Hi guys, since I had down a review on the film earlier on, I'm going comparing this film to another 1998 film from Disney, Mulan. Are you ready?
Okay, when I first watch this film, I thought that Walt Disney Studios took inspiration from Quest for Camelot when they were doing Mulan. In terms of story-line, the only difference is that Mulan's dad wasn't killed and that he was old to join the army against Huns. So his daughter, Mulan disguises herself as a man and takes his place!
Hi guys, I have heard about this film for many years until my brother bought both the soundtrack and film back in 2007. So here is my review about the film after watching Nostalgic Critic did this film a few times before.
Okay, I was very familiar with the story of Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table & Camelot. However this story is really underrated comparing to Disney films, it reminds of Disney 2012 film, Brave which also deals with motherhood and Celtic themes in it. I personally think that Brave really works for me, but despite that,...
This is about her birth and when she was little.
It seemed only weeks ago when Kayley and Garret got married, but now Kayley was about to give birth. Juliana, Kayley's mother was helping. Today would be the day if she had a boy or a girl. Kayley said to Garret "I hope it's a girl." He replied "well, we just have to find out." Later on that night the baby was born, it was a girl. Kayley looked at her new daughter and smiled, Garret asked "what are we going to name her?" Kayley looked at the baby sleeping in her arms and she said "Jacqueline"