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Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Transcript of Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
About the Movie
Based on the popular book, Chronicles of Narnia brings the tale of Peter, Susan, Edmond, and Lucy's battle to defeat the evil witch, Jadis, to the screen. The children must join the forces of the good people of Narnia to put the lion, Aslan, back in charge as ruler. The key to winning the battle might be knowing their friends and their enemies.
About the books
The seven books that make up The Chronicles of Narnia:
The Magician's Nephew.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
The Horse and His Boy.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
The Silver Chair.
The Last Battle
Lucy Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie,Susan Pevensie,Peter Pevensie, Aslan,The White Witch etc.
Why do I like this movie?
I saw this movie when I was like 5 or 6 yrs old. I really like the idea about a magic world in a Wardrobe, I actully hide on one that we use to have. I got a bow made from wood, so I play that I was Susan. :P
What I like the most about the movie.
The part when they were crossing the river, they were in a hurry to get to the table stone were Aslan had his army, that was a really good part. And the battle, it actually was a little violent but Nah, I like even more. :P
During the Second World War, is experiencing one of the worst conflicts: The Battle of Britain, in which the German air force bombed London.Given this, the four Pevensie children (Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy) are sent to the home of an old professor to be safe.
Bored by the strict rules imposed by the housekeeper, are dedicated to explore the house. One day, Lucy finds a large wardrobe (closet) beautifully decorated, which comes out of curiosity, appearing in a magical land called Narnia snow cover. There she meets a faun, Mr. Tumnus who invites her to his house and tries to numb it with a flute melody, to take her to the evil White Witch, Queen of Narnia.
Indeed, this witch has ordered them to bring any man to appear in Narnia. But the faun Lucy pities and helps to return to his world. Coming out of the wardrobe she tries to convince his brother of his adventure but no one believes. One night, she returns to Narnia and his brother Edmund follows her. Lucy goes to the house of the faun, but Edmund is lost and meets the White Witch, who promises to make Narnia Prince if it leads to the other children to his castle.
Coming out of the closet two children, Peter and Susan Edmund wonder if this world magical world exists. He denies it and Lucy is very sad. But, later, to flee the housekeeper, the Pevensie children enter the wardrobe together.
The first creature he is a beaver are talking , Mr. Castor. He takes her home, a dike. He and his wife ( Mrs. Beaver ) they tell the world they are called Narnia and the White Witch's guards have taken Mr. Tumnus to help Lucy . The brothers learn that there is a Narnian prophecy that says that two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve ( humans) come to Narnia to defeat the White Witch and to become the true Kings and Queens , and beavers think the Pevensie are intended .
While chatting , Edmund sneaks off to go meet with Jadis .
Peter , Susan , Lucy and Mr. Castor undertake the journey to meet Aslan and the White Witch , hearing , follows . Due to the presence of Aslan , the spell of eternal winter begins to break down, which hinders the pursuit of the witch , moving sleigh .