The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader


C.S. Lewis' third book in his series of seven novels for children, The Chronicles of Narnia... More

Lucy and Edmund (Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes, returning from the previous two films) are spending a boring holiday with their cousin Eustace Clarence Stubb (Will Poulter) – a dull and mean little boy. When a painting of a ship on the wall of Lucy's wall comes to life, the three children are drawn into Narnia – dumped into the ocean to be rescued by the Dawn Treader.

On board is none other than King (formerly Prince) Caspian (Ben Barnes). The kids join Caspian on his search for the seven lost Lords of Narnia, to fulfil a promise to Aslan (Liam Neeson).Hide

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BY Gambit70 grader

Some good special effects... the odd laugh... but is fairly boring really.

BY CSBright superstar

Best one yet

BY Wice superstar

Generally I love this sort of fantasy movie - where one can escape like the characters to a magical alnd. However, this one managed to get me somewhat bored. Unfortunately, I found the acting pretty awful although I remember loving the Naria children in earlier movies. As for hubbie, he hated it and made me promise never to take him to anything like this again. If this is not a family movie and rather made for children, then take the older ones as there were enough scary bits to frighten... More little ones for a good few nights.Hide

BY Trudie nobody

Thought this was great. Took my 6 year old who thought it was cool if a bit scary towards the end. Of the 3 Narnia movies I thought this was the best story and best looking.

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  • While this film is the weakest of the three, these stories are so fantastical and memorable, the books so beloved, that The Dawn Treader is still a good vessel to board for kids of all ages. Full Review

  • All the wonders of a writer's imagination can conjure up and a filmmaker can translate onto the screen are captured in the Narnia series. The children for whom these films are made will hitch their own imaginations to the film and fly into Narnia land Full Review

  • This f/x-heavy third adaptation of the Christian-themed fantasy series feels routine and risk-averse in every respect, as if investment anxiety had fatally hobbled its sense of wonder. Full Review

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