The film very much. Music counts for a lot here, especially given the style Ritchie. “Subjective” display “history” of king Arthur and the round table in the colors of modern cinema in conjunction with well-matched scale was just perfect. Although the ending is somewhat unobtrusive and tries to put the minds of the feeling that England is the center of prudence and nobility, the film itself never cause any rejection because of the pathos, the exaltation of any part of modern society.
Even a multinational here inscribed is so natural, that there is no even question about where in those days “exotic” blood for such important positions.