The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Full Screen Edition)

by Andrew Adamson (Director)

DVD, 2013

Call number

Family, DVD 12



Buena Vista Home Entertainment / Disney (2006)


The four Pevensie children - Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy - return to Narnia, only to discover that hundreds of years have passed since they ruled there. Now, crowning himself king, the evil General Miraz has taken charge. The children enlist the help of a heroic mouse called Reepicheep. They set out to find the exiled Prince Caspian, determined to see him rightfully named king.

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LibraryThing member worldsedge
Overall enjoyable, but the f/x seemed a bit thin at points, as when Lucy and Susan were riding on Aslan's back. The Christian theme was played down, which to my eyes was all to the good. The actress who played the White Witch was the only real standout.
LibraryThing member dvincent
LibraryThing member QKmatey
Aslan is the king of narnia, the wisest of the land and a lion king. this story is set in a secret world behind a closet of a house.
i think this story is good for advanced readers who like a lot of adventures and sword age stuff.
LibraryThing member scsaglib
Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter stumble through an old Wardrobe found in the home they were went to for refuge during the bombing of London during WWII. On the other side they find a fascinating world where the animals talk, and it is always winter but never Christmas due to the domination of an evil
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queen. They fulfill an old prophecy where four human children assist Aslan the Lion in overcoming the queen and restoring the kingdom to its rightful stage. Very definite allegory on the redemption theme of the New Testament, with Aslan being a Christ like figure, who gives his own life for the crimes of others thus defeating the power of the evil witch queen, symbolic of the devil.
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LibraryThing member BookloverA
I enjoyed the book but it was somewhat different from the movie version
LibraryThing member Eurekas
Well acted, excellent CG Animation, and sticks pretty much to the original story.
LibraryThing member SueinCyprus
I thought this was wonderful!

It's the first film I'd seen in the cinema for at least two years, and despite my dislike of cinemas in general, it was well worth it. A Brilliant adaptation of 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' that looks far more modern and believable than the 1980s BBC version,
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good though that was.

Highly recommended - and we bought the DVD as soon as it came out.
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Hugo Award (Nominee — 2006)
Academy Award (Nominee — 2005)



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