Thursday, December 15, 2005

Update on Narnia Movie

I just got back from watching The Chronicles of Narnia. Wow. I've heard that C.S. Lewis denied any Christianity was used or symbolically implicated in his book, but after watching the film I would respectfully disagree with Mr. C.S. Lewis. Aslan, the true king of Narnia, is sacrificed in an agreement with the Wicked White Witch to spare the young (soon to be) King (forgot the characters name, it's late). Unbetold to the Wicked Witch (who breaks the agreement), by breaking the agreement, Aslan rises from the dead (along with all of those that died at the hands of the Wicked White Witch). No, no connection whatsoever. Riiiight. Great film for the family to watch. For more click here. Looks like I'm not the only one who enjoyed the Chronicles of Narnia this past weekend, click here for more.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Boycot the movie

READ THE BOOKS!

Incourage kids to read, not to watch movies.

Tito said...

Better yet, read the Bible.

Moneybags said...

I also just heard from someone else about the religious themes in it. I also want to see the movie.

And by the way, Merry Christmas early.

WICatholic said...

C S Lewis didn't deny that his stories were allegorical at all. It was Tolkien who disliked allegories and denied that HIS books, The Hobbit and LOTR trilogy were allegorical.

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