King Arthur — How Moments Can Ruin A Movie | Anatomy Of A Failure
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In today's Anatomy of a Failure, we'll be taking a look at King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Despite Sherlock Holmes director Guy Ritchie's visual filmmaking talent, the movie flopped hard at the box office. And it might be due to its heavy reliance on visual moments. Why did King Arthur flop and become a failure? Maybe we'll know after this video.
And hopefully, Ritchie's visual style will return to the screen soon with Sherlock Holmes 3, with Dumbledore Jude Law and Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. When is Sherlock Holmes 3 coming out? What is the Sherlock Holmes 3 release date? When will we get a Sherlock Holmes 3 trailer? I don't know. But maybe this video essay will suffice in the meantime.
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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.