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  • Unfortunately, during the course of the film, Aslan must sacrifice himself for the life of young Edmund who foolishly trusted the White Witch and oddered more than he was able to give, so, Aslan graciously gave all he could to spare the life of the child

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      The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, directed by Andrew Adamson is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for battle sequences and frightening moments. The original release date was December 9, 2005 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Family/Fantasy and stars Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie, Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie, William Moseley as Peter Pevensie, Anna Popplewell as Susan Pevensie, Tilda Swinton as White Witch and James McAvoy as Mr. Tumnus.

      A remake of a


      classic children’s story by Disney Picture Studios, this film takes us on an adventure through a wardrobe that enters into a parallel dimension filled with mystical creatures and a world riddle with war and termoil. These four children have been prophecized to lead a new and brighter future for the inhabitants of Narnia.

      To learn of their destiny, the four children must meet with the wise and all-knowing lion named Aslan…voice by Liam Neeson. He is the gaurdian so to say of the world of Narnia. Unfortunately, during ...


      • the course of the film, Aslan must sacrifice himself for the life of young Edmund who foolishly trusted the White Witch and oddered more than he was able to give, so, Aslan graciously gave all he could to spare the life of the child.

        In order to end the reign of snow and cold offered by the White Witch, war is waged and this is where you will notice a horde of magnificent and fabled creatures show up and engage in battle…”All for Asland” was their cry…”Down with

        the White Witch”. A one sided battle cry for all those in the side of truth and justice.

        Where this movie fell short for me was the fact that I didn’t see any blood, unlike that of Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings, blood was in short to no supply in this epic adventure. I guess appealing to kids is Disney’s standpoint, but it failed to appeal to older audiences in that regard. I was disappointed regarding that. But apart from that, this movie was truly entertaining.




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