The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrode

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Having 2 good movies at the end of the year is a treat to movie lovers. With this long-awaited Disney adaptation from CS Lewis, 4 children Peter, Susan, Edmond and Lucy travels to a professor’s country estate during the World War. A game of hide-and-seek leads young Lucy to a spare room containing a large wardrobe, she discovers something that will change their lives forever.

Narnia – The Land of magical beings and external winter. Our 4 young heros will save Narnia from the wicked witch with the help of Aslan the lion.

I love movies that can bring you to a fantasy world. Narnia did release the childlike tendencies in me. Kids would enjoy throughly enjoy the spectacle and bloodless battle scenes. While I thought the cast was okay, the cold witch (Tilda Swinton from Constantine) literally blew my feet off.

You may not like the movie for
1) Talking lions and beavers
2) Being touted as a children’s version of Lord of the Rings
3) Christian themes
Yes. I found it really strange that a talking lion reminded me of Jesus Christ.

Narnia did capture the wondrous imagination and I look forward to 6 more sequels. Although it is said to suffer from LOTR envy, children from 1 to 92 should enjoy it.

The Chronicles of Narnia – “Fabulous!” For children 1 to 92.

1 Responses to “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrode”

  1. Blogger Starbreez 

    Well, in the book, which is really a blatant reflection of the story of Christ, Aslan the lion is supposed to represent Him.

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