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A Knight In Camelot
A Knight In Camelot
Actors: Michael York, Amanda Donohoe
1hr 29min

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Actors: Michael York, Amanda Donohoe
Creators: Whoopi Goldberg, Nick Gillott
Studio: Buena Vista
Format: DVD - Color
Run Time: 1hr 29min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3

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Movie Reviews

Very Cute. Very Funny
Harold F. Bennett | 01/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Just a cute Disney movie, and Whoopi Goldberg is wonderful as usual. She accidentally goes back in time and shakes things up."
Nancy Sherburne | Tucson, Arizona, USA | 03/08/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I never read the Twain classic, nor the film with Bing Crosby, but I did see this and loved it. I have seen Michael York in a few films, and loved Whoopi in both Sister Act movies, and the more serious The Long Walk Home. We start with a softare designer working on a project of her own to act as a time machine, until something goes "blooey" and sends her back to Camelot days. Finding herself facing King Arthur himself, Queen Gwenevere and Sir Lancelot (she cautions them to be more discreet) and then Merlin. She is put in jail awating her burning when she uses her laptop to discover a solar eclipse is coming. Knowing men of the days of yore had no knowledge of such an event, she makes believe she is using her magic powers to blot out the sun, and is set free so she can restore it. Knighted by King Arthur, she chooses the name Sir Boss, and so begins her adventures in Camelot. I found the storyline easy to follow, on par with other fantasy movies, but enjoyed watching these people get used to Sir Boss and her strange music box. Near the end, she takes King Arthur outside thw castle and face-to-face with normal people. He finds out firsthand how cruel his laws have been and vows to change them, which brings to an end Sir Boss' stay in the dark ages and is returned to her present time. I will leave off specifics, but I enjoyed this movie from beginning to end, and would recommend it for any age."
A Charming Tall Tale
Matthew McCann | Festus, Missouri | 05/29/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I really love Whoopi Goldberg. She really makes any script sparkle. I don't remember Jumpin' Jack Flash very well, so maybe that's one movie of hers that I didn't care for. This movie isn't on the top of my Whoopie list either.

The movie tells the story of a scientist who is suddenly displaced in time by Merlin. While in Camelot, Whoopie introduces a lot of important concepts and principles that keep the values of Camelot alive. Apparently, without her interference, Camelot would never have come out of the Dark Ages. All of this is at the apparent behest of the master magician and king's advisor Merlin...who constantly annoys and challenges Mr. Boss (as the scientist requests to be called).

In the end, we learn there is more to Merlin than his role in Camelot. A scientist learns about her role in the world, but gives it up to play second fiddle to Merlin's universal explorations and interferences.

Overall the idea was cute. Whoopi did a great job of creating a loveable character. However the experiment that displaced her and the far fetched ending didn't settle right with me. I think it was disturbing because it really wasn't a happily ever after ending but more like a completely new begining for a character and a situation that presented no longevity.

Only Whoopi Goldberg's fans can truely appreciate this charming comedy. It is completely appropriate for children and presents such a simple plot line and familiar moral that people around the world will recognize it and enjoy it. Buying it isn't reccommended but seeing it is...just because Whoopi Goldberg is in it."