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Voyage of the Dawn Treader?

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irregularegular Wed 15-Dec-10 13:48:25

Anyone been to see it yet? I'm thinking of taking the children (7 and 8) to see it during the holidays.

RoyalWelsh Thu 16-Dec-10 16:06:18

I took a class of 9 - 11 year olds to see it yesterday and they liked it. There are a few bits at the end that might have the adults tearing up slightly

There are genuinely funny bits at the beginning (thanks to irritating cousin Eustace!) but the sea serpent at the end of the film might be a bit scary for someone a bit sensitive.

The other teacher has two boys (5 & 7) and she said she would take them to see it, although would forewarn them about the serpent. I hope that helps!

borderslass Sat 18-Dec-10 18:32:19

We went this afternoon and will probably get it on DVD there are a few scary bits in it for younger ones,I agree there was a few teary bits in it.

duckyfuzz Sat 18-Dec-10 18:39:53

We took 8 7yo girls last weekend, some ok, some anything scared in places, all survived!

duckyfuzz Sat 18-Dec-10 18:41:47

Anything = a bit, autocorrect sorry!

twolittledarlings Tue 21-Dec-10 15:38:03

We absolutely loved it. Two adults and 4 girls, 2 aged 6 and 2 aged 8. Lots of funny bits in it and kept us on the edge of our seats.

a couple of tearful scenes but all in all, well recommended.

My friend said this was one of the best 3D films she had seen.

DandyDan Tue 21-Dec-10 23:02:56

Saw it yesterday. There were families with 2 yr olds there who chattered through the whole thing - infuriating.

The sea-serpent fight went on too long, but they got the ending just right, and Eustace was very good indeed. It was just the sort of film though where there wasn't much for Lucy and Edmund to actually "do". It's an episodic journey rather than one plot.

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