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Title Year Length (Minutes) MPAA Rating My Rating
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 2010 115 PG 3.0 out of 5 ducks
Ending
Lucy and Edmund are spending a dreary holiday with their cousin Eustace Clarence Scrubb, who is a rather dour and mean spirited little boy. They are unexpectedly drawn into Narnia when a painting of a ship on the wall of Lucy's room comes to life, and the three children fall into the ocean to be rescued by the Dawn Treader. On board, Lucy and Edmund are greeted by their now-king friend Caspian who is on a quest to find the seven lost Lords of Narnia, as he promised Aslan. Lucy and Edmund are glad to be back in Narnia, but Eustace isn't. Reepicheep is also there to find the seas of the "utter East". They first land on Lone Islands, which is slightly Narnian territory, but has fallen into disrepair including being part of the slave trade. Caspian, Lucy, Edmund, Eustace and Reepicheep are kidnapped by a slave trader to be sold. A man "buys" Caspian before they even make it to the slave market. He turns out to be the lost Lord Bern, and acknowledges Caspian as his king when Caspian reveals his identity. Before they leave, Caspian re-claims it for Narnia, overthrows the greedy governor, and replaces him with the Lord Bern, whom he names Duke of the islands. On the second island, Eustace hides in a dragon's cave to avoid the rain (and doing work); the dragon has treasures, and greed takes over as he fills his pockets. He falls asleep, wakes up as a dragon, but a bracelet he pocketed his hurting his arm (not fitting him as a much larger dragon). He learns the wrong of his behavior, Aslan visits Eustace during the night and turns him back into a boy and Eustace becomes a much nicer. When he takes off the bracelet, Caspian recognizes that it belonged to Lord Octesian, and presumably the dragon killed him and kept the bracelet. They visit Burnt Island, Deathwater Island (where one of the missing lords was turned to gold), the Duffer's Island and the Island Where Dreams Come True. This last island (where nightmares become real) is never seen, but is where they find a crazed Lord Rhoop. At last, they come to the Island of the Star, where they find the three remaining lost lords in an enchanted sleep. The fallen star on the island informs them that the only way to awaken them is to sail to the edge of the world and leave one member of the crew. The Dawn Treader continues sailing into an area where the water turns sweet rather than salty, and the the water is too shallow to sail further. Caspian wants to travel with Reepicheep to the end of the world, but his subjects are unwilling to let him go and remind him that he has promised the daughter of the fallen star that he would go back for her. Caspian says nobody will go on and descends to his cabin, where a painting of Aslan tells him that Edmund, Eustace, Lucy and Reepicheep are to go on to the end of the world, but Caspian must return to Narnia. Lucy, Edmund, Eustace and Reepicheep go in a small boat through an ocean of flowers until they reach a wall of water that extends into the sky. Reepicheep paddles up the waterfall, and is never seen again. Edmund, Eustace, and Lucy walk in a strange land where they find a lamb. The lamb turns into Aslan who tells them Edmund and Lucy will not return to Narnia and that they should learn to know him by another name in their own world; Aslan then sends the children home. Moving film reel
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