Unidentified Flying Oddball Spacecraft

Variety wrote, “Pic has some good slapstick touches and offers a generous serving of visual tricks and space hardware, though on a par with ‘Star Wars’ in that department it ain’t. ” Linda Gross of the Los Angeles Times stated, “The film will provide mildly amusing summer fun for those having their first encounter with castles and kings. However, ‘A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,’ ‘Knights of the Round Table’ and ‘Camelot’ all captured the vigor of medieval England with more passion. ” Carla Hall of The Washington Post wrote, “The plot—obviously derived from ‘A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court’—has the customary quantum of Disney cuteness as the story unravels predictably. But it takes advantage of the situation for some funny lines. ” Martyn Auty of The Monthly Film Bulletin stated, “Quintessentially Arthurian locations and resplendent colour quality (that owes more to the processing lab than to Northumberland) put this updated version of Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court a cut above its predecessors in the current Disney craze for space-visitor yarns. ”

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