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May 06, 2013
April 30, 2013
Love it! One of the best movies!
December 31, 2010
One of the best in the series.
January 19, 2009
Really interesting...again. cant wait 4 the voyage of dawn treader
January 08, 2009
This next addition the the Chronicles of Narnia again holds true to the vision of C.S. Lewis and his attempt to point out life leasons with this bedtime like story. Just as Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe pointed out the worlds that could be seen when you look with a child's curiosity, Prince Caspian teaches the leasons of pride and fear and how each can get in the way of having true success.
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Quite a bit darker than "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," both in look and in mood. It is also in some ways more satisfying. Full Review
As portrayed by William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley and especially Anna Popplewell as Susan, the Pevensies still make for terrific tween protagonists, and Aslan, the majestic mythical lion voiced by Liam Neeson, is still a breathtaking manifestation of the Cat Upstairs. Full Review
An exhilarating fantasy adventure marred only by its length and protracted climactic battle scenes. Full Review
They may make for clunky religious parables, but the Narnia books--and so far, the movies based on them--are wonderful as stories about childhood and its loss. Full Review
Overall, while not as strong in terms of plotting or character development, Prince Caspian is nevertheless a better cinematic experience than its predecessor, if only because it feels more confident and polished. Full Review