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Arthur's Quest (1999)

To escape the clutches of the evil warrior and sorceress Morgana, Merlin transports young King Arthur into modern day America. When Merlin comes back ten years later to retrieve him, he ... See full summary »

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To escape the clutches of the evil warrior and sorceress Morgana, Merlin transports young King Arthur into modern day America. When Merlin comes back ten years later to retrieve him, he finds a hip 15 year-old Arthur who does not believe Merlin, nor does he want to return to the past. Merlin must convince Arthur of his true identity, before Morgana can retrieve Excalibur and allow the Dark Forces to take over the world. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for some mild violence and language | See all certifications »
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Artúr király legendája  »

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Awesome Arthur Dude
11 October 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If I was still 8 years old, I think I would have enjoyed this film immensely but since it's a long time since I was, it's difficult to try to view this from my present age. And be sure, this is a film for kids around that age, a throwback to the old live-action family films that Disney was churning out in the late sixties and seventies.

Still, there's enough to keep adults interested, for the dads there is the scantily clad Catherine Oxenberg, looking more like a supermodel Xena than a medieval sorceress and for the mums there is the young hero's working mother to empathise with.

For the rest of us, it's spotting all the holes in the plot! For instance, how are all the ancients from another century so familiar with modern age slang? Not to mention the fundamental flaw when the evil Morgana is defeated, if it was that easy, why not just do it from the start?

Then again, that's rather unfair as we adults are not the intended audience and the kids it was aimed at, should like this.


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