Director's Cut only, of course. Fuck Disney and their ravaging of the movie's intentions.
Will likely toil forever in the shadow of films such as John Boorman's "Excalibur," but I for one found it fascinating to see a more vulnerable Arthur with no idea what to believe, who to trust, or where to place his faith. Fuqua's film is a flawed one, but in its attempt to bring greater depth and complexity to a classic hero, it mostly succeeds. A compelling if uneven watch.
This is a pretty stupid movie...but everyone just looks so good that I'm not ashamed to say I enjoy this movie.