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Old 12-09-2011, 11:02 PM
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You know, something rather simple I like about LWW is the soundtrack during the first Lucy and Tumnus interaction. It really fits IMO, and rather reminds me of the original Narnia movies.
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Oh I feel so Awsomeatic right now; December 9th is my half-birthday. xD I can't believe I never figured that out before now! I don't think I'll have time to watch it tonight but maybe tomorrow.....
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Old 12-10-2011, 12:09 AM
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Oh I feel so Awsomeatic right now; December 9th is my half-birthday. xD I can't believe I never figured that out before now! I don't think I'll have time to watch it tonight but maybe tomorrow.....
Sorry to go off topic here, but somebody told me that he had never heard of the word "Awesomeatic" before, and I told him I'd made it up. Guess not. haha.
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Meh. I own both the 2 disc and 4 disc, and find nothing special about the extended edition because I paid $70 for 10 extra minutes of footage. I do like the bookends that came with the set though, but that's the only good thing I got out of it.

But I'd rather watch the 2 disc; there isn't quite as much choppiness as with the extended edition.

Well, i paid $25 for mine and its just the boxed set, not the one with the bookends. I got it last year after seeing LWW on ABC family and watching a scene that i never saw on my dvd. So i searched around and found that one. And bought it off of Ebay, I think.
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Thank you for this thread, Aravis: it gave me a good excuse to watch the film again last night. I really enjoyed doing so too!
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Showing the movie this weekend on ABCF.
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I like the movie very much and I am a writer focused on career and physical development to spread more issues and tips to develop and works through Professional resume writing service. Yet the movie stands for self-sacrifice, as Adamson and others admit, with the animated lion Aslan representing "selflessness." The White Witch, as actress Tilda Swinton points out, has "no sense of social responsibility". Features are predominantly effects-related, though there are rewards for Narnia readers, including a map and rich voice readings over dramatic drawings. The longest piece is a 37-minute director's profile that's strictly behind the scenes.

An audio commentary by the actors who portray the four kids is a snooze—they giggle a lot—and a separate commentary track with Adamson and others is mostly technical, not story or character driven. It is telling, as producer Mark Johnson expresses delight that kids jumped in their seats when the wolves attack the girls, and they crow about special effects in a movie with a vermin-infested animal sacrifice in a winter wonderland governed by some mystical thing called Deep Magic. This premiere collector's edition DVD sufficiently chronicles the blockbuster's spectacle.
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