Quest for Camelot


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy / Musical

Plot summary

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Gary Oldman Photo
Gary Oldman as Ruber
Pierce Brosnan Photo
Pierce Brosnan as King Arthur
Cary Elwes Photo
Cary Elwes as Garrett
Jane Seymour Photo
Jane Seymour as Juliana
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789.37 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 0 / 7
1.53 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 1 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by treakle_197810 / 10

A Kingdom for a Sword!!

This beautiful animated movie with great characters,music and direction tells a story of Sword and a place called Camelot. The villain is very good along with his henchmen. Leann rimes version of looking through your eyes is amazing!!

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

A lot more watchable than Richard Rich's King and I

I too enjoyed this movie. It isn't flawless, but few movies are. The animation is good, if a little bland in the musical numbers, with exception of the splendid witchcraft scene. As for the songs, they aren't actually that bad. My favourites were "The Prayer", "Looking Through Your Eyes", and "If I didn't have you." The other songs were not as good, but not mind numbingly awful. The biggest problem was the singing voices, they didn't match the voice acting. Celine Dion is a very good singer, but her voice is too powerful for Julianna, but it's good they didn't ask someone like Barbara Streisand, another excellent singer with a too-big voice for the character. Same with Andrea Corr. Another problem was the script, which had its ups and downs. The reasons why some children didn't laugh at the two-headed dragon, which was the best character, is because they wouldn't in a million years have understood the pop culture references, though they were funny. As for the voice talents they were a mixed bag. Jessalyn Gilsig and Cary Elwes started off a little bland, and Gary Oldman relishes his role as the villain, if a little over the top at times. On a positive note, Eric idle and Don Rickles were hilarious, and Jane Seymour made a sincere Julianna. Pierce Brosnan was also an interesting choice, but if I were a director, I wouldn't have picked John Gielgud to voice Merlin, although he would have been good if it was live-action. In conclusion, an above average movie, with a story that started off well, but ran out of steam too early. If I wanted to see it again, I would. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by jboothmillard5 / 10

The Magic Sword: Quest For Camelot

I was taken by my primary school to see this at the cinema, something to do with the King Arthur subject I guess, and as I didn't remember any of it, I decided to see it again. Basically the legendary sword Excalibar, belonging to King Arthur (Pierce Brosnan) has been stolen by a griffin, sent by traitor knight of the round table, Baron Ruber (Gary Oldman). But it has been dropped into the Forbidden Forest, the place of untold danger, and when she hears of this, and her family are captured, Kayley (Jessalyn Gilsig, Andrea Corr singing) is the only hope all have to restore peace to the kingdom. Entering the dangerous forest, she meets the man who has learnt how to travel and handle himself in this place, even being a blind hermit, Garrett (Cary Elwes, Bryan White singing),and his falcon Ayden. Also joining them in their quest to find the sword, passing through Dragon Country, are comic relief characters, the two-headed dragon Devon (Eric Idle) and Cornwall (Toy Story's Don Rickles). They manage to find Excalibur, they just have to get out the forest and back to Camelot without Ruber and his army of nasty nitwits catching them. Also starring Jane Seymour as Lady Juliana, and Celine Dion as her singing voice, Sir John Gielgud as Merlin and Gabriel Byrne as Sir Lionel. The voice casting is quite good, the animation looks a little copy-catting Disney, but it is quite a watchable family period adventure film. What was really surprising was that I liked these songs featured, "I Stand All Alone", "If I Didn't Have You" and "Looking Through Your Eyes". It was nominated the Oscar and Golden Globe for Best Song for "The Prayer". Worth watching!

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