Prince Caspian

July 1, 2009

Around the same time I saw Terminator I also saw Prince Caspian. I’m a big fan of the Narnia books and the movies are awesome so far. Although I don’t see how they are going to be able to make all of them since some of them can be a little politically incorrect in todays geopolitical climate, but I hope they do. Anyway, It seems while The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe made around 700 million dollars Caspian only made 400 million and that didn’t suit Disney so they dropped the series. It was partly my fault since I was waiting to watch it on DVD and then didn’t get it until way after it came out. I’ll have to correct that mistake when Voyage Of The Dawn Treader comes out in 2010. Prince Caspian is the second written book in the Narnia series, but fourth in Narnian chronological order. I wished they’d have done them in that order, but not as many people know about The Magicians Nephew as they do The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe so I guess they figured they’d start where C.S. Lewis started. Prince Caspian starts hundreds of years after Wardrobe and Narnia has fallen into ruin as a race of men has come into the land and subjugated and killed many of the Narnians like the talking animals, fauns, and dwarves. Prince Caspian was one of those people, but he wasn’t a bad guy at heart and so through a series of events he ends up fighting with the Narnians against his own people. They added a lot of extra stuff that wasn’t in the books and more battles which is always good so if you haven’t had a chance to see Prince Caspian you should check it out. Even if you’re not a fan of Narnia you might still like it anyway.


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