Quest for Camelot was one of those kids movies that didn’t get a lot of Love. It’s not Disney but still had a good story, some nice music and was… fun. Come on who doesn’t love a two headed dragon that sings? Plus the Heroine wasn’t a wimp and having to young girls that was important. My wife hates the Disney Heroines for the most part, too needy and whiney. (laugh) She’s a huge fan of Anastasia, me too for that matter. If anyone wants to give that a look.
All three kids would re-enact parts of the movie and argue about who was going to be what. The movie is pretty good really, not just for kids. has a good plot and the voice acting was well done. I think anyone would enjoy this. I find myself enjoying animated films just as much as live action. Honestly, most films today while having live actors… have a lot of computer generated, well, everything. With Rogue One’s release one of the actors was completely computer generated the line is definitely blurred.
There was not a large collection of “Q” movie titles to choose from. I didn’t realize at first since this one was on my original scrap paper list for the month. out of those I found, Quigley Down Under, which I had forgotten about. Alan Rickman and Tom Sellick, good western funny too. Have a favorite? What might it be, let me know in the comments.