The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader


Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy

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Will Poulter as Eustace Scrubb
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Tilda Swinton as The White Witch
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Liam Neeson as Aslan
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Simon Pegg as Reepicheep
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850.08 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 53 min
P/S 3 / 9
1.59 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 53 min
P/S 4 / 60

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Reviewed by claudio_carvalho7 / 10

Great Adventure, Awesome CGI, Poor Acting

Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund Pevensie (Skandar Keynes) are stranded in Cambridge, living in the house of their obnoxious cousin Eustace (Will Poulter),while the grown-ups Susan and Peter are living in the USA with their parents. When a painting of a ship sailing on the sea of Narnia overflows water in their room, Lucy, Edmund and Eustace are transported to the ocean of Narnia and rescued by King Caspian (Ben Barnes) and the crew of the ship The Dawn Treader. Caspian explains that Narnia has been in peace for three years but before he took his throne back, his uncle tried to kill the seven lords of Telmar, who were the closest and most loyal friends of his father. They fled to The Lone Island and no one has ever heard anything about them. Now Caspian is seeking out the lords of Telmar with his Captain Drinian (Gary Sweet),the rat Reepicheep and his loyal men. Sooner they discover that an evil form of green mist is threatening Narnia and the siblings and their cousin join Caspian in a quest to retrieve the seven swords of the seven lords of Telmar to save Narnia from evil.

"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" is a great adventure supported by awesome CGI and the delightful Reepicheep that "steals the film". Unfortunately the acting of the wooden lead trio - Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley and Ben Barnes – is very poor. Surprisingly Will Poulter and his weird eyebrow is a good comedian and is very funny. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "As Crônicas de Nárnia: A Viagem do Peregrino da Alvorada" ("The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Pilgrim")

Reviewed by MartinHafer7 / 10


I read "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" well over three decades ago, so the plot is not at all familiar to me. So, I can't really say how close this film is to the book. I noticed a few other reviewers commented how the film was NOT that similar--and perhaps that is the case.

In this installment of the series (and probably the last judging by the box office receipts),Lucy, Edmund and their VERY annoying younger cousin, Eustace, are sucked into Narnia through a painting. The are soon rescued by a ship bearing Prince Caspian and they set off on an adventure--though for a while no one knows what that will be. Soon, they learn about some missing swords and they go off in search of them--not knowing that it once again bring them into contact with the White Witch AND that one of them will be turned into a dragon (really).

Like the other Narnia films, this one is one action scene after another. While I liked the characters (particularly that mega-cool mouse),the film is NOT about the characters as much as the action scenes. So, if you are looking for cerebral, this film is not for you. And, I wouldn't recommend the film for very young viewers, as it's a bit intense. Overall, worth your time but not brilliant.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird8 / 10

The best of the movie series so far

I personally liked The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, but I wasn't so taken with Prince Caspian, while not a bad movie it could have been much better. I love the books, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was always my personal favourite, but Voyage of the Dawn Treader I loved just as much.

As for this adaptation of Voyage of the Dawn Treader, while not completely perfect it was the best yet for me. It was a little too long however, and there is some wooden dialogue at times with Caspian's dialogue not as well fleshed out as it could have been. That said, there are some improvements over Prince Caspian. One is Ben Barnes, I found him bland and a bit too eager to please in Prince Caspian but here he is much more charismatic and warmer too.

The pace is another improvement, I found it rather lethargic in the previous two entries particularly in Caspian making the story not as engaging as it should have been, but in Voyage of the Dawn Treader the pace is brisker and the story as well as truer in spirit is easier to get into. The direction feels more confident as well.

The strengths of the previous two movies are also in abundance. Once again, Voyage of the Dawn Treader is visually stunning. The scenery is beautiful with a etheral and almost epic feel particularly in the sweeping action sequences, the cinematography is fluid and skillful and the special effects alone are what makes this entry the best of the series so far particularly with Dawn Treader which is gorgeously realised. The score is pleasant to listen to and memorable, it doesn't intrude too much and fits well with each scene.

The acting is pretty much very good. Georgie Henley has improved hugely having grown in so much confidence, although Skandar Keynes isn't quite as enthusiastic this time around though he was decent. Will Poulter is delightfully obnoxious and selfish as Eustace, but his character transformation contrasted beautifully towards the end. Reepicheep comes close to stealing the show voiced very well by Simon Pegg, Tilda Swinton is still quite chilling in her brief appearance as the White Witch and Aslan is majestically voiced by Liam Neeson. The ending is also very well-done and quite moving.

All in all, a surprisingly good film and the best of the series so far. 8/10 Bethany Cox

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