History Film / TheChroniclesOfNarnia

8th May '18 11:58:54 AM Termin8r
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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Not that Aslan wasn't an out-and-out jerk in the book, but his move counterpart is more soft-spoken, compassionate and fatherly to the protagonists than his book counterpart.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Not that Aslan wasn't was an out-and-out jerk in the book, but his move movie counterpart is more soft-spoken, compassionate and fatherly to the protagonists than his book counterpart.
6th May '18 8:36:53 AM Termin8r
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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Not that Aslan wasn't an out-and-out jerk in the book, but his move counterpart is more soft-spoken, compassionate and fatherly to the protagonists than his book counterpart.
12th Mar '18 12:51:03 AM Twiddler
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5th Mar '18 7:48:58 PM Parable
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** Minotaurs have hands, wolves don't. There's not a lot of useful things to do on a ship if you don't have opposable thumbs.
23rd Dec '17 11:46:13 AM nombretomado
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* TheBlitz: ''The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe'' opens with a [[ActionPrologue dramatic sequence]] depicting the bombing of central London by the German Luftwaffe, and the Pevensie family making a dash for their Anderson shelter. For a present-day audience, the scene drives home how truly terrifying the bombings must have been, whilst serving as the reason for the children's evacuation to the countryside.
30th Oct '17 5:42:06 PM Vilui
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** The expansion for the third one was also very well done as well, with little threads added showing Caspian and Edmund's brotherly friendship, Eustace and Reepicheep's bond, the inner struggles that Caspian, Edmund, and Lucy were all going through and a tiny, humorous one of Edmund being a bit of a thorn in Drinian's side. Also, seeing how Caspian was devastated to lose the Pevensie's a second time as they had become family to him was a wonderful expansion from the book.

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** The expansion for the third one was also very well done as well, with little threads added showing Caspian and Edmund's brotherly friendship, Eustace and Reepicheep's bond, the inner struggles that Caspian, Edmund, and Lucy were all going through and a tiny, humorous one of Edmund being a bit of a thorn in Drinian's side. Also, seeing how Caspian was devastated to lose the Pevensie's Pevensies a second time as they had become family to him was a wonderful expansion from the book.
15th Jul '17 1:12:58 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationExpansion: Many scenes that take only a paragraph or two in the books are greatly elaborated. Quite nicely, actually, especially for the first film. A good example is the final battle, which is barely covered in the book. There, the narration follows Susan, Lucy, and Aslan, who don't arrive until the very end of the battle. Also, the scenes of the Blitz are shown, which were probably necessary because children today often don't learn about WorldWarII in school until they're too old (or think they're too old) for films like this.

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* AdaptationExpansion: Many scenes that take only a paragraph or two in the books are greatly elaborated. Quite nicely, actually, especially for the first film. A good example is the final battle, which is barely covered in the book. There, the narration follows Susan, Lucy, and Aslan, who don't arrive until the very end of the battle. Also, the scenes of the Blitz are shown, which were probably necessary because children today often don't learn about WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII in school until they're too old (or think they're too old) for films like this.
25th Apr '17 1:09:02 PM Golondrina
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* EvilIsHammy: Sergio Castellitto obviously enjoys his role as Miraz. TildaSwinton has her moments, too, which doesn't make her acting less awesome.

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* EvilIsHammy: Sergio Castellitto obviously enjoys his role as Miraz. TildaSwinton Creator/TildaSwinton has her moments, too, which doesn't make her acting less awesome.
25th Mar '17 1:31:30 AM Wolfberries
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* CharacterDevelopment: All of the main characters get some. Susan, Edmund and Caspian have the most. Lucy gets a little between the 2nd and 3rd movies. Peter gets some for the worse in ''Prince Caspian'' and Eustace gets a lot in ''The Voyage of the Dawn Treader''.

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* CharacterDevelopment: All of the main characters get some. Susan, Edmund and Caspian have the most. Lucy gets a little between the 2nd and 3rd movies. Peter gets some for the worse Peter's flaws are examined more closely in ''Prince Caspian'' Caspian'', and Eustace gets a lot in ''The Voyage of the Dawn Treader''.
17th Mar '17 9:46:59 AM aftershocked
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* SlashFic: Apart from the [[StrangledByTheRedString Susan/Caspian]] ship, there really are no other usual pairings that do not involve [[HoYay partners of the same sex]], [[BrotherSisterIncest blood connections]], and [[{{Squick}} sometimes both at the same time]].

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* SlashFic: Apart from the [[StrangledByTheRedString Susan/Caspian]] ship, there really are no other usual pairings that do not involve [[HoYay partners of the same sex]], [[BrotherSisterIncest blood connections]], and [[{{Squick}} sometimes both at the same time]].time.
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