Chronicles of Narnia Updates: Many fantasy adventures of C.S. Lewis have been web adapted for the screen. However, the major question is which movie did the best job in capturing the magic and perfect essence of Narnia?
The Chronicles of Narnia has been one of the most favorite and most admired children’s fantasy-based series. The series of seven books premiered in 1950. However, the story saw a complete change after the series was adapted by Walden Media productions and it produced a movie trilogy. However, which of these three movies is the biggest hit?
The Chronicles of Narnia Trilogy Ranked from Best to Worst
3. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The third movie in the trilogy was The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and it is considered as the best one. It represents the journey of island-hopping in the style of Odyssey. The film was released back in 2010. Out of all three films, this is the only one that was released in digital 3D.
In this movie, the youngest two Pevensie siblings namely Edmund and Lucy. These two are sent back to Narnia along with their cousin, Eustace Scrubb. Further, these three join Caspian, the new king of Narnia in the mission to save the great seven lost lords. Further, they also had to save Narnia from an evil power that stayed on the island.
2. Prince Caspian
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is also a good release by the makers. However, it is not the best film in the trilogy as the movie appears to be too ambitious at times. Further, they also happen to miss the correct delivery of a few new characters.
However, the movie has some spell bounding scenes. One of which is when the Pevensies are transported back to Narnia, the beach is magical and beautiful. Sadly, the weakest part of Prince Caspian is Prince Caspian itself.
1. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe
The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is not an ideal movie. However, it is a fulfilling family-friendly fantasy movie. The major success of the film is credited to the music and visual effects. The script of the show is elegant and focuses on the journey.