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  • The story for this franchise was too incomprehensible and it was boring at most

    • by ibizaspain

      The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the third installment movie franchise of the book The Chronicles of Narnia. There was a significant difference here as regards the main characters because it is only Edmund and Lucy were present. Susan and Peter were in America.

      After being transported to Narnia through a hanging painting in their bedroom, Edmund and Lucy together with their cousin joined Prince Caspian in the royal ship The Dawn Treader. They navigated the waters and made a stop in every island they passed.

      The first stop was Lone Islands, a Narnian territory but torn by slavery. The ruler was replaced after they recognized Prince Caspian.

      They then visited the island controlled by the invisible Dufflepuds. Lucy was forced to enter the castle of Coriakin to recite the spell which can wipe out invisibility.

      Then the third stop was on a place where they discovered a pool which can turn anything into gold. Eustace was overpowered with greed that he stole everything he could but consequently transformed him into a dragon.

      Then the next ...

      • stop was at Ramandu’s Island. Here, they discovered that there was some missing lords on Aslan’s table.

        The movie did well in visual effects and high-packed action fantasy but failed in providing a comprehensible plot. The screenplay was the reason why this movie picked average to not-so-good reviews. In the past episodes adapted from the book, the journey in the story was incredibly illustrative of a war epic and there was a beautiful climax. It showcased the discovery of Narnia by the main characters —Lucy, Edward, Susan

        and Peter. Then the prophecy that the white witch will be killed by these mortals. Then in Prince Caspian, the same thing, the story was like a continuation from the first franchise. But with this third installment, it was a drift from this kind of stories. I wanted something in the plot, something more magical and exciting but there was nothing to appreciate. The story for this franchise was too incomprehensible and it was boring at most. They were just visiting islands, clashing with antagonist and merely navigating the waters.

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