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The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader

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Overall 8

a great film for the entire family, and the type of film that belongs in December and should be watched time and time again by young and old alike!

Jeremiah Michael Stewart (js38336@hotmail.com), IMDb
2 December 2010
  • Summary: Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader It has been a few years now and a studio, director, and production team change since we last had a Narnia film but finally the third film in the series, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, has finally come to screen and what can I say? It is well worth your money for you and your entire family to see it.
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Overall 7

Splendid adaption if you get over some bad dialogue

theycallmemrglass, IMDb
30 November 2010
  • Summary: I have watched this film in 3d at a preview screening in London. First of all, I do not recommend anyone watching this in 3d. It is too dark and the action is just a motion blur. It's dreadful. As for the film, there is much to enjoy with excellent visual effects, action set pieces (though ruined for me by the 3D) and a couple of stand out characters. But unfortunately there is also much to cringe at in some bouts of terrible dialogue.
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Overall 8

Best of the three so far

Trudie, Flicks
20 February 2012
  • Summary: 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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Overall 8


rbmusicman, play.com
28 April 2011
  • Conclusion: must admit when i heard 'disney' had dropped the options for the series and 'fox' had taken it up i was apprehensive in regards to it's future, however needn't have worried, the third in the series is a 'cgi' spectacle to behold,and maintains the quality 'disney' brought to the first two. the story see's the younger family members 'edmund' and 'lucy' along with their irritating cousin 'eustace' pulled into 'narnia' to join 'caspian' on another adventure.
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