Overall Rank: 3019
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 152
Theatrical Release Date: 12/10/2010
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 04/05/2011
Genre: Adventure, Family
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Michael Apted
Actors: Ben Barnes, Eddie Izzard, Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley, Gary Sweet, Will Poulter
Plot: Lucy and Edmund, along with dour cousin Eustace, are once again spirited to the world of Narnia where they find themselves on the Dawn Treader with now-King Caspian who sails to five the seven lost Lords of Narnia for Aslan. -- Chris Kavan
Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/12/2014
I really don't care anymore about these movies.
Cake - wrote on 01/17/2012
It was worth watching. Great special effects, action and acting. A good movie is just rare these days especially with a positive message.
patjohnson76 - wrote on 05/10/2011
A solid entry in the Narnia franchise, though the film often sacrifices story for action. The characters of Lucy and Edmund fully evolve from the previous two films, and the introduction of Eustace allows a new character to continue with the adventure. This film probably has the best special effects of the three and if there's a time or two you miss parts of the story that C.S. Lewis wrote many years ago, Dawn Treader still entertains well enough.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 10/16/2014
The children are drawn back into Narnia and join Prince Caspian in his search for the seven banished lords who were his father's greatest allies during the wars. The Dawn Treader is very much in the tradition of the Sinbad movies of old in its formula of island hopping magic, monsters and swordplay, no doubt in an attempt to capture the ready-made POTC and Harry Potter markets. It's a very attractive looking film with nice cinematography and effective CGI which facilitate the usual kiddie-friendly story of self-confidence and courage combined with the appropriate moral messages based upon the seven deadly sins. It does make for a painfully episodic story however, and the script has none of the darker subtexts, satire and sly wit that makes a family film appealing to an adult audience. …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/08/2012
Siblings, Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley) are on a journey with cousin Eustace Scrubb (Will Poulter). They join King of Narnia, Caspian (Ben Barnes), to rescue seven lost lords and to save Narnia from a corrupting evil that resides on a dark island. Admittedly this reviewer has not seen a single film from the franchise, just as reluctant as I was before with the Potter series. Saw thist film accidentally on cable and was fortunate enough to follow the story. Screenplay was effective with some really good lines: Coriakin - "To defeat the darkness out there, you must defeat the darkness inside yourself." Lucy - "When you grow up, you should be just like you." Score grandiose and visual effects believable and gorgeous. Voice acting were enticing. Acting were sincere …
Rod - wrote on 12/24/2010
Voyage of the Dawn Trader (The Chronicles of Narnia) is such a good Adventure movie. A ship on a journey to solve a sort of mysterious case. A voyage that challenged their temptations and found each and everyone's fears, weaknesses, and limitations. A cruise which showed them their real powers, strengths, and determinations to fight FOR NARNIA!
I never COMPLETELY LIKED Narnia movies. Effects are simply not amazing, actors are simply acting. Everything seems SIMPLE and never been on the point of a GREAT FILM. I watched this movie because i had watch the first two, so why not? The lion, the witch, and the wardrobe disappointed me. Prince Caspian slightly got me. Voyage of the Dawn Trader made me realize one thing: Narnia is for Not-so-young and not-so-old people. IT'S SIMPLY AN …
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