First off, I'll start with the things I did like. The imagery used in this movie is fantastic. Every shot (except for a few dark scenes) is really artistic and amazing to look at and would be cool to see in more fantasy films, it was kinda like playing Shadow of the Colossus, which it looks a lot like this movie. The acting is also great. Every actor does a great job of portraying his or her character in the film. The score is also really good too, although it can be used a bit too much in places. And also there were amazing practical effects and digital effects, when there was a point I couldn't tell the difference. Now, you may be asking why I gave it a 5/10 if basically everything in the movie I liked? Well because of the one thing I haven't mentioned so far, which ruins the whole film for me. The plot. The plot in this movie makes absolutely no sense. Now I'm the type of person to like mind bending movies where you really have to think, like a Christopher Nolan film. But in this movie absolutely nothing is explained. (This part I'm about to say is a bit spoilerish, but I don't reveal too much) in the beginning there are these thieves that take all of Gawains stuff, and walk away leaving him to die. So you might think we'll see them again and Gawain will get his stuff back? Wrong. They just magically appear with other characters and the only time we ever see the thieves again is when one of the thieves is walking. And that is basically the whole movie. Throw some stuff in and don't explain any of it. And I get it, there's suppose to be symbolism behind some of the characters and objects, but when you start to put themes over plot, then that's where things go off the rails. I really wanted to like this movie, and maybe if it had explained just a few scenes and left others ambiguous then that would've been cool. But nothing can make a bad plot good, no matter how much makeup you put on it.