Lucy and Edmund Pevensie return to Narnia with their cousin Eustace where they meet up with Prince Caspian for a trip across the sea aboard the royal ship The Dawn Treader. Along the trip, they encounter merfolk, dragons, dwarves, and a wandering band of lost warriors. As the edge of the world draws near, their remarkable adventure at sea sails toward an exciting, yet uncertain, conclusion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
This time around Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their pesky cousin Eustace Scrubb find themselves swallowed into a painting and on to a fantastic Narnian ship headed for the very edges of the world.
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Jay S (ca) wrote: So of the space movies I've recently watched this was by far the best. Of no coincidence, it was also the most (seemingly) plausible... EXCEPT for the sheer idiocy of the characters involved and the choices being made in such high risk circumstances. I recognize that a movie needs surprises and danger to raise tension and create entertaining drama, but could the writers not be creative enough to create that drama in spite of them being cautious, weighing risks, and not doing practices with so very little thought to consequence?! Who goes out of a ship with a tether to another man, BUT NOT TO THE SHIP!? At least had they had some sort of propulsion system, that might have made sense, but just going out there, and if you slip, well , sucks to be you?! Doubtful. I could go on and on... In any case, we won't find life on Europa just because there's water even if there's heat. Life takes more than that even in a make-believe evolutionary system. And certainly nothing as sophisticated as what they encountered... Nevertheless, this movie showed us why Blair Witch type films are earldom enjoyable... not enough cameras. This was actually able to tell a story and tell it interestingly due to the many angles. Well done.
Brian K (de) wrote: The discussions on string theory vs. multiverse may prove repetitive but the groundbreaking research these men and women are doing is fascinating.
Rebecca H (br) wrote: I would never watch this again or recommend it. Not my type of movie at all...I was disappointed with the plot...
Nick M (ca) wrote: This is an easily forgettable and bleak look at some kind of future that looks very close to our own time. There's very little conflict, but worth watching if you'd like to compare the similarities between this and 'Brief Encounter' which the plot is very reminiscent of.
Michael O (ca) wrote: I love Adrien Brody. This movie is watchable, but not the greatest...
Cheryl M (br) wrote: wow. this one sounds F*d Uup. lol
Yuri B (us) wrote: This movie was a classic... can never be reduplicated or rebooted... this film will always be timeless.
Tim M (br) wrote: A classic for the serious film lover, (even garnering a deserved Criterion Collection edition), this film dared to be almost the opposite of what spy/anti-government films were at the time. It worried people cause it spoke of even things going on at the time. Brilliant timing, satirical and dark humor, and witty dialogue make this a very entertaining and humorous watch that you end up hoping won't end. Matthau is superbly cast as the aged CIA agent who is being put out to pasture for a younger and more "following the leader" type CIA man. His character is wise and clever and ready to have some "fun" with his forced ending of his job by getting back at his new short boss and showing the faults of the CIA. Ned Beatty is perfect as the boss trying to get Matthau at any cost, even if they have to kill the runaway man now writing his memoirs which embarrass the agency. Herbert Lom (known as Inspector Dreyfuss in the Pink Panther films) plays a great role as a Russian on the opposing side who likes Matthau and encourages him to write his memoirs. Sam Waterson (of Law & Order fame) plays the new CIA man, taking Matthau's spot but having been trained by the aged agent, and knows Matthau best and could be the man to foil him. Matthau isn't alone though as his lady friend, played suberbly by Glenda Jackson, helps him by verbally bashing CIA agents and covertly assisting Matthau in any way. It is a clever cat and mouse spy game and classical music fills the film adding to the laid back yet determined Matthau's character. The music is an intrical part of the film woven in and out as music for the audience and music played by Matthau to listen, whistle, and sing to as he plans out his web of fun revenge. The film is an underappreciated and underrated movie that speaks on deeper levels than just the story when thinking about the time period around it's release. A classic that if given the right attention and understanding will be seen as a great film.
Christopher L (ca) wrote: One of the least impressive films from the Farrelly Brothers. Sporadically funny with an ending that trumps everything we've been manipulated to feel for the Stiller character. Lame.
David L (nl) wrote: Saludos Amigos is the shortest Disney film ever clocking at forty two minutes, barely qualifying as a feature film and it is the first in the series of six so called package films that came from Disney in the postwar era. They basically consist of many segments and are not a coherent whole. Because they were forced to make those films because of the slow budget due to war, my criteria will be slightly less harsh.First off, the animation. It is, as expected, worse from any of the previous Disney's efforts, but it also has its strengths mainly in Aquarela do Brasil segments which has some beautiful abstract and inventive imagery.The soundtrack is solid - Aquarela do Brasil is catchy latino tune and Saludos Amigos is a solid opening.The film consists of four segments - Lake Titicaca, Pedro, El Gaucho goofy and Aquarela do Brasil.Lake Titicaca is the weakest segment in the film owing to the overall excessive documentary style and live-action footage, but it is also interesting to see Walt and the animators working on a feature film and Donald is cute and funny as always.Pedro is a typical and cliched story about a little plane going on a mission because his parents could not and it has typical ending. It is not particularly engaging, though there are some solid animated landscapes. But the narrator is what ruined this segment the most in such an annoying way that only toddlers cold enjoy that.El Gaucho Goofy is a Goofy segment in which he learns about horse riding and gear. I am not particularly fond of Goofy, but the meticulous approach clearly tells you how much time they spent learning about South America which makes you appreciate the effort and which is the chef reason why the film is, if anything, a great travelogue and historical artifact.Aquarela do Brasil is the last and eaisly the best segment. Colorful and abstract animation in the 'Fantasia' style is a nice touch and it features one of the most underrated Disney characters - Jose Carioca. He is very good - greatly animated and cast and very funny. His encounter with Donald is hilarious in the best sequence of the films - the scene at the streets. They are a great duo with good chemistry owing to Donald's charm and cuteness and Carioca's fast talk, an always present (and controversial) cigarette in his mouth and his tourist-friendly approach.Overall, Saludos Amigos is a solid film given its package status. Its segments aren't all engaging, but the last one saved the film with colorful animation, charming characters and solid score. It is at times funny, at times bland film, but as a historical artifact and travelogue, its quality is unquestionable.
Joetaeb D (us) wrote: A haunted house is more comedically focused and consistent than Scary Movie 5, but that doesn't stop it from falling back on most of the formulas, despite some good laughs
James O (ag) wrote: Definitely a shock. With a title like "Blacula", I was expecting a few politically incorrect racial jokes and statements, along with a hip, jive-talking vampire. The tagline, "His Bite was Outtasite!" further added to my suspicions. Well, I'm here to say, no chance. What we get is a well-crafted, dramatic vampire story with the most pitiful cinema creature since Frankenstein, Prince Mamuwalde (AKA Blacula). There re lots of times where you genuinely feel bad for this guy, and times hwere you wonder, "Why do I like him? He's killed innocent people!" William Marshall plays Mamuwalde excellently. If they had changed the title of the film, I'll bet this would be one of celluloid's (considered) masterpieces by the general public.
Leong C (de) wrote: Good story, nice, even pace.... plus solid performance from Hanks, as usual...