Each week FILMCLUB will be bringing you reviews of the latest and classic DVD releases that feature on the charity’s 4,000 strong catalogue.
And so you know exactly whether you’ll like it or not, the reviews come from kids just like you!
Below you can read the review of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by FILMCLUB member Alanywa Palmer aged 9 from Heatherbrook Primary School in Leicester.
I really loved the mysterious music when it comes to fights and magical things happen.
My favourite part is when Lucy thinks that the picture in her room is moving and then water just flows out of the picture and then they end up in Narnia.
My favourite Character is Huestus because he makes rhymes about Edmond and Narnia because he doesn`t even think Narnia exists, however he still has a loving heart and soul. He also has a mortal enemy in Narnia “Reepacheep” but in the end it is like they are the best of friends that.
What I’m wondering is where do they get all of the money to get all of costumes and all of the props and things like that? This film is so imaginative that little children won’t believe their eye’s because of such amazement.
I REALLY loved watching this and people who have not, they need to watch this!!!
What I liked was when Lucy got kidnapped by the invisible men with only one foot and then she went into an invisible mansion then it turns into a real mansion and then she turns into Susan.
I also liked it when Lucy was reading a spell book and she made it snow and then made it stop.
What I didn`t like about this was actually nothing, yes there can be scary parts but there is nothing to not like about this film.
From a scale from one to ten I would say ten out of ten. I liked this so much that I watched it three times in a row.
4 out of 5 stars
The Chronicles of Narnia the Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010, PG) is out on DVD now. Buy it here
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