|Aslan, don't you just |
want one of your own? I do.
I watched it once before when I was a little kid and it scared me, but this time I knew what was going to happen. There were a few animated faces that were freaky, The White Witch's creatures, Mom fast forwarded those parts. In the beginning it shows the war which wasn't in the book at all, that scared me more than the Witch's army --it was modern war and there were bombs, not the swords and spears and swashbuckling that I am into. In fact, the battle scene was my favorite, you could tell it was animated-- even though there were cyclops, ogres and freaky faced creatures, no scary dark dreams last night.
I thought the movie The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe couldn't be as good as the book but it turned out better than I expected. After reading the book and watching the movie this week I am left with a feeling of glee and wishing I was lived in Narnia.
An interesting fact: C.S. Lewis wrote the books for his God-daughter Lucy. If you want to read more, get a copy and read the letter from C.S. Lewis to Lucy -- it is just before the Cast of Characters List. Another interesting fact: C.S stands for Clive Staples!