A Kid in King Arthur's Court

A Kid in King Arthur's Court

A Southern California kid named Calvin Fuller is magically transported to the medieval kingdom of Camelot through a crack in the ground caused by an earthquake. Once there, he learns he was summoned by the wizard Merlin, who needs Calvin to save Camelot. Using dazzling modern inventions, can Calvin help King Arthur retain his crown and thwart the evil Lord Belasco?

Young Calvin Fuller is pulled into King Arthur's court by Merlin. His mission: to save Camelot. To do this he must overcome the villain known as Lord Belascoe, train to become a knight, and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jesse k (us) wrote: This low-budget bomb sucks hard. Tied with 'Trespass' as the worst movie of all time.

Waleed A (it) wrote: great movie, kept me into it throughout. good story, acting and direction (1 viewing)

Kristal M (fr) wrote: Not bad for a kinda cheesy foreign movie.

Astoria J (au) wrote: IT was based off a true story, which are the types of movies that always get me emotional. That someone could have that kind of strength is amazing. And of course, Alyssa Milano played her part the best she could. It wasn't half-bad.

Eduardo A (ca) wrote: every movie samuel l jackson are instant classic enough said

Leonard D (mx) wrote: Watched it when I was around 8 years old. Didn't like it. Not even interested in ever watching this again. Feels like a 5 year old jumping up and down and screaming at the top of his lungs, trying to get attention!

Andrew L (gb) wrote: I'm sorry, but I tried to watch this and it was pretty boring. Just didn't appeal to me. Some musicals I actually like, but a lot don't work for me and this definitely didn't.

Art S (ca) wrote: Early film noir that isn't quite as bleak as the cycle would later get but still excels in showing shadows, oddness, and the possibly inescapable noose tightening around the protagonist's neck. Victor Mature is affable but a bit of scumbag as the sports promoter seeking to turn an ordinary but beautiful waitress into a celebrity; when she turns up dead, he's the prime suspect. Betty Grable plays the sister who ends up helping Mature despite herself. Heavy-set Laird Cregar is the creepy police inspector who turns up everywhere Mature goes. It plays like a whodunit at times but rings those noir notes (that would get louder in coming years) that didn't appear in the standard mystery fare of the time (including the Charlie Chan series also directed by Bruce Humberstone).

Rachel M (de) wrote: [size=3][font=Times][color=white][b][i][color=darkorange]Undeclared: The Complete Series[/color][/i][/b] 7/10[/color][/font][/size][font=Times][size=3][color=white]I really liked this show when it was on the air, but as I watched the whole series back to back, parts of the storyline don?t make sense. In one episode, Lizzie and Eric are broken up then in the next one they?re back together with no explanation. And in another episode, Steven is still trying to get Lizzie but fails, but in the next one they wake up next to each other in the same bed. But it was a funny show. Too bad these guys? shows don?t make it past one season. They?re the guys who did [i]Freak and Geeks[/i] too. [/color][/size][/font][size=3][font=Times][color=white] [/color][/font][/size][size=3][font=Times][color=white][b][i][color=darkorange]The Harvey Girls[/color][/i][/b] 8/10[/color][/font][/size][font=Times][size=3][color=white]I didn?t expect to like this so much. It was funny, romantic and had some well written songs and performances in it. My favorite part is when Judy Garland holds up a saloon at gunpoint to get back the stolen steaks. [/color][/size][/font][size=3][font=Times][color=white] [/color][/font][/size][size=3][font=Times][color=white][b][i][color=darkorange]For Me and My Gal[/color][/i][/b] 6/10[/color][/font][/size][font=Times][size=3][color=white]I was hoping for one of Berkeley?s extravagant bird?s eye view in this, but nothing. There was a little too much war propaganda for me, but I did enjoy the story and seeing two of my favorites together on screen. [/color][/size][/font][size=3][font=Times][color=white] [/color][/font][/size][size=3][font=Times][color=white][b][i][color=darkorange]An Evening With Kevin Smith[/color] [/i][/b] 7/10[/color][/font][/size][font=Times][size=3][color=white]Funny, but too long for my attention span. [/color][/size][/font][size=3][font=Times][color=white] [/color][/font][/size][size=3][font=Times][color=white][b][i][color=darkorange]Ziegfeld Girl[/color][/i][/b] 6/10[/color][/font][/size][font=Times][size=3][color=white]It was alright. Sometimes it seemed a bit too slow. Personally, I think having three protagonists was a problem for the structure of the story, but it worked okay. [/color][/size][/font][color=white][/color]

MEC r (br) wrote: Jacob shouldn't have done that to his brother (the birthright), then again his brother should have known the importance of it.

Martin T (ca) wrote: A fine, surprisingly dark Holmes whodunit with a brisk pace. Watson's endless buffoonery is annoying, however, and I don't particularly care for the modernization of the Holmes universe. Also, the movie is capped off with a very odd pro-Canada coda.