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“Voyage of the Dawn Treader” Follow Up

I just saw “The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader” for the second time tonight. This time, though, it was in final form and in 3D. Overall, I was very pleased again. I cannot recommend this movie enough. While there are differences from the book, I do not think they matter as much as the changes they made in “Prince Caspian.” In fact, I think most of the changes helped the movie plot.

As for the 3D version, I will say that it is mostly not worth the extra money you will pay. Sure, it looks stunning! However, having experienced the movie in both 2D and 3D, I can honestly say that my experiences were pretty much the same. There were a few scenes that looked great in 3D, especially when they are sailing, but there was never a time when I felt completely overwhelmed.

With all that being said, please go out and support this movie! I really really want them to make the rest of the books into movies, and that will only happen if they make a good profit. I know some of you probably think I work for them or something…and while I have volunteered to do so for the last two movies, that is not the case for this one. I am just a huge fan of Narnia and C.S. Lewis.

If you saw the movie, I would love to hear your thoughts!

YM Resource – “Dawn Treader” Youthworker Guide

As you know, I am a huge fan of the “Chronicles of Narnia.” I was able to see an early screening of “Voyage of the Dawn Treader” last week (thoughts here), and I highly recommend it for everyone. I recently signed up through Interlinc for their “Narnia Insider” program through Interlinc.

As a Narnia “Insider” you will receive a FREE 16 page “Behind The Scenes” Youthworker Guide, (PDF) packed with articles, Bible study materials, Biblical themes, and a timeline to help you make the most of the movie.

HEAD TO THE “NARNIA INSIDER” PAGE TO SIGN UP!

“Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader” is out in theaters December 10, 2010. Be sure to take your youth group, encourage families, and to support this film yourself.