Posted Dec 16th 2010, 12:57 PM
Major props to Dr. David C. Downing, whose essay on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Ignatius Insight) closes with this brilliant line:
I will not try to rate this movie in terms of stars, for stars in Narnia are magnificent living beings, not mere balls of hot gas or marks on a page!
Of course, even in our world, balls of hot gas and marks on a page are not what stars are, only what they are made of.
Is it possible that the makers of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
have made the best film in the series to date while charting a course even further from the book? I think it is. Perhaps it’s even because
the film diverges from the book to the extent that it does that I’m able to regard the film more for what it is than for what it isn’t.
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Douglas Gresham, Walden Media’s Micheal Flaherty and C. S. Lewis scholar Devin Brown discuss the book and the film.
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