Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader


The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader movie timeless classic by C.S. Lewis is getting the Hollywood treatment again as another part of the beloved The Chronicles of Narnia series has been made to the wide screen as the well known director Michael Apted turn his attention to bring the fans fanatically flocking at the theaters again to see the long awaited third installment of there favorite fantasy saga.


Lucy and Edmund are spending a dreary holiday with their cousin Eustace Clarence Scrubb, who is a rather dour and mean spirited little boy. They are unexpectedly drawn into Narnia when a painting of a ship on the wall of Lucy's room comes to life, and the three children fall into the ocean to be rescued by the Dawn Treader. Once safely on board, Lucy and Edmund are greeted by their friend Caspian (now King Caspian) who has undertaken a quest to find the seven lost Lords of Narnia, as he had previously promised to Aslan. Lucy and Edmund are delighted to be back in Narnia, but Eustace is less than enthusiastic. Reepicheep is also on board, as he has vowed to find the seas of the utter East.

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  2. nice! i've been awaiting for this. i've read all the narnia books and i can't wait to see this.

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  3. My cousin told me about this! I was surprised they were continuing the series after all this time! I plan to see it, though unsure if it'll be in the movies or not.

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  4. This actually looks really awesome for religious fantasy

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  5. Can't wait for this to come out. Loved the other movies. Edmund for highking!

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  6. Not a huge Narnia fan but this movie looks solid. I just hope the 3-D doesnt ruin it like it does most other movies.


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  8. narnia in 3-d would be sooo intense..

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  9. I liked narnia :) Might give this a try

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  10. im worried about the movies spoiling the books for me

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  11. these books were freakin amazing

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  12. I always feel like a moron when these movies and Harry Potter movies come out. People always compare them to the books, and I haven't read any of them. I'm just not a reader lol

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  13. Looks interesting. I haven't seen the first two.

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  14. this went completley under my radar, thanks.

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  15. cool looking preview i am waiting for more

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  16. Haven't read any of the books, will probably just stick to the movies.

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  17. Do you reckon I should read the books then watch it, or watch it then read the books:S had the same problem with harry potter!!

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  18. @Sweeeeeetas I would say you could just watch it first, But if you were to read then you would be able to see how it compares to the movie.

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  19. Haven't seen this one, but read all the books.. they are very good!

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  20. Not that big of a fan, though I may go see this. Looks really interesting.

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