Starring: Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Djimon Honsou, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Eric Bana, Aiden Gillen, Geoff BellPlot: A young(ish) Arthur Pendragon must find out who he is… before it's too late.Runtime: 126 minutesReview: As with all reviews, this will have spoilers in it, so if you're hellbent on seeing this and don't want it ruined, don't read this review. That being said, this movie was a weird one. If at any point in your life you said to yourself "Man, I really want to watch a movie where it mixes Lock, Stock, and Two smoking Barrels and the legend of King Arthur together", this is the movie for you. If you have never uttered such words before, this may sort of still be the movie for you? I cannot decide if I really liked this movie or really didn't like this movie. It certainly would not be a hate by any stretch of the imagination, but I certainly do miss the good old days where Guy Ritchie didn't have to "weird up" movies to make them worthwhile. I haven't seen a movie of his that I enjoyed a bunch since Snatch came out in 2000. But what a way for me to feel old, it came out 18 years ago.Back to this movie, sorry. It's a mostly standard tale of King Arthur in his youth and how his father was killed by his uncle, how he escaped and then turned into a glorified thug who beat people up for money, then went on to become the most powerful king in history... wait, that's not how it goes! I think anyways, I'm not 100% sure how it goes, but I doubt it happened this way. Too much magic and weird tentacle-y women.I am so torn on this movie, I enjoy all the actors, even the pigeon holed Aiden Gillen who is in so many game of thrones type things lately that he may think he's genuinely from that era in time. I can hope anyways. But I enjoy Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law and Djimon Honsou, all good actors who I believe in their roles more often than not. Hunnam also looked really fantastic, he must work out `15 hours a day, lord. I'm eating two sandwiches while writing this review, it's a bit sad.I guess this movie comes to the same stand still moments that all Ritchie movies come to, his heart is in the right place, he does dialogue pretty well, has good ideas and puts pretty good music to the scenery in his movies, but there's always something missing for the past half dozen movies. He tries too much to be quirky, or ties people into his "story telling" by having people repeat and re-repeat things over and over again. He really needs to work with someone who binds his hands ever so slightly with his freedom.I don't know, I'm completely out to lunch on this movie, but the two worst things about it were Jude Law's use of the f-word as I don't think it was a word that long ago and that it was over 2 hours long. Sure, just barely over two hours, but for a Guy Ritchie movie it should be hard hitting and quick, shock value theatre.Give it a go while you can if you're looking to be confused I guess.