Michael Hanscom’s review published on Letterboxd :
Put this on in the background as I worked, as I’d read T.H. White’s book just a few months ago as part of my project to read all the Hugo Award Best Nocel winners. While obviously based on White’s version of the Arthurian stories, it’s also heavily Disneyfied. Not that that’s a bad thing, though, and while White’s way with words and the more philosophical aspects of Wart’s animal transformations aren’t present in the film, it’s still an enjoyable version of King Arthur’s boyhood years.