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I never cared much for the BBC mini-series, I simply couldn't get past the special effects. Very visual, I am. For that reason, I did like the Disney version, though I agree with the criticisms of the storyline. Still, I thought enough of it was there to intrigue and possibly encourage those who liked it to read the book. I know my sons came home and read through the book after seeing it, and they are cynical teenagers who hate reading.
Have you seen the young man they've cast at Prince Caspian? Very handsome. Can't remember his name though, I found it on the www.ChristianityToday.com site. Look in movie reviews and news.
Same this goes for Lord of the Rings (although I had the Hobbit read to me- by my husband!). After the first Peter Jackson movie, I read the entire series. Thank goodness! Now I know the actual story.
I immediately fell in love with Narnia and acquired the set. I later shared it with friends who would "travel to Narnia" to escape their hectic workweek. Now I have shared these stories with my daughter who is enjoying them as well.
Hands down, the best Narnia dramatization is the Focus on the Family Radio Theatre version. Suchet playing the voice of Aslan takes some getting used to, but it is easier digested if one can imagine an actual lion speaking.
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