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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Synopsis
A painting draws Lucy (Georgie Henley), Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and their cousin into Narnia again.

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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
The Dawn Treader doesn't so much reinvent the "Narnia" franchise as do what's needed, and expected, with a little more zip than the...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
This is a rip-snorting adventure fantasy for families, especially the younger members who are not insistent on continuity. Director Michael...
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By Michelle Orange
Well-paced, well-performed and full of visual wows, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader bobbles a hectic story by stopping just short of...
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
Maybe it's the postproduction 3-D enhancements, but in this effects-laden Odyssey for tweens, sometimes humans and beasts seem more...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Kids, of course, are unlikely to get the religious allusions. All they'll see is a decent family adventure, perfectly suited to a cold...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Amy Biancolli
The third and most uneven film adaptation in the series.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
The Dawn Treader, like its predecessors, has no real struggle or drama. We're dealing with kids for whom everything comes too easily for us...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
I'm confounded by the fact that, aside from the Pevensie siblings and their nicely obnoxious cousin, absolutely everything and everyone...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
It's serviceable, but certainly not much fun.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
After slipping badly with the second installment two years ago, the Narnia franchise does a full-on belly flop with this third.
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can't believe it

By themoviereviewer
I keep seeing these movies because of the cast is still together after all of these movies. What about the other 2 kids? I hope they don't die. In Prince Caspian they are all together, but according...


By Pirate rock 21
hey hopfully a good movie just hav hope!!!!!...

This Lion will rock your world!

By mike1972r
Just saw it last night at sneak preview. It is wonderful movie. Takes some liberty with the original story from the book but overall there is a little bit for everyone in the family and the ending...

outstanding! You have to see it! Go to the theater! Do it now!

By cylarz
I've been waiting for this movie ever since before the first one, as "Dawn Treader" was my favorite book in the series. It was definitely worth the wait! The acting is absolutely superb, the computer...


By jhubach1
this movie look like an awesome movie i cant wait to see it heard it comes out December 10, 2010 this movie look Sweeeeeet! i think it will be really great.....................

I gotta wait HOW LONG?

By juanitodelgrande
Just saw Prince Caspian. Fantastic! Unbelievable. I'd read the books as a kid, and I'd reread them to my daughter when she was growing up. Is the movie better than the book? In this case, it's...

hopfuly a good movie

By KidsAt Heart
will a new narnia!!!! can't wait to see it . as for the kids that is not coming back why ?? i still don't understand . all the kigs and queens must return . but any ways i love the books and the...

i luv Chronicles of Narnia

By actionsquad
i could not wait to go see Prince Caspian and when i did awsome !!!!!!!!!!! it could not get any better than that . when i was younger my mom read out loud the three first books to me and my...

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

By enicoletti
Do not listen to the critics! This movie was an A+ -- the BEST movie I have seen in a very long time. I took my children, and although they may have not understood the underlying symboism, it was a...


By whadayasay
If you have read the series by CS Lewis I know you will feel as I did...captivated! It was dreamy to see characters and scenes that up till now where only in my imagination. The scenery, artwork,...

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Rated PG | For Some frightening images and sequences of fantasy action
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Engaging third Narnia adventure is fun for tweens and up.
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