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Lucy and Edmond now lives with their cousin Eustace and his parents. It’s not a pleasant acquaintance for neither the siblings nor Eustace as they keep getting on each other nerves all the time. Lucy and Edmond talks about their adventures in Narnia but their bitter and younger cousin don’t believe a word they say. But wait, all of a sudden a secret passage into the world of Narnia appears. They find themselves in the water next to a great big ship called the Dawn Treader and get rescued from drowning by Prince Caspian himself. The journey goes onward to the unchartered waters in the kingdoms outskirts, towards the land beyond the sea – the land of Aslan.
I don’t think there is anyone who can claim that the first
part of the series – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
isn’t the most famous and widely spread story of the all. I
say the first since it was the first to be published even if The
Magicians Nephew takes place first. That’s a story
I’d be happy to see made in this new context. But this is the
third part of this new film series and the third book to be written
too actually. Unfortunate I don’t think it hold up to the same
standards as the two previous movies, It’s more or less ok,
and it’s adequately made and all that but it misses something
I just can’t put my finger on. It feels like a “lighter”
fantasy adventure than the previous two movies but there was undeniably
potential to make it really exciting with undiscovered unknown worlds.
It could have been compared to the journeys made by Odysseus
or the adventure of Jason and the Argonauts. It’s
very similar to a Greek story but without the tragedy that usually
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