pretty much watching Jax Teller with a Sword -- and it's AMAZING. For those of you who are not familiar with the actor Charlie Hunnam, he was the star of FX's hit television series, Sons of Anarchy, one of the best television series I've ever watched, and the main character who Charlie Hunnam played was a badass protagonist biker named Jax Teller.
If you watch this film you'll be able to see Jax's mannerisms shine through: walk, hustle, swag, etc. But in a British way since Charlie's real accent is heard in this film (He was born and raised in the UK).
Anyways, there are a lot of special effects in this movie and they look great showing the powers of the sword and the intensity of the battles. The modernized and hip (not hipster) story to the classic is interesting and cool, and the cast in this film are great. I highly recommend!!!
A great presentation of a fun movie. Guy Richie's King Arthur is not the disaster people made it out to be. It's the wildest ride for this tale (Arthur fights a dragon!), and I would have loved to see the full trilogy get made.