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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Three-Disc Collector's Edition+ Digital Copy and BD Live) [Blu-ray] (2008)

Ben Barnes , Georgie Henley , Andrew Adamson  |  PG |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, William Moseley, Anna Popplewell
  • Directors: Andrew Adamson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: English (DTS-HD High Res Audio), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 149 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (734 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EDOC6A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,550 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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UPC: 786936785760
DESCRIPTION: The magical world of C.S. Lewis beloved fantasy comes to life once again in Prince Caspian, the second installment of The Chronicles Of Narnia series. Join Peter, Susan, Edmund, Lucy, the mighty and majestic Aslan, friendly new Narnian creatures and Prince Caspian as they lead the Narnians on a remarkable journey to restore peace and glory to their enchanted land. Continuing the adventure of The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe with more magic and a brand-new hero, Prince Caspian is a triumph of imagination, courage, love, joy and humor your whole family will want to watch again and again. END

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More exciting than The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian continues the movie franchise based on C.S. Lewis' classic fantasy books. The movie picks up where the first left off... sort of. It's been a year since the Pevensie children--Peter (William Moseley), Susan (Anna Popplewell), Edmund (Skandar Keynes), and Lucy (Georgie Henley)--returned to England from Narnia, and they've just about resigned themselves to living their ordinary lives. But just like that, they're once again transported to a fantastical land, but one with a long-abandoned castle. It turns out that they are in Narnia again--and they themselves lived in that castle, but hundreds of years ago in Narnia time. They've been summoned back to help Prince Caspian (Stardust's Ben Barnes, resembling a young, cultured Keanu Reeves), the rightful heir to the throne who's become the target of his power-hungry uncle, King Mraz (Sergio Castellitto). And he's not the only one threatened: Mraz's people, the Telmarines, have pushed all the Narnians--the talking animals, the centaurs and other beasts, the walking trees--to the brink of extinction. Despite some alpha-male bickering, Peter and Caspian agree to fight Mraz alongside the remaining Narnians, including the dwarf Trumpkin (Peter Dinklage) and the swashbuckling mouse Reepicheep (voiced by Eddie Izzard). (Also appearing is Warwick Davis, who was in Willow and the 1989 BBC Prince Caspian.) But of course they most of all miss the noble lion, Aslan, who would have never let this happen to Narnia if he hadn't disappeared. Prince Caspian is epic, evoking memories of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings films. (Some of the battle elements may seem too familiar, but they were in Lewis's book.) And it's appropriate for kids (Reepicheep could have come out of a Shrek movie), though the tone is dark and there is a lot of death, albeit bloodless. After two successful films, Disney and Walden Media's franchise has proved successful enough that many of the characters are scheduled to return in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. --David Horiuchi




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145 of 169 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
Imagine finding a magical kingdom in another world... only to return over a thousand years later, and find it in ruins.

That's the whole idea of "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," a superb sequel to "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe." While it has a climax that goes on WAY too long, this movie shows us the darker side of C.S. Lewis' fantastical world -- with a heavy dose of Shakespearean villains, political intrigue, and some spectacularly epic battles.

It's been 1,300 years in Narnia, and the human Telmarines have invaded and driven the native Narnians underground. Aslan hasn't been seen in centuries.

And when King Miraz's (Sergio Castellitto) wife gives birth to a baby boy, his nephew -- the rightful heir -- becomes an obstacle. Young Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) flees from his treacherous uncle, and is discovered by a band of Narnians. Along the way, he accidentally ends up summoning the ancient Kings and Queens of Narnia -- also known as the Pevensie children, who were waiting at a train station when they were unexpectedly sucked trough a tunnel.

Though initially delighted to have returned to Narnia, the Pevensies are horrified when they find that their once-idyllic land has been nearly destroyed. Caspian has been organizing a ramshackle army of native Narnians, but Peter (William Moseley) finds that fighting an organized, armed force is very different from battling the White Witch. And after a disastrous attack, the Narnians are facing almost certain destruction -- but Lucy (Georgie Henley) is convinced that Aslan can somehow save them, and restore the kingdom to Prince Caspian....
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70 of 85 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great May 17, 2008
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"Prince Caspian," the second installment in the "Chronicles of Narnia" series, takes place one year AND 1,300 years after "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." The Kings and Queens of Narnia, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, have only been absent from their kingdom for one year in London time. However, when they are suddenly called back to the magical world, they discover that 1,300 years have passed since their reign. The Narnia they knew is now in ruins, and the throne rightfully belongs to the young Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes). Unfortunately, Caspian is on the run from his uncle Miraz (Sergio Castellitto), who is determined to kill his nephew, take the throne for himself, and secure a royal future for his newborn son. Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy eventually join forces with Caspian and attempt to reclaim the throne and restore Narnia to what it once was.

I enjoyed this movie, but not nearly as much as the first film in the series. Part of the reason for that is because "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" has always been my favorite book in the C.S. Lewis series, so I knew "Prince Caspian" wouldn't measure up for me. However, I still think the film itself had some shortcomings. The filmmakers took more liberties with this film than with the last one. Certain things happen out of sequence, and other parts of the film were changed slightly just for the sake of changing them, which really bothers me. Also, the whole Susan/Caspian romance is NOT in the book, and it really pisses me off that Disney felt the need to throw some cheesy love story into the mix of things. (I also hated the sappy, crappy music that played at the end of the film. It was totally out of place. Yuck.)

Still, there are a lot of positive things about the movie as well.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars VERY BETRAYING TO THE BOOK!!! July 10, 2009
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I first watched Prince Caspian in theaters after a long wait, and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have bought it on DVD and have watched it a couple of times since. I thought that it was a very good film.

Until I actually read the book.

I could spend a lot of time explaining the differences between the book and the film. But you are here to see it brief:

1. Book: Lucy sees Aslan and the crew votes to see if she is right. Later she sees him again at night and convinces her companions to follow him.
Movie: Lucy sees Aslan and her companions dismiss it entirely. Later she sees him in the morning and it ends up being a dream.

2. Book: Caspian and Peter get along fine.
Movie: Caspian and Peter argue a lot.

3. Book: No hint anywhere of a castle raid.
Movie: Big castle raid and lots of Narnians are killed.

4. Book: Caspian and Susan never have a hint of romance.
Movie: Susan gets all googly-eyed over Caspian.

5. Book: Peter is the high king and acts like it. He is not proud and does not make decisions rashly.
Movie: Peter is the high king and acts clueless, including getting in a fight at the railway station. He is proud, and makes decisions rashly.

Those are only five of the betrayals. There are a lot more that I could mention. I honestly don't know how they made this twisted story line come out right. The special effects are wonderful, though. Lots of good special effects and lots of money poured into it, when all that you get is a movie with the same character names and no following of the book.

To future Narnia film makers: Keep the cast and special effects, but make it as true to the book as the first Narnia film was. Oh, and think about remaking Prince Caspian.

To those considering buying this movie: Don't waste your hard-earned money on this betrayal; read the book instead.
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Regular Version of the Movie
Here's the press release for anyone who still hasn't decided:

Single Edition:

DVD BONUS FEATURES:
* Audio Commentary With Director Andrew Adamson And Actors

Three-Disc/Digital Copy:\

VD BONUS FEATURES:

* Audio Commentary With Director Andrew Adamson And Actors
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Sep 3, 2009 by Jem |  See all 2 posts
Special Features
I don't think there's any reason to worry about the quality (and quantity) of the special features in the Narnia DVD. I went into the amazon page with the expectation that they would have shown the list, but no. Anyway, here's the list of the special features (with the running time listed) and... Read More
Oct 22, 2008 by Joanne |  See all 3 posts
Extended Edition?
Dawn Treader is not being produced by Disney. The rights are now owned by FOX. Depending on the success of the Dawn Treader, they may or may not continue to the series. I hope that they do. Dawn Treader is a such a visually striking book. If budget contraints do not handcuff the film, it... Read More
Oct 20, 2009 by Peter Dreisbach |  See all 10 posts
Subtitles???
what i want is English Subtitles
Apr 10, 2012 by Meanlilkitty |  See all 2 posts
digital copy
Just the one that says digital copy (3- disc version). My sisbought the single disc, and all she got was the movie. the 3rd disc has just the digital copy.
Dec 11, 2008 by Kristine Ritter |  See all 3 posts
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