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DVD in an elaborate two-disc set, featuring two commentaries, three featurettes and a host of bonus materials. Between controversy over Christian imagery and the now-classic Saturday Night Live rap, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe became something of a cultural sensation in the past few months. Between kids, Christian groups, and Lord of the Rings fans looking for a fix, Narnia made nearly three-hundred million dollars. But now that the excitement has died down, is The Chronicles of Narnia worth a second-look, or should it have stayed in the wardrobe? The Movie During the Blitz in England, thousands upon thousands of children were sent away from their homes to distant relatives and philanthropists willing to take youngsters during the country's time of need. Although a necessary precaution to protect England's future, the action left many feeling abandoned and lonely, trapped in a weird world combining boredom and terror. In This Article.
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The Chronicles of Narnia - Battle Scene (2005)
The Chronicles of Narnia
The film of the well-known book. The four Pevensie children, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, evacuated to the country during the war, stumble on the magical world of Narnia through the back of an old wardrobe in the spare room. There they discover that they are the four humans prophesied to help Aslan bring the land out of its hundred-year winter under the rule of the evil witch Jadis. But Edmund betrays them all. Great special effects, especially during the final battle.
The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Final Battle (Part 1)
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Soon afterward, they venture through a magical wardrobe into the cursed, always-winter kingdom of Narnia, where they eventually fight in the great struggle between good and evil. The film is perfectly cast, and it seamlessly combines live action with sophisticated computer animation. The four children are excellent in their roles, and the performance of Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie is particularly powerful. Particularly notable is the overall direction by Andrew Adamson Shrek and Shrek 2 , a one-time special effects supervisor who has readily adjusted to the demands of his first live-action film. This film, unlike the endlessly repetitious Lord of the Rings trilogy, with its tiresome battle scenes and its tedious nine-hour journey, builds naturally and subtly to its stunning final battle in which the boys appear as medieval Catholic knights. While the many fans of the Narnia chronicles who had pre-release jitters about the film can now rest easily, their fears were well-founded.
Lewis ' fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia includes several battles set in Narnia , Archenland , and other places in the Narnian World. These are given below in an in-universe, fictional chronology while listing them in order of appearance. It is fought in Narnia at the edges of the Great River near the Fords of Beruna ,   in the year according to Lewis' Narnian timeline. The battle is fought between the Narnians led by Peter Pevensie and the army of the White Witch , following the apparent demise of the great Narnian leader, Aslan. It seemed to Lucy as if the Witch held the upper edge in the battle, petrifying many of Aslan's army with her wand, until the arrival of Aslan's reinforcements.