Everyone here is game to play, though, with Hunnam turning King Arthur into a cocky a-hole in leather pants, but dammit if he doesn't look as good as he seems to think he does. (Hunnam has two full shirtless scenes before he speaks a single line, perhaps in service of fans that were disappointed he dropped out of Fifty Shades of Grey
for this. In my opinion, a good decision, as he proves himself a proper action hero.) Law hams it up, dressed in exotic furs and flaunting his villainy with bitchy flare. David Beckham shows up for a cameo and, if you manage to recognize him
, provides some silly excitement.