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Join Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter, four siblings who step through a magical wardrobe and find the land of Narnia. There, the they discover a charming, once peaceful kingdom that has been plunged into eternal winter by the evil White Witch, Jadis. Aided by the wise and magnificent lion Aslan, the children lead Narnia into a spectacular, climactic battle to be free of the Witch's glacial powers forever!
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i can relate to edmund because i, too, would betray my whole family for turkish delight
I have described the films about Middle Earth as a way of escaping reality, as a way of letting my mind go, and just disappear for a while.
I have just started reading the Narnia books for the first time, and watching the first film again made me realize how much more this story lets my mind go.
It must be because this is a story first taking place in our real world, transcending into a fantasy world. Watching the kids walking through that wardrobe and entering the world of Narnia, just reminds me so much of my childhood and how I used to daydream myself into other worlds (hell, I still do, dammit!), and living out my fantasies and doing all the things I couldn't do in real life.
C.S. Lewis' amazing imagination has truly created a universe that I can relate to, and I will forever cherish the books and the films for that.
me: *also knocks edmund the fuck down*
The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of books that is very dear to me. I have always had great pleasure reading them and I think they represent a benchmark in fantasy literature aimed at children and young adults. The books explore themes of faith (in oneself and higher powers) and the strength of family on a deeper level, all drenched in an epic fantasy backdrop that alludes to myths and religion.
On to the film then. I'll start by saying that it looks absolutely stunning. The cinematography is beautiful and most of the CGI is fine and it sports some great set pieces. And that's about it. It has nothing of the…
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As a kid when the film was originally released, I had The Chronicles of Narnia placed in my Top 100 films of all-time, I bet. I admired the set-up of kids drawn into a fantasy world and leading a battle for freedom and all that good stuff. As an adult, though diminished in quality quite a bit, mainly on my appreciation for much better fantasy flicks like Lord of the Rings, it's still very good fantasy for families of young and old. There's clearly some stilted acting coming from some of the child performances, but are still solid enough in conviction…
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Great winter flick filled with nostalgia and a fierce Tilda Swinton. Wondering if it's better before Christmas with the Santa reference, or Spring to give you that last bit of hope before the warm weather is here to stay.
Start of the Christmas season.
BORE RING. For instance:
During the hide and seek scene...
Honestly this holds up better than I expected. The acting is all over the place and very few effects shots work, but it's actually shot, costumed, and designed really well. Those scenes between Tumnus and Lucy are...woof, they do not read well at all.
interesting story, nice visuals....i Live for fantasy creatures in film but there really arent too many adequate films that have them, so it was loads of fun to see fauns and griffins and centaurs and the like as a main focus of the film w/ such good graphics. made it worth having to see Tilda Whomevers nasty ass white girl dreads multiple times
I forgot how much I love this movie
Man kan knap nok se at denne film er fra 2005, og med alt dens CGI, må det siges at være en præstation. Det kan jeg kun have respekt for.
Disney neoclassic recaptures the magical feeling the company used to deliver us back on their golden age.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
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