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Chronicles of Narnia, The

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MPAA Rating: PG
Theater Release: 12/9/2005
Video Release: 4/4/2006
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Where Magic Is Missing - By Jeffrey Chen
As many readers already know, there are two ways to approach The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (hereafter Narnia). The first is as a plain-faced fantasy, in which a group of kids are stranded in a magical land of talking animals,... MORE >>

A Faithful Adaptation - By Frank Wilkins
Drawing upon his own experience and culture, writer C.S. Lewis published The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe in 1950, the first in his The Chronicles of Narnia series. In doing so, Lewis not only penned a classic tale of adventure that entertained generations... MORE >>

Springtime for Christianity - By John P. McCarthy
What to expect from this live-action adaptation of C.S. Lewis' Christian allegory? Imagine a movie that's one part Lord of the Rings, one part Finding Neverland, and one part Passion of the Christ and you'll have a pretty good idea. Those are five (counting the Rin... MORE >>

A Lion in Winter - By Geoffrey D. Roberts
A family of five is sent running for their lives during Germanyís bombing campaigns in London, England, in 1940. For... MORE >>

Spectacular Storytelling - By Betty Jo Tucker
The gorgeous movie version of The Narnia Chronicles: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe takes your breath away with its spectacular sets and amazing special effects. Although the film is probably too long and frightening for very young children, most other viewers will... MORE >>

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