Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their cousin Eustace, are swallowed into a painting and transported back to Narnia and the magnificent ship The Dawn Treader. They join King Caspian and a warrior mouse named Reepicheep for a mission which holds the fate of Narnia itself. The courageous voyagers overcome their own greatest temptations, as they travel to mysterious islands; have fateful confrontations with magical creatures and sinister enemies; and reunite with their friend and protector, the "Great Lion" Aslan.
I highly recommend that you watch this movie in 3D. Seeing a whole new Narnia thru the movie is also like joining the adventure. The setting of the story plus the visual effects that comes with it is an experience not to be missed. Not to be missed also is Eustace, the new and annoying character as Lucy and Edmond’s cousin. I like the character of Eustace because it’s annoying and at the same time soo hilarious, from the facial expression to his accent. I find the story somehow short, but love every detail of the important parts of the story. I havn’t read the book so I don’t have any basis of comparison. Susan and Peter did not appear as main characters, the movie concentrated on Lucy and Edmond, the sometimes unnoticed characters in the previous film. Prince Caspian still looked good as before. There were many characters in this film, but it’s okay, I enjoyed them all. It’s good that Repeechip is still there. I like his character, his virtue and his outlook in life. This third installment of The Chronicles of Narnia is by far the best one for me. Michael Apted created a different approach in making the film. He showed us a different and more grown up journey in Narnia. The movie is for all ages, best to watch if you watched the 1st and 2nd journey to Narnia.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is distributed by 20th Century Fox. Now showing in cinemas near you.