Guy Ritchie's medieval extravaganza King Arthur: Legend of the Sword screened in advance last night for Unlimited audiences, so what did everyone make of it?
Lee West loved the way it mashed up various elements of his favourite movies.
Anita says it contains everything people expect from a brash, flashy Guy Ritchie movie.
SJH loved the humourous touches in the screenplay – but what do you expect from a Ritchie film?
@cineworld absolutely frikken epic - had Guy Ritchie touches all over it. Enjoyed the banter and amazing fight scenes - cast were perfect.— SJH (@MsSJH) May 10, 2017
And Paul Rawlings says a certain footballing legend makes it through unscathed...
@cineworld Very good. Great mix of action & humour. Beckham was actually passable. Well worth the watch.— Paul Rawlings (@ThePaulRawlings) May 10, 2017
Negatives? TV Casualty believes that Ritchie's style perhaps isn't the best fit for this kind of material.
@cineworld I thought it was a mess. Unlikeable characters, hackneyed humour and a poor attempt to modernise the legend. Retweet?— TV Casualty (@TVCasualty) May 10, 2017
And Lee Boardman says the potential in the storyline is undermined by the director's style.
@cineworld Great opportunity, great effects, ruined by Ritchies frustrating style of movie making. And David Beckham? Seriously?!— Lee Boardman (@lee_boardman) May 11, 2017
Don't forget about your next Unlimited screening: the riotous, sun-kissed adaptation of TV sensation Baywatch starring Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson. The movie screens in advance on 25th May – we'll see you there!