A drunken playboy stands to lose a wealthy inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn't like.
“Arthur” is suffering from a severe case of a rich boys Peter Pan syndrome when he’s suddenly forced to choose between marriage to someone he doesn’t love and continued fortune. Some of the scenes within this movie are a little over the top and they should be, because “Arthur” is filthy rich. I liked that you’re able to take a peek into a lifestyle that most people can only dream of, and feast your eyes on some fabulous toys like having a floating bed or sparring with Evander Holyfield for a workout.
Russell Brand’s costume changes take rocking purple labels far beyond what Beyonce was suggesting for Hov. My fashion eye couldn’t stop staring at him as I waited for the next lame conversational joke to fall out of his mouth. While there were a few good punch liners, there could’ve been a hell of a lot more! I should have been doubled over with laughter and I wasn’t... damn remakes!. “Arthur” was just OK, and there is absolutely no reason for you to run out to theaters to watch it. You should just wait for it to come out on cable because it’s not worth wasting your money on as a rental unless you’re getting it out of Redbox or on bootleg for free. ~Dana Da Designated Hata® aka Nobody' Fan®
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