The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

2008

Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy

223
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 168638

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Tilda Swinton as The White Witch
Liam Neeson as Aslan
Peter Dinklage as Trumpkin
William Moseley as Peter Pevensie
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by undeaddt 7 / 10

Can't stand the Prince.

This movie was nearly as good as the first part. I highly rate both of them, altho in this movie I can't stand Prince Caspian for some reason.. I can't stand the actor, altho he is a pretty good actor. The Narnia magic is fully present in this sequel also, so don't hesitate to watch it.

Reviewed by morganstephens512 5 / 10

Alright

This movie was okay. I read the book recently and I wonder now how could you make a 150 minute movie out of a book that feels like it's no more than 220 pages. I don't know but for movie reviews I try not to compare books to the films unless if a change really makes me mad. Anyways, so the movie takes place one year after the previous film does with the same main four people going to Narnia. Sounds basic enough which is good. I remember there being a lot of fighting for parts of the back story of the events of Caspian. Prince Caspian was a decent character in this movie played by a decent actor. Nothing more than that but also nothing less than that. There was also this love story between Susan (the older girl of the four kids) and Caspian but at the end she didn't want to be with him anymore. The most sad part of the movie to me was when Peter and Susan, the two oldest, found out that they were two old to even go back to Narnia anymore while Lucy and Edmund, the two youngest, still could. Like I said, this movie was decent. Throughout it felt like a average movie that wasn't either edging towards terrible or great. Just sort of in between. Which I find to be nice. How it seemed in the middle of the road.

Reviewed by connorveenstra 10 / 10

Underrated masterpiece of fantasy.

If that sounds like an exaggeration, be rest assured that it isn't. Despite the overwhelming amount of negativity aimed towards this film by fans of the book and the original film, Prince Caspian is a worthy sequel to the first film and even an improvement on its source material.

For a sequel perspective this does everything right. It raises the stakes, which gives the film a much darker edge, but in a mature way. The themes are also more mature, touching on aspects of faith, doubt, pride and revenge, which are all maturely explored without being too intense for children. The character arcs for everybody involved are excellent, unlike the first movie where they were introduced and then just kind of dropped. The acting is much better this time around and the set and costume design continue to be on point.

In terms of adaptation, even though it doesn't exactly stay true to the source material, I think it improves on it. All of the Pevense children, Prince Caspian and the rest of the cast are given definable personalities, as opposed to the book characters which were just self- inserts for children. The film has a surprising amount of interesting world building jumping off from the book, with the original Kings and Queens and even Aslan falling into myth and legend in this new Narnia.

I'm really sticking up for this one because I think it gets too much flack in general. With its mature themes, excellent battle scenes, flawless set design and fascinating world building, this is up there with the best of what Lord of the Rings or even Game of Thrones have to offer. Give it a chance.

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