Narnia Part 2 Movie Download
in the original film, peter enters narnia for the first time. in the sequel, his brother edmund’s (greg wise) journey into the land of narnia follows shortly behind. the first segment of the film opens with a brief montage of edmund’s experiences in the human world. the first scene of narnia that we see is the land of telmar, where the children are welcomed by the calormene king miraz. it is quickly apparent that these children are no ordinary children. this segment is very short, and the focus is on the calormenes. the second segment opens with the children exploring telmar and meeting the calormenes. this segment is more logical, and it adds a bit of depth to the story. the calormenes are a race of people who are enslaved by telmar. as we learn in the second film, the calormenes are extremely powerful and are the reason why the land of telmar has been subdued. the children are captured and taken to the telmarian king, miraz. it is when peter and edmund see miraz that we understand that they are in more danger than we thought.
the king miraz, played by ian mckellen is a powerful and ruthless man. he is a traditional ruler with no concern for the children or the land. he is a strong leader and wants to become the ruler of narnia. miraz is aware of the childrens powers, and as he is clearly a man of great power he wants to harness them for his own use. he also wants to rule all the worlds like he does telmar. we learn that miraz has the blood of a god running through him. it is through this divinity that he was able to withstand the power of aslan. it is the reason why he can enslave the calormenes and the reason why he thinks he can rule narnia.
Schafer’s novels are probably my favorite works of fantasy writing, so for a die-hard nerd like me, the movies had to be easy and entertaining. And while I did have criticisms regarding both the film adaptation of The Witch’s Familiar and The Horse and His Boy, I thought they were reasonable. I mean, these are fantasy films, not earth-shaking blockbusters. But I didn’t feel like they were nearly as good as the books were. A good adaptation can make the movie stand alone, but I have to worry if the series’ integrity is being jeopardized too much. Even if it isn’t, the series is, by nature, incredibly complex and it’s tough to know how much of that complexity needs to be on display in the movie. I don’t think anyone likes to feel like they’re watching something they could read. That’s why I can’t wait to see what Spielberg does with The Last of the Mohicans. Aside from the fact that I rather hoped to read the next one first (can’t, but can read spoilers) I was more than happy to see Dragons’ Brides . This is the series I’m really hoping he’ll do a movie adaptation of. I’ve never read any of the books, so I had no idea that they were so huge. And it shows. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe is an extremely generic fantasy book. (You can tell from the synopsis that I absolutely loved it, Live Free or Die Hard did the same thing.) I think I might have to reread The Chronicles of Narnia and reassess whether they’re my favorite fantasy series. But in my defense, I love post-Hollywood fantasy — maybe because I couldn’t get enough of the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter series. 5ec8ef588b