The Pevensies Crowns
in light of Prince Caspian being released in theaters four years ago, i’m currently watching it.
As is tradition.
9 pictures of The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian. (x)
this scene would have been perfect if it hadn’t been for that horrible love side story & kiss between Susan & Caspian. the romance was unnecessary & pointless. i understand why they did it, but it wasn’t meant to be.
Disney/Walden’s film adaptation of ‘Prince Caspian’ hit theaters exactly four years ago. (May 16th, 2008)
NOTE: i cannot express enough how much Narnia has effected my life. With Narnia i was able to decipher who my true friends were to those who weren’t, simply by knowing that they’ll stand by me despite how ridiculous i get on this day: December 9th. i love you all dearly <3
As far back as I can remember Narnia has always been apart of my life whether it was through watching the 1989 television version of the Chronicles of Narnia or reading the stories, I always had a love for Narnia deeper than Disney and fantasy places like Neverland or Wonderland. Although, as I’ve grown up through the years I feel I’ve lost some its magic I felt when I was a kid. That’s why today is a very special day; it’s been six years to the day since Disney released The Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe. As I look back on my fifteen year old self I realize how innocent I truly was. My only problems consisted of freshman year & how I’d make it the next four years along with trying to make people understand my fascination for Narnia, and if the boy I was obsessed with would ever come to terms that I was the one for him. I would constantly be on myspace and aim instant messenger wanting to talk to him hoping & praying to God that his eyes would open, realizing I was the one for him. Some things in me haven’t changed at all; such as I’m still a dreamer. Of course he knew that I liked him and would get teased for it, which to this day I find how stupid & shallow people can be toward ones feelings and how bullying is an immature trait that all teenagers possess, despite how nice you “pretend” to be. But let’s save the bullying innocent victim story for another day, today its sole purpose I’m focusing on is Narnia. Specifically the Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe.
If you haven’t guessed already I love this series to the full extent. In every book it brings to the table a new element to your attention. You could re-read these books over & over again, and I swear to you I get something out if every time; a new outlook on life.
Narnia isn’t just any fantasy story like Harry Potter, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland. It’s elegantly simple, and that’s what makes it such a classic. It interprets Biblical values in a simple way even children can understand, and goes in such depth about real issues that you can’t help but want to look up in the bible and wonder what C.S. Lewis is referencing to. And that’s what people don’t understand how much Narnia affects those who understand the bible, and I put understanding very lightly cause no one can ever truly understand a magnificent book like the bible, even C.S Lewis didn’t have all the answers. His works even state that he’s not at all right by any means, he just points out the obvious in a very blunt and common sense way we all can understand. To this day his works are still marveled & discussed.
Narnia will always have a place in my heart, forever. And I hope one day I will have children who I can share these stories with; to pass on the brilliance of Lewis’ work. That they may in turn be inspired by him, just I have been.