my Narnia Prince Caspian film review

A film review for the Bronze Award

Prince Caspian is a film about a prince called Caspian. His father died so his father's brother, the king in all but name, adopted him, but when his uncle's wife gives birth the king orders Caspian killed. Caspians tutor helps him escape. Caspian is chased into a forest where none of the Telvians want to go but their  general forces his troops to carry on into the woods but soon they turn back. in the woods Caspian finds the “savage Narnians” as the telvians call them…

I think this film is good for eight to nine year olds, there are big battles (yay!) and people die but apart from that there aren't many scary parts.

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  • Carol Leach

    On 6 May 2020, 18:35 Carol Leach commented:

    this is a great review Tobias, I used to read the Narnia stories when I was young and now I think I should watch this movie

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