About this product
|Number of Discs:||2|
|Display Format:||2-Disc Set|
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (05/23/2008)
USA Today - Claudia Puig (05/17/2008)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (05/16/2008)
New York Times - A. O. Scott (05/16/2008)
Empire - Helen O'Hara (07/01/2008)
Most relevant reviews
- jescry9Apr 2, 2013by
what a movie!! one of my favorites hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
- reddot410Aug 21, 2009by
MOVIE IN FULL HD
More exciting than The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian continues the movie franchise based on C.S. Lewis' classic fantasy books. The movie picks up where the first left off... sort of. It's been a year since the Pevensie children--Peter (William Moseley), Susan (Anna Popplewell), Edmund (Skandar Keynes), and Lucy (Georgie Henley)--returned to England from Narnia, and they've just about resigned themselves to living their ordinary lives. But just like that, they're once again transported to a fantastical land, but one with a long-abandoned castle. It turns out that they are in Narnia again--and they themselves lived in that castle, but hundreds of years ago in Narnia time. They've been summoned back to help Prince Caspian (Stardust's Ben Barnes, resembling a young, cultured Keanu Reeves), the rightful heir to the throne who's become the target of his power-hungry uncle, King Mraz (Sergio Castellitto). And he's not the only one threatened: Mraz's people, the Telmarines, have pushed all the Narnians--the talking animals, the centaurs and other beasts, the walking trees--to the brink of extinction. Despite some alpha-male bickering, Peter and Caspian agree to fight Mraz alongside the remaining Narnians, including the dwarf Trumpkin (Peter Dinklage) and the swashbuckling mouse Reepicheep (voiced by Eddie Izzard). (Also appearing is Warwick Davis, who was in Willow and the 1989 BBC Prince Caspian.) But of course they most of all miss the noble lion, Aslan, who would have never let this happen to Narnia if he hadn't disappeared. Prince Caspian is epic, evoking memories of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings films. (Some of the battle elements may seem too familiar, but they were in Lewis's book.) And it's appropriate for kids (Reepicheep could have come out of a Shrek movie), though the tone is dark and there is a lot of death, albeit bloodless. After two successful films, Disney and Walden Media's franchise has proved successful enough that many of the characters are scheduled to return in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.Read full review
- missmissy41966Sep 5, 2010by
Everything was right on schedule. Nothing to complain about. Will do business with them again. My kids loved this movie.
- vagaylers5Jul 17, 2010by
I love the Chronicles of Narnia book series and thought the whole crew did a wonderful job of portraying Narnia. Just a fabulous movie!
- mostro30May 5, 2010by
Greate movie. The movie show wonderfuls colors. The blueray is fantastic. Narnia is my favorite movie. The experience was greate. I recomend that movie for you family.