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annemarie (Age 13)
(Gender female)
Location: San Diego , United States

Lewis Fan Level: Read all of them
Posted: 2011-01-16
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The Chronicles of Narnia Reviews
The Chronicles of Narnia Reviews
THE RATINGS
MAKE-UP (3)
MUSIC (SCORE) (4)
ART DIRECTION (5)
ACTING (5)
CINEMATOGRAPHY (4)
COSTUME DESIGN (5)
DIRECTING (4)
SPECIAL EFFECTS (5)
EDITING (5)
SCREENPLAY (5)


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I watched the latest Narnia movie last night at my Navy Base theater. Mom wouldn't let me see it unless it was free. But believe me, it was definitely worth the wait.

The beginning was very well written. It showed how Edmund want to be the hero he really is in Narnia, but in his own world. Lucy accepted the fact that they are back better,since she didn't have to impress everyone with her battle skills(since she had none). The letter form Peter and Susan was nice touch. Eustace crack me up. The actor did a great with him.

My favorite scene is a tie between the Book of Magic Spells(which was my favorite scene in the book) or Lucy temptation scene. The Dufflepuds were as funny as they were in the book, I think they did really well with them. The spell that made it snow was beautiful.

Lucy temptation scene was really well done, a spectacular acting job by Miss Georgie Henley. I like how they had the whole scene with Peter and Susan, and not because William Mosley was in it. Aslan was wonderful with Lucy.

I also like Edmund temptation was with the White Witch. I thought that was a good touch, since his temptation was him wanting to rule over all. Since she was the first person that suggested him to be king, I thought it suited the situation perfectly. Edmund also showed his darker side(Skander Keynes did an amazing job with it), which we haven't scene since LWW.

The bonding with Reepicheep and Eustace was magical, just like the book. I absolutely loved it.

The only thing that I was disappointed with was that it did not stayed true to the book. That's a pet peeve of mine.

Overall, the movie was magical, just like C.S Lewis intended it to be.

The Chronicles of Narnia Reviews
SPECIFIC QUESTIONS
LucyGeorgie Henley's performance as Lucy Pevensie (5)
EdmundSkandar Keynes's performance as Edmund Pevensie (5)
King CaspianBen Barnes's performance as King Caspian (4)
Eustace ScrubbWill Poulter's performance as Eustace Scrubb (5)
AslanLiam Neeson's performance as the voice of Aslan (5)
ReepicheepSimon Pegg's performance as the voice of Reepicheep (4)
DrinianGary Sweet's performance as Drinian (3)
Lord BernTerry Norris's performance as Lord Bern (5)
Lord RhoopBruce Spence's performance as Lord Rhoop (3)
CoriakinBille Brown's performance as Coriakin (3)
LiliandilLaura Brent's performance as Liliandil (1)
The White WitchTilda Swinton's cameo as The White Witch (5)
SusanAnna Popplewell's cameo as Susan Pevensie (5)
PeterWilliam Moseley's cameo as Peter Pevensie (5)
TavrosShane Rangi's performance as Tavros (4)
RhinceArthur Angel's performance as Rhince (4)
GaelArabella Morton's performance as Gael (5)
Supporting CastThe supporting cast, including Rachel Blakely's performance as Gael's Mum; Steven Rooke's performance as Nausus the Faun; Tony Nixon's performance as Rynelf; Roy Billing's performance as Chief Dufflepud; Mirko Grillini's performance as Belligerent Telmarine; etc. (5)
Michael AptedMichael Apted bringing The Voyage of the Dawn Treader to the big screen (4)
CGRealism of the computer-generated creatures of Narnia (Aslan, Reepicheep, Dufflepuds, Dragon, Serpent) (4)
Green MistThe addition of the green mist, Narnia's natural reaction to evil being introduced to the world. (Also using a bit of the plot of The Silver Chair.) (5)
Seven SwordsThe addition of the seven swords as gifts of Aslan to protect Narnia. (1)
Introduction of EustaceThe opening introduction of Eustace scenes in Cambridge (5)
Entry to NarniaThe children's entry to Narnia (5)
The Dawn TreaderThe realization of The Dawn Treader (5)
NarrowhavenThe realization of Narrowhaven (4)
GoldwaterThe realization of Dragon / Goldwater Island (5)
Magician's IslandThe realization of the Magician's Island (5)
Magician's LibraryThe realization of the Magician's Library (5)
Aslan's TableThe realization of Ramandu's Island with Aslan's Table (2)
Serpent BattleThe final Battle with the serpent at the Dark Island (3)
UndragoningThe Un-Dragoning of Eustace by Aslan (4)
Ends of the WorldThe ends of the world with Aslan, Caspian, the children and Reepicheep (5)
Return to EnglandThe return to England and final moments of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (5)
Emotional EffectThe emotional effect of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (5)