|Rated: G for general audiences |
Starring: Jessalyn Gilsig, Cary Elwes, and Eric Idle
Released: May 15, 1998 (theaters) / October 20, 1998 (VHS/DVD)
With the emotional grip of Finding Nemo and the zaniness of a Nickelodeon cartoon, Quest for Camelot had me engrossed from the start. I found this to be fun, exciting, and pretty much everything one could want in a movie.
Production Values: 5/5
Everything in this department was amazing, too! The voice work--including the singing, which was done by the likes of Andrea Corr and Celine Dion--was outstanding, and the animation was simply wonderful! Nothing to complain about in this department.
- Sex: Nothing worse than kissing. 5/5
- Nudity: Shirtless guys and one off-the-shoulder dress. 4.5/5
- Language: "Gosh," "darn" and some mild name-calling ("idiot") are as bad as it gets. 4.5/5
- Violence: Plenty of action, some of it played for laughs, though most of it is serious. Pretty much the "TV-Y7-FV" kind. 3/5
- Drugs: None. 5/5
- Frightening/Intense Scenes: Some sequences may be too intense for the youngest viewers. Also, the emotional prologue could trigger some tears, a la Finding Nemo. 3/5
- Other: Some may be bothered by the use of magic in the film. 4/5