NotInChicago’s review published on Letterboxd:
If you're going to use anachronistic music then go all out with it instead of the weird mix of medieval-sounding music and Queen they went with (although this may be my inner Baz Luhrmann fan jumping out).
The love story also felt a little iffy to me. Ledger's knight was nice as a dude overwrought with ambition to change his social standing but I'm not a fan of grouchy personas when it comes to love stories and his relationship with Jocelyn felt too one-note for me to get invested in. For example, I would have liked William not actually writing the love note he wrote for Jocelyn to come into play at some point.
A Knight's Tale was an alright tale but entirely too long at over 2 hours omg.