The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion of Narnia

  England during the Second World War: To protect against bomb attacks on the British capital, the four siblings, Peter (William Moseley), Susan (Anna Popplewell), Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley) Pevensie in the country seat of the old Professor Kirke ( Jim Broadbent) is sent. The mysterious landowners want to be disturbed under any circumstances and shall prohibit his housekeeper Mrs. Macready (Elizabeth Hawthorne) the children to romp around and exploring the old walls. But that can be extremely reluctant to hold them. When Lucy discovers a magic wardrobe in games, wins the curiosity, Lucy climbs into the closet and suddenly landed in a strange world, is to access the piece of furniture: the world of Narnia! This country was once a peaceful paradise where people, animals and all sorts of mythical creatures lived together in peace and harmony. But since the White Witch (Tilda Swinton), the country has a curse, where there is perpetual winter. When Lucy returns to her real world, of course, her siblings do not want to believe it when she talks about Narnia, but then skipped the event and all of the Pevensie children arrive in Narnia. When they try to break the curse of the evil witch, and to help the rightful ruler of Narnia, the lion Aslan, to its former power to begin the greatest adventure of their lives …

, according to press booklet is The Chronicles of Narnia help the greatest Disney production of all time, but this kind of superlatives, but the film is at least questionable. These characters are not times as bad, because with Andrew Adamson (Shrek and Shrek was 2) in fact a successful director will be required, and the incredible number of world’s 85 million books sold, the novel by CS Lewis also led us to expect a lot. The result, however, rather disappointed, the characters all act very pale and unloving, and the entire movie tie hardly knows about 140 minutes long term. Overall, the film seems rather childish and simple in the message of the eternal struggle of good versus evil. Maybe it’s this simple picture of the world that Disney launched the idea, just before the film starts a whole new layer of audience to be targeted – the conservative Christians. Therefore, the film in the U.S., is touted as a savior-advertised and fabulous. Whether it’s going well, you must still wait, however, are likely to fantasy fans, however, less likely to flow into the film.

Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion of Narnia Original Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe Country of production: U.S. Year of production: 2005 Length: 138 (Min) of material: Buena Vista

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