REVIEW: The Chronicles of Narnia
The Voyage of The Dawn Treader
Return to the magic and wonder of C.S. Lewis’ epic world in this third installment of the beloved The Chronicles of Narnia fantasy-adventure series when THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER sails into Blu-ray and DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on April 8th. Imagination comes to life with stunning special effects that bring the vast oceans and sprawling landscapes to life. The release comes just in time for Easter, making the family favorite a perfect gift for kids of all ages.
Precocious siblings Lucy (Georgie Henley, The Chronicles of Narnia series) and Edmund Pevensie (Skandar Heynes, The Chronicles of Narnia series), along with their cousin Eustace (Will Poulter, Son of Rambow), are swallowed into a painting and transported back to Narnia. They join King Caspian (Ben Barnes, Dorian Gray) and a noble mouse named Reepicheep in a quest to rescue noble lords who had been lost fighting evil on another island. Aboard the magnificent ship The Dawn Treader, the courageous voyagers travel to mysterious islands, confront mystical creatures, and reunite with the Great Lion Aslan on a mission that tests their characters to determine the fate of Narnia itself!
DVD: THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER
is presented in
a widescreen format with a 1.85:1 aspect ration. The
transfer looks clean bringing to perfection the
extraordinary special effects of the film. The picture is
complemented with a 5.1 Dolby digital sound in
English, French and Spanish Dolby Surround. It also
includes Spanish, French and English subtitles.
In terms of special features
the DVD only includes a few deleted scenes and Audio Commentary by Director Michael Apted and Producer Mark Johnson.
If you want to discover the
1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
English 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish and French Dolby Surround
Subtitles - English Spanish French- Optional
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader in Standard Definition
Audio Commentary by Director Michael Apted and Producer Mark Johnson
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