The Chronicles of Narnia
The Voyage of the Dawn TreaderDVD - 2011
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Reepicheep (to Eustace): You know, extraordinary things happen to extraordinary people.
Gael: When I grow up, I want to be just like you.
Lucy: When you grow up, you should be just like you.
Eustace: Would you mind telling me just where in the blazes am I?!
Minotaur (stepping up to him): You're on the Dawn Treader, the finest ship in his majesty's navy.
Minotaur (turning to Caspian): Was it something I said?
(Eustace) *scoffing* Oh, yes. Follow the imaginary "blue star" to the island of...Raman-doodoo! Lay the seven steak knives at the table of a talking lion. Ninnies!"
Aslan (to Lucy): "You doubt your value. Don't run from who you are."
ASLAN: "I will be watching you always."
ASLAN: "In your world, I have another name. You must learn to know me by it. That was the very reason you were brought to Narnia, that by knowing me here for a little, you may learn to know me better there."
LUCY: "Will we meet again?"
ASLAN: "Mmmm, yes, Dear One, one day."
(At the enchanted pool that turns everything to gold) Edmund: I'm not your subject. Caspian: You've been waiting for this, haven't you? To challenge me? You doubt my leadership? Edmund: You doubt yourself. Caspian: You're a child! Edmund: And you're a spineless sap! I'm tired of playing second fiddle. First it was Peter and now it's you. You know I'm braver than both of you. Why do you get Peter's sword? I deserve a kingdom of my own. I deserve to rule!
“(Edmund trying to enlist.) The officer: "Are you sure you're eighteen?" Edmund: "Why? Do I look older?" (Officer looks at ID.) Officer: "Alberta Scrubb?" Edmund: "It's a typographical error. It supposed to be 'Albert A. Scrubb'."”
(Lucy comes in)
Lucy: "Edmund... You're supposed to be helping me with the groceries."
Eustace (writing in his journal): "For reasons beyond my comprehension, we've taken the advice of a senile, old coot who doesn't possess a razor and dawdles around in a dressing gown. So, we're back in this tub and lost in a tempest. Brilliant. Fourteen days of being tossed like a pancake, and not a single sign of land. The only consolation is everyone is finally as miserable as I am. Except for that peeving rat. He's one of those annoying "glass-is-always-half-full" types."
Dufflepuds: "It's the pig! (referring to Eustace) "The pig's come back!" Eustace: "This place keeps getting weirder and weirder!" Dufflepuds: "Weird?!" "He's calling us weird!"
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violet_cat_1227 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 15
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There were several fighting scenes, including that with a rather disgusting and evil-looking sea monster (which would frighten younger children for sure).
Violence: This movie has a bit of intense violence at the end when the crew of the Dawn Treader battles a large and scary sea serpent
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There are a few scenes of mild violence, and a sea serpent that could be disturbing to some audiences.
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Lucy and Edmund Pevensie return to Narnia with their cousin Eustace where they meet up with Prince Caspian for a trip across the sea aboard the royal ship The Dawn Treader. Along the way they encounter dragons, dwarves, merfolk, and a band of lost warriors before reaching the edge of the world.