Justin’s dream is to become a Knight of Valor like his grandfather, but his father wants him to become a lawyer. Justin set out on a mission to realize his dream and met a lot of new acquaintances along the way.
Justin (Freddy Haymore) lives in a kingdom where the bureaucrat’s rule and the knights are expelled. Her dream is to become one of the Knight of Valor like her grandfather was, but her father Reginald (Alfred Molina), who is the chief adviser to the Queen (Olivia Williams), wants her son to follow in his footsteps. Go on and become a lawyer. After an inspiring visit from her beloved Grant (Dame Julie Walters) and bye-bye to her supposed lady-love Lara (Thomson Egerton), Justin left home and went on a quest to become a knight.
Review: Justin and the knights of valour
This weekend I saw Justin and the Knight of Valor with my 8-year-old daughter, a friend of mine and her two children of similar age. He was thoroughly entertained throughout the film and enjoyed the animation films. Watching the classic animated story make a difference as opposed to a dancing animal or a tyrant … and there are good things for adults too: the British voice cast is great (as one of the monks). From Charles Dance) and the music was a nice surprise too. Great story, full of action that kids love and with some good things for parents too.