Narnia

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I'm kinda ashamed to admit that I didn't like this one as much as King Kong. Probably shoulda seen this one first. Of course Kong moved along like a Hollywood blockbuster and Narnia moved to the beat of different drummer, had purpose, meaning. Tho I do think this is one that is better to read and absorb and get lost in. I'm sure I've tried to read this book long ago and I know there is a copy of it on Luke's bookshelf. I probably thought I might read it to him, tho the last book that I read to him was the 1st Harry Potter and now I'm buying him books from the adult shelves, like the Idiot by Johnny Damon. Anyway I say, two thumbs up for the gorilla and one for the lion.
The witch was pretty cool tho.

5 comments:

MB said...

Oh, do read. (She says, strugglign to be objective.) The series begins with the magician's nephew, though, not this title.

rdl said...

mb, thanks I will have to go look see if i have that one.

FTS said...

I haven't seen either once. Oh well, maybe on DVD... or if I get a date. LOL

Marewheeee said...

Oh, I think blogging is going to lead me to see some movies for a change. I hate to try and recall the last actual theater movie I saw. I think it was Forest Gump. I'm hopeless on movies. Anything I can't get/don't like after half an hour is rewound. Sometimes you have to wait longer than that though... thanks for the movie reviews.

rdl said...

marewhee, nice to see you, i guess i will see more of you now that you are a lady of leisure!