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At Theaters: 5/15/1998 On Video: 10/13/1998
Rated: G Length: 1 hr. 26 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 059807
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Inc.
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With the blessing of Merlin the magician, Kayley and Garrett ultimately use their unconventional talents to face down the ruthless Ruber, rescue the kidnapped Lady Juliana, Kayley's mother, and save Camelot. They experience monumental risk, danger and excitement as they struggle to fulfill their dreams in this newly told Arthurian legend.

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Animated Adventure - Quest for Camelot is an innocuous animated adventure appropriate for the whole family but probably not interesting for anyone. The action is too slow for most younger children and adults, while the humor is primarily targeted to pop culture references children won't understand. Some children 7-10 may enjoy the animation enough to sit through the story.
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Cast and Crew Heading
Jessalyn Gilsig (Voice of: Kayley)
Cary Elwes (Voice of: Garrett)
Don Rickles (Voice of: Cornwall)
Gary Oldman (Voice of: Ruber)
Jane Seymour (Voice of: Lady Juliana)
Pierce Brosnan (Voice of: King Arthur)
Sir John Gielgud (Voice of: Merlin)
Director: Frederik Du Chau (The Land Before Time 3)
Producer: Dalisa Cooper Cohen (A Little Princess)
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About The Production
Creating The Characters
The Animation Process
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PROFANITY: None
SEX/NUDITY: None
VIOLENCE: Some swordfighting, including the death of one character
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: None
ACTION: A few chases and fight scenes
COMEDY: Physical humor and pop culture references
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Very Poor
QUEST FOR CAMELOT is one of the most ennervated animated films in recent memory, a lifeless conglomeration of elements each more instantly forgettable than the last.  Visually, it offers uninspired settings and lackluster character design until the appearance of a nifty computer-generated ogre.  The comic relief isn't much of a relief at all, serving up a volley of pop culture pot shots, banal bickering between the dragon's two heads and cringe-inducing voice casting like Bronson Pinchot and Jaleel White.  Of course we also need to have songs, which means a truly awful bunch of David Foster/Carol Bayer Sager compositions alternating between middle-of-the-road piffle and soporific show-stoppers.

I can't imagine why a parent would subject their children to being bored silly by a film like QUEST FOR CAMELOT, especially when adults will probably be bored even sillier.  Then again, I suppose there would be a bright side:  two days later, they'll never even remember what they had to sit through.

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Based on an Exit Polling of 50 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
How
Many
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
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Would
Recommend
Movie To Friends
1-12Children (M/F)
11
Very High
91%%
20-29Yg Adults (M)
9
Fairly High
100%%
20-29Yg Adults (F)
6
High
100%%
30+Adults (M)
3
Fairly High
100%%
30+Adults (F)
21
High
100%%
*Possible Ratings: Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.

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The story revolves around Kayley (Jessalyn Gilsig, sung by Andrea Corr), a lively and strong­willed girl whose dream is to become a knight of the Round Table like her late father, Sir Lionel (Gabriel Byrne). After the evil and power­mad Ruber (Gary Oldman) and his vicious ally, the Griffin (Bronson Pinchot), capture King Arthur's (Pierce Brosnan) magical sword Excalibur, Kayley embarks on a dangerous quest to retrieve the sword and save Camelot.

She enters a dense and terrifying forest, where she meets Garrett (Cary Elwes, sung by Bryan White), a young and independent blind man who helps her navigate the many strange and powerful obstacles she encounters. Though unwilling at first, Garrett eventually joins forces with Kayley, as does a comical two­headed dragon, Devon & Cornwall (Eric Idle and Don Rickles).

With the blessing of Merlin the magician (Sir John Gielgud), Kayley and Garrett ultimately use their unconventional talents to face down the ruthless Ruber, rescue the kidnapped Lady Juliana (Jane Seymour), Kayley's mother, and save Camelot. They experience monumental risk, danger and excitement as they struggle to fulfill their dreams in this newly told Arthurian legend.

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