Even Disney nods. This thuddingly obvious kiddie comedy puts a contemporary SoCal kid (Thomas Ian Nichols, so persuasive in 1994's ROOKIE OF THE YEAR) in a poorly imagined Camelot where the gags are as clanky as the bargain-basement medieval costumes. Lame and
surprisingly awkward from start to finish.
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