Guy Ritchie breathes new life into an old legend, with surprising results.
JULY / AUG 2015: BY MARIANNA KAPLUN “May God grant us the wisdom to discover right, the will to choose it, and the strength to make it endure.” Arthur was the famous king of England of the late 5th and early 6th centuries. He lived such a long time ago that we know very little... Continue Reading →
JAN / FEB 2014: BY GINA DALFONZO I’m a bit of a girly girl, and have always loved fairy tales, so you might expect that my favorite Disney animated classic would be a princess movie. And it’s true that for a long time I was all about the princesses. I saw Cinderella three times as... Continue Reading →
MARCH / APRIL 2013: BY LAURA F. It was unnatural, Lancelot had decided long ago, to be tied to a land not one’s own, to be forced to serve any master but oneself. For fifteen years, he’d chafed in service to the Romans, fighting their wars alongside his compatriots, rendering unto Caesar the service their... Continue Reading →
MAY / JUNE 2011: BY LYDIA WATSON One legend has intrigued people for generations: the stories of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have been told in many different ways over the years from an animated version about a clumsy boy discovering his true purpose to the heartbreak of a King finding... Continue Reading →
MAY / JUNE 2011: BY ESTHER ARCHER The new series Camelot creates a storyline different to what we know of the legend of King Arthur. It begins with him as the child of peasants, naive and innocent to what has happened to the Kingdom until one day Merlin arrives and declares that the King, Uther... Continue Reading →