Justin and the Knights of Valor

DVD Release: February 4, 2014
Justin and the Knights of Valor


A young boy becomes a man as he embarks on a quest to become a knight.

Dove Review

Justin is a wonderful young boy and remembers all the stories that his grandfather told about being a Knight for the royal kingdom. It also is his wish to become a Knight but there is one thing keeping him from it, the law that the Queen and his father signed. Knights are outlawed and that is just not right because who will keep the kingdom safe?

A boy’s dream is important even if it is not what his father wants. Justin’s father wants him to be a lawyer like himself but only Justin’s grandmother knows the real truth and what needs to be done. So an adventure begins as the young boy leaves on a quest to return the Knights to the kingdom. The first thing he must do is learn to be a Knight and the second is to find his grandfather’s sword.

Here is an animated story of one young man’s quest. It is a tale of dreams, goals and how important it is for parents to listen to children and their dreams for the future. It also tells of friendship, courage, kindness and working together for what is good and just. Although this is a good movie there is some content that is a bit over the top for the targeted audience such as drinking and violence. With that stated we award this tale the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Poppycock; idiot; brat; for God's sake; Pinhead.
Violence: Men fight with swords; man in knight suit takes young girl's cat; the queen is threatened by a bad Knight; guard is hit with a shield; man breaks men out of jail; man shoot arrows at others; character is kicked in "crown jewels"; a teacher is shot with arrow; two knights fight and one dies; knight is stabbed with sword; bad Knight falls over cliff and into water and dies.
Drugs: Drinking a toast; a guard drinks from a bottle; comments: "bring me a beer" and "best kegs of beer"; a tavern is seen in the story; boss of tavern seen drinking beer.
Nudity: Cleavage; young boy in underwear.
Other: A comical wizard with duel personalities; making laws that control everything in one's life; discussion regarding mother's and grandfather's death; a father gets a child into a school without testing.


Company: ARC Entertainment
Director: Manuel Sicilia
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 96 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Voices of: Antonia Banderas, James Cosmo, Michael Caulkin, Rupert Everett, Freddie Highmore
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe