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    Quest for Camelot [17]

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    Warner Bros. enters into the full length animation movie arena with a King Arthur story. This being about the hunt for Excalibur after it is stolen by a fallen Knight of the Round Table. We have the typical outcasts-save-the-day movie. (Can we say Goonies?) A heroine who wants to be a knight, a blind hero that was a knight in training, a two-headed dragon and a chicken with an axe for a beak. Hmmmm, Needs work people.

    Animation has come a long way since Don Bluth, Dale Baer, Les Clark, Walt Kelly (yes of Pogo Fame), Preston Blair and others slaved away with single cells and animated some the best movies and cartoons from the 40's to 60's. [If you don't know who these people are - check out www.imdb.com and search for them under crew.]

    Fox had roaring sucess with Anastasia. Now Warner Bros wants back in on the action. WB was the main staple of the 2 - 5 minute comedy cartoon. Can they pull off a full length movie? The premise is o.k. - the main characters are fine, it is the peripheral ones that are very weak. And as you all know, it is the supporting actors (real or animated) that allow the main actors to shine. If your comic relief spells R-O-L-A-I-D-S, you have problems. Take a kid, they'll like it. But don't pay full price. [AB]

    Added: April 7th 2004
    Reviewer: AB
    29 Point Scale Score: 17    [17]

    Related Movie Link (IMDB): IMDB
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    Language: english

      

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