They made Arthur a Roman, who lead an all Sarmatian army and that gave the story a whole new meaning. It was pretty cool, actually. Lancelot was still the strong-willed right hand man, and the rest of the knights were pretty good at their supporting bit.
In fact, the dialogue was pretty witty. They had wise-cracking retorts and a really funny delivery. Guinevere was actually pretty hot. No, I'm not turning lesbian. I just thought she was so rad with her kick-ass attitude and woodland person. The cast and crew did a fantabulous job!
Screw the critics! I though Arthur was really cool. In fact, now that I think about it, I thought Clive Owen, the dude who played Arthur was pretty damn hot. Sure he's a bit old and maybe not even on the pretty boy side, but his chivalry and nobleness endeared him to me. He really deserved to be king because he was such a gentleman.
Guinevere better thank her lucky stars, because she was able to get thatclose to him. Damn! Fen-fenita was correct. Chivalry is dead and it died along with all the knights of the round table. All of them were so nice and decent that I wouldn't mind ending up with them. And of course, becoming queen in the process. Still, Arthur is such an ideal man, I'm so jealous of Keira Knightley. Sure, that scene probably lasted five seconds of the entire production, but still.
Where oh where am I going to find a decent dude like Arthur? At the party tonight perhaps? I highly highly doubt it. Oh well, a girl can dream, can't she?