I mean it featured a cute af protagonist rescuing Excalibur and saving Camelot, her name is Kayley and her father was once a Knight of the Round Table, before he was killed.
Her disabled hermit boyfriend Garrett who has survived in this enchanted/cursed forest for years bc he was sick of being treated like an invalid in Camelot (like, it’s 100% Ableism as to why he left, it’s overt as fuck)
Their comic relief side characters, Cornwall and Devon, who happen to be a two headed dragon (the Dudebro and the Thespian respectively), and they have this wonderful character arc about how they’re such shit dragons because they never get along.
And not to mention the most enjoyable Chaotic Evil villain ever, Ruber.
(Kayley’s Mother): You’re mad!
Ruber: So glad you noticed! *image below* I’ve been working on it for years!
And it’s like, half spoof, half serious too, so there’s a lot of pop culture references (mainly from Devon and Cornwall) it’s also self aware af, most of the characters comment at least once about bursting into song.
Why doesn’t anyone ever talk about Quest For Camelot
I love most of the animation movies from Pixar/Dreamworks/Warner Bros./etc, but it really bothers me that no one ever mentions The Quest for Camelot.
It has a strong willed female protagonist who refuses to form to other’s ideas of who she should be. Her name is simply Kayley, and she doesn’t need any man to save her or anyone else.
Then there’s Garrett. (Yes, there’s a love story, but don’t turn away just yet).
Fun fact about Garrett? He’s completely blind due to a terrible accident as a child. (Not a spoiler, so don’t worry). He’s my favorite “prince” character out of all the animation movies I saw as a child. He’s realistic and doesn’t go out of his way (initially) to help Kayley, knowing full well she can take care of herself. It’s reallyhard to not tell you more as to why I love Garrett so much, but you’re gonna have to watch the movie to understand.
My favorite characters of this movie is Devon and Cornwall, though.
Do you believe it’s proper to put the clotted cream on the scone first, or the jam? Please let me know and tell me where you’re from. I know there’s a rivalry between Devon and Cornwall, but I want to know about the rest of you guys, particularly up north. It’s for a story. Any thoughts?