The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Content Advisory: There are a few frightening and intense scenes that may be too scary for young children.

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Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Date watched: 1/8/19

Directed by: Andrew Adamson

Based on a book series by C. S. Lewis

Starring: Tilda SwintonGeorgie HenleyWilliam MoseleySkandar Keynes, Anna Popplewell, James McAvoy, Liam Neeson

Date Released: 2005

Genre: Adventure, Family, Fantasy

Content Rating: PG

Plot Summary: Four children travel through a magical wardrobe to a land called Narnia only to find that they were destined to be the ones who save it from the tyranny of a wicked ruler.

Major Themes: Friendship, Family, Responsibility, Magic


This movie has been a classic since I was young. We would always have to read the book before watching the movie which helped us to understand it and get the most out of it that we could.

The acting is great, the sets are awesome, and the CGI is ahead of its time. I love the theme of good triumphing over evil and Christ conquering the grave. This is one of those movies that leaves everyone feeling good and a is wonderful adaptation of a great book. I love to learn all about how they made the movie and about the friendships that developed behind the scenes, everyone who takes part in this movie had a good time, including the actors. They wanted to make a masterpiece in this movie and in my opinion, they did.

Would I recommend this? One Hundred percent, I love this movie and all of its analogies. It would be great for almost everyone.

My rating out of ten: 10 – Masterpiece

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