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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Family
  • Year: 2010
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  • Rated: PG
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  • Rated: PG
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  • Year: 2010

Synopsis

Return to the magic and wonder of C. S. Lewis' epic world in this third installment of the beloved Chronicles of Narnia fantasy-adventure series. When Lucy and Edmund Pensive, along with their cousin Eustace, are swallowed into a painting and transported back to Narnia, they join King Caspian and a noble mouse named Reepicheep aboard the magnificent ship The Dawn Treader. The courageous voyagers travel to mysterious islands, confront mystical creatures, and reunite with the Great Lion Aslan and a mission that will determine the fate of Narnia itself!

Cast & Crew

Georgie Henley ... Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes ... Edmund Pevensie
Ben Barnes ... Caspian
Will Poulter ... Eustace Scrubb
Gary Sweet ... Drinian
Terry Norris ... Lord Bern
Bruce Spence ... Lord Rhoop

Reviews

Lisa Kennedy Denver Post | December 17, 2010

Not quite a must-see, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is nonetheless a sturdy outing with many of the charms that have become franchise trademarks.

Amy Biancolli Houston Chronicle | December 10, 2010

The visual splendor is still there, in moderate amounts.

Nancy Churnin Dallas Morning News | December 10, 2010

Despite some rejiggering of the book's plot, it's a film that should please Narnia fans and, if it does well, may lead to the return of Eustace in the next installment, The Silver Chair. Here's hoping.

Peter Rainer Christian Science Monitor | December 10, 2010

The 3-D effects are standard, the children and the prince are a bit bland, and Michael Apted's direction veers into listlessness, but there is, at times, a pleasing elegance to the production, too. It doesn't assault you.

Kyle Smith New York Post | December 10, 2010

Apted brings back a sense of the old-fashioned fun of the low-tech 1960s myths-and-monsters matinees, when no roiling sea ever failed to harbor a giant serpent -- and men stood in the bows of ships facing peril with chins of iron.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | December 10, 2010

It's great to be back in Narnia.

Eric D. Snider Film.com | December 09, 2010

Where the others aimed for greatness and missed, this one aims for middle-of-the-road and basically hits it.

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