Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The : Movie Review

In the computer-manipulated universe of fantasy-film franchises, we've gotten to the point where filmmakers automatically assume that more is better. A grand spectacle is inherently superior to a quiet moment of visual awe; an overlong picture that's bloated in the middle isn't just boring, it's prestigious and thoughtful, worth every precious minute of our already-stretched time; and battle sequences always thrill audiences -- so why not throw in a few extra ones, just because you've got the budget?

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