As for the songs, they aren't actually that bad. In the 6th century in England, during the reign of King Arthur, had a happy family life in coastal farms. They saved Garrett a ten minute run to Camelot because they miraculously learned to fly. I, personally, really enjoy Quest for Camelot. I think I was seven when this came out but I really don't think I seen it till a bit later in life. Devon and Cornwall sing about their mutual hostility, and their song is animated with some twentieth century props and in-jokes. On a positive note, Eric idle and Don Rickles were hilarious, and Jane Seymour made a sincere Julianna.
But those days of family fun Lionel was short. The plot is weak, watered down, and lame. The initial story centered around Susannah who embarks on a dangerous quest for the to save her sister from a ruthless and powerful knight. The biggest problem was the singing voices, they didn't match the voice acting. The emotions in Quest For Camelot are also real because although there are plenty of funny moments, these are balanced by dark and serious moments. Dull story, dull characters, dull songs, and there was also nothing special about the animation.
The head of layout was kicked out, the head of background, the executive producer, the producer, the director, the associate producer—all the heads rolled. However balancing out these weaknesses are such scenes as the evocation of a cold morning, when Kayley hears of her father's death, and Ruber's splendid witchcraft scene. Not only that it provides great music and entertainment, it teaches us lessons as well. This film is set in the days of King Arthur. Did these people even try and base it on the book it supposedly originated from? Even though some of the other characters may appear a bit bland, the overall art and animation is pretty good. Kayley longs to be a knight like her late father, and is well on her way to becoming the adventurous fighting female warrior that she always wanted. Every time one started, I couldn't wait for it to be over so we could get back to the story.
Oh, I'm sorry, this is a musical adventure. This is a jarring note in a film which otherwise tries to maintain some sort of historical integrity. Despite being voiced by Gary Oldman, and having a few witty lines he just becomes silly and not very threatening. Or put it this way. It's a shame as other supporting characters, like the Gryphon and the axe chicken are very well judged, and completely memorable.
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. After escaping and eavesdropping on Ruber and the Griffin's conversation, Kayley enters the Forbidden Forest where she encounters Garrett; a blind , and Ayden. Lionel is killed :- and Kayley as well as others mourn for him. In spite of this, I liked their song 'If I Didn't Have You' as well as Kayley's 'On My Father's Wings' and Juliana's 'The Prayer. I practically wanted to see this movie mainly because The Corrs were in it, I mean The Corrs are featured on its soundtrack, but after seeing it, I really enjoyed it. Andrea Corr plays Kayley's singing part and Celine Dion play's Juliana's.
I found the whole film particularly dull and a chore to sit through. Meanwhile, Ruber invades Kayley's home, holds everyone hostage and uses a potion he obtained from to create steel warriors from his human henchmen and a , who becomes known as Bladebeak. It isn't flawless, but few movies are. And the colors were so washed out, it hurt. As for the voice talents they were a mixed bag. What's not to like and to forget? The background music was quite pleasant as well, especially the Irish jig-type music.
Kayley dreams on of becoming a knight. I love Kayley, and her desire to carry on the tradition of her father in the excellent song On My Father's Wings was a great scene in the film. But heck, Pocahontas was by Disney, and it sucked! Exiting the forest with Excalibur, Garrett stays behind, feeling unwanted in Camelot. If you want an American animated movie that is really consistent with its own world, animated well, has good characters, etc. In January 1996, the London animation studio was opened where more than 50 animators were expected to animate 20 minutes of animation, which would be sent back to Glendale to be. The problems were really coming at the inexperience of everyone involved. On the plus side, this is still a good film, utterly free of pretension.
I'm sorry, but even for an animated film, that was way too rushed, considering how they got along in the first place. Garrett was a great character though, as was Juliana, Arthur and Lionel. Well, I finally saw it. Since everything else seems centered in the world, it seems out of place. This film is like The Sword in the Stone's awkward, ugly little brother. The husband Lionel was one of the knights of the Round Table the highest rank of knight of the time and his wife, Juliana was a very gentle woman, beautiful. I didn't expect to see a Disney quality movie, but I was happy to find out that QfC came pretty close.