(out of 5)
Painfully awful, this is probably the worst big-budget animated feature ever made. It features, for your enjoyment, bad voice acting, lame animation (sometimes the characters lag, as if the animators’ computers crashed halfway through their work and they never noticed), and a senseless story concerning a wronged woman out to restore her family’s claim to the legendary throne of Camelot. David Foster’s one song ‘The Prayer’ (made famous by Céline Dion and Andrea Boccelli) is the film’s only saving grace, but even it sticks out like a sore thumb considering Celine Dion’s French-accented singing voice doesn’t even closely match Jane Seymour portraying the character’s speaking voice. Best to buy the lovely theme on CD, but not on this film’s soundtrack, as the rest of the songs are about as abysmal as the film itself. Even kids will turn away from this stinker.
Directed by Frederik Du Chau
Produced by Dalisa Cohen
Music by Patrick Doyle
Production Design by Steve Pilcher
Film Editing by Stanford C. Allen