The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader


Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 49%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 58%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 123003


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Tilda Swinton as The White Witch
Liam Neeson as Aslan
Simon Pegg as Reepicheep
Will Poulter as Eustace Scrubb
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850.08 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 53 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 9 / 10

A masterful conclusion to the trilogy

The third and final instalment of the recent big-budget adaptations of C. S. Lewis's NARNIA books, VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER is a mini-masterpiece in comparison to the strong PRINCE CASPIAN that came before it. As a film, it's fast-paced and engaging, a children's adventure film that feels refreshingly old-fashioned and much like the classic adaptations of Edith Nesbit, for example. I should note that I haven't read the book.

The plotting sees the older kids from the first two films jettisoned while the youngsters (Edmund and Lucy) now take their place. Once again, they team up with Caspian (Ben Barnes, never more than one dimensional) to go on an epic maritime adventure, tackling sea monsters, magic and a mysterious green mist en route.

A potential problem with VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER is that we've seen it all before, but this matters little when the film is so entertaining from the word go. This effects-packed movie features all manner of CGI backdrops and one or two CGI beasties, similar to the Harryhausen epics of old. Will Poulter, as newcomer cousin Eustace, gives a masterful and hilarious performance and a real star-making turn. The movie has a decent pace, the introductory scenes are very well realised (I loved the way the kids access Narnia this time around) and it's more colourful and involving as any PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN film you might name. For me, the trilogy ended on a high.

Reviewed by undeaddt 7 / 10

Maybe went a bit to far.

Altho, no matter how bad a Narnia sequel can come out, I will always like it just because it is Narnia. Anyway, I am not saying this sequel is bad. Actually, it is pretty good. The visuals in all 3 movies were astonishing and breathtaking. The positive in this part was the fact that there were less characters, so the director was more focused on them and we could feel that. But the bad thing is that for me, things maybe went a bit out of the box, if you get me.

Reviewed by jdgan 5 / 10

Good Film, Bad flaws

First off, this is an excellent film that continues the Narnia series. The writing is pretty good, and so is the VFX and acting (I loved the orange scene but why is ration stealing punishable by some capital punishment?) There are some flaws, the biggest being the cinematography, which is AWFUL. It felt like a behind the scenes look and if the camera was a bit more level and steadier, the film wouldn't be as annoying.

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