The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (DVD, 2006, Full Frame)

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Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe - Classroom Edition

Features

Bloopers of Narnia; Fun Facts of Narnia: viewers can access optional pop-up facts about C.S. Lewis, the creatures and lands of Narnia, and more; Kid and Director commentary by director Andrew Adamson and child stars Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, William Moseley and Ana Popplewell; and commentary by the filmmakers: Director Andrew Adamson, Production Designer Roger Ford, and Producer Mark Johnson.

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
1. Introduction [:00]
2. Mrs. Macready [:00]
3. The Wardrobe [:00]
4. Mr. Tumnus' House [:00]
5. Just Your Imagination [7:07]
6. Hail the Queen! [4:07]
7. Peter, Wake Up! [7:07]
8. The World Of Narnia [6:10]
9. Beavers' Home [5:06]
10. Behold the Queen's Castle [5:14]
11. They're After Us! [4:33]
12. The Queen's Lair [7:20]
13. Across the Melting River [3:32]
14. Aslan's Camp [6:19]
15. Sir Peter [:54]
16. The Lion and the Witch [3:37]
17. Aslan's Sacrifice [10:30]
18. You Have to Lead Us [:30]
19. Battle For Narnia [6:40]
20. Aslan's Resurrection [5:38]
21. Phoenix [7:13]
22. Peter Vs. the Witch [5:51]
23. The Royal Coronation [8:31]
24. Credits [:07]

Editorial Reviews

There is a magical Oz-like moment near the beginning of The Chronicles of Narnia when Lucy Pevensie (Georgie Henley), the youngest of four siblings evacuated from war-torn London to a house in the country, enters a wardrobe during a game of hide-and-seek and exits out the back into a winter wonderland. According to "The Children's Magical Journey," just one of the items that comprise the ten hours of bonus features on this two-disc edition, this effect was delightfully achieved by blindfolding the actress until the cameras rolled, so that she got her first glimpse of the Narnia backwoods at the same time her character did. Actually, "wonderland" might be overstating things. There are enchanted fauns and accommodating talking beavers (wittily voiced by Ray Winstone and Dawn French), as well as the noble lion Aslan (regally voiced by Liam Neeson). But there are also menacing wolves, an army of hideous creatures, and the very evil White Witch (Tilda Swinton in a performance that is the stuff of nightmares). The White Witch dominates Narnia and intends to use Lucy's sullen brother Edmund (Skandar Keynes) in a plot against Aslan, who stands in the way of her absolute rule. The Pevensie children, including eldest brother Peter (William Moseley) and older sister Susan (Anna Popplewell), are a believable quartet, which is essential given the fantasy trappings that surround them. The four must learn to stop bickering long enough fulfill the heroic destiny put upon them by Narnia's talking critters. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Makeup, Narnia is more family friendly than the Lord of the Rings films, and the players in its good-vs.-evil battle are more clearly defined. Still, with intense battle scenes, menacing encounters with the witch and her minions, and the seemingly fatal injuries suffered by major characters, it seems that the film pushes its PG rating to the limits. Donald Liebenson, Barnes & Noble

Specifications

UPC: 786936292916
BINC: 8313432
Format: Rated PG, 135 minutes, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS, Pan & Scan
Region: USA & territories, Canada
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Other Languages: French, Spanish
Subtitle Languages: French, Spanish
Alternative Title: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Reviews (1)

  • The happy gram
    at Toys"R"Us
    red lion pa.

    5.0 / 5.0

    I think that this is an excellent movie with great morals. This was a birthday gift for my grandson in Texas I will certainly by the others in this set. thank you