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May 22, 2008
The sequel to 2005?s ?Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe? leaves the audience wanting. Plain and simple. The first film was great. Visually spellbinding, compelling story, Christian parallels present but not too strong. A good movie. This one ? not so much. In this installment, the second film is actually the fourth book of the seven-book series by C. S. Lewis, it is 1300 years after the Pevensie children?s first trip to Narnia. Aslan the Lion has been gone for that time and when the children return, they find all the magical creatures in Narnia have been oppressed and driven into hiding by the invading humans, the Telmarines.
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By Charly Shelton | December 8, 2005
If you thought you were getting out of dragon, ogre and griffin toys this year now that the "Lord of the Rings" saga has finally come to a close, you are so very wrong. For anyone going through Hobbit withdrawals, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" is released Friday, Dec. 9. Based on the classic children's fantasy book series by C. S. Lewis, "Narnia" follows four siblings through a magic wardrobe into a land called Narnia that is cursed into a hundred years winter by its illegitimate queen, The White Witch.
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May 22, 2008
The sequel to 2005?s ?Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe? leaves the audience wanting. Plain and simple. The first film was great. Visually spellbinding, compelling story, Christian parallels present but not too strong. A good movie. This one ? not so much. In this installment, the second film is actually the fourth book of the seven-book series by C. S. Lewis, it is 1300 years after the Pevensie children?s first trip to Narnia. Aslan the Lion has been gone for that time and when the children return, they find all the magical creatures in Narnia have been oppressed and driven into hiding by the invading humans, the Telmarines.
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