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Georgie Henley. Skandar Keynes. William Moseley. Critiques Presse. Critiques Spectateurs. Quentin E. Donc ne convient pas toujours aux plus jeunes.
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Le Hobbit : un voyage inattendu. Je le trouve un peu trop enfantin. Adamson copied Alfred Hitchcock by "tell[ing] people at the end of the scene, 'Now just give me something where you're not thinking about anything.
Andrew Adamson described the film as being darker, as it takes place "another years later, [and] Narnia has been oppressed by Telmarines for a large period of that time, so it's a dirtier, grittier, darker place than the last world was".
It's a harsher world. The villains are human, and that lends a more realistic attitude. For the Narnians, Berger envisioned them as more wild in appearance, as they have been forced into the forests.
He also decided to increase the portrayal of various ages, sizes and races. The filmmakers interpreted the Telmarines , including Caspian, as being Spanish because of their pirate origins, which producer Mark Johnson noted made Caspian "a contrast to the lily-white [Pevensies]".
This was scrapped as the crew were unable to shoot at Pierrefonds Castle , for Miraz's lair, so they went for the Spanish feel. The stunt soldiers wield two hundred polearms in two different styles, two hundred rapiers of varying design, over a hundred falchions , two hundred and fifty shields and fifty-five crossbows.
Caspian's own sword is a variation of the Royal Guard's weapons. Eight months were spent scouting locations,  including Ireland,  China and Argentina ,  before New Zealand, Prague , Slovenia and Poland were chosen.
Filming began on February 12, in Auckland. The filmmakers chose the location because it had a tunnel-like arch, which echoed the train tunnel the children go into before being summoned back into Narnia.
On April 1, , the crew began filming at Barrandov Studios in Prague. Aslan's How was modified into the hideout after filming for those scenes was finished.
A large bridge was built, which was modelled on the one Julius Caesar built to cross the Rhine. The schedule was short though, but the authorities would only allow them this build time to not completely disrupt normal summer activities on the lake.
The filmmakers made a trench to change the river's course, so they could deepen the drained sides of the riverbed so it looked like one could drown in it.
The crew also cut down trees for shots of the Telmarines building the bridge; the trees were moved to another side of the river for decoration.
Adamson wanted Peter and Miraz's duel to feel unique and not like a controlled, overly choreographed fencing match: Moseley and Castellitto began training for the scene in November The stunt coordinator Allan Poppleton doubled for Castellitto in some shots because they are similar in size.
For claustrophobic shots, cameras were built into their shields. The earth was then restored following completion of the scene.
They also had to restore the grass after filming numerous cavalry charges. A scene shot in Poland, which involved building a cliff face, also had to leave no trace behind.
Prince Caspian has over 1, special effects shots, more than The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 's effects shots, yet the film had less time to complete them.
Therefore, it legally qualifies as a British film. Framestore worked on Aslan , Trufflehunter and the door in the air; Scanline did the River-god; Weta created the werewolf, the wild bear and Miraz's castle; MPC and Escape Studios did the main battle, the tunnel scene, the castle assault, the council scenes and all the other creatures.
Alex Funke, who worked on The Lord of the Rings , directed the film's miniatures unit. In the climactic battle, extras stood in for the Narnians, while extras were used for the Telmarines.
These were digitally duplicated until there were 1, Narnians and 5, Telmarines onscreen. The animators found it easier to create entirely digital centaurs and fauns , rather than mix digital legs with real actors.
Combining digital characters with actors, such as when Lucy hugs Aslan, had become easier since the first film, as lighting had improved.
The rig could simulate subtle movements such as wing beats for realism. The film features catapults resembling windmills , that can fire rapidly, and a ballista that can fire three projectiles at a time.
The practical versions of these were metal with fibreglass painted and aged to resemble wood on top. Weta created props of the missiles thrown by the Telmarine equipment.
The practical version of the catapult had its upper half painted blue, to composite a digital version programmed for rapid firing movement.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe composer Harry Gregson-Williams began composing the sequel in December Recording began at Abbey Road Studios the following month, and finished by April The Crouch End Festival Chorus ,  Regina Spektor 's song, "The Call", Oren Lavie 's song, "Dance 'Round The Memory Tree" and Switchfoot 's song, " This Is Home ", are featured on the soundtrack.
Imogen Heap , who sang "Can't Take It In" for the first film, wrote a new song which Gregson-Williams considered too dark.
Gregson-Williams' score is darker to follow suit with the film. Gregson-Williams wanted Caspian's theme to convey a vulnerability, which would sound more vibrant as he became more heroic.
To represent Miraz's cunning, the heroic theme from the first film was inverted. For Reepicheep, a muted trumpet was used to present his militaristic and organised character.
During pre-production, Disney announced a December 14, release date,  but pushed it back to May 16, , because Disney opted to not release it in competition with The Water Horse , another Walden Media production.
Around 10, people attended the event, the proceeds of which went to Great Ormond Street Hospital. The film opened in 3, theaters in the United States and Canada on May 16, To earn this rating, which the filmmakers were contractually bound by Disney to do, Adamson altered a shot of a fallen helmet to make clear that it did not contain a severed head.
When you start showing it to an audience, that then influences how you feel about the film. Weta Workshop 's Collectibles unit also created statues, busts and helmets based on their props for the film,  and there was also a Monopoly edition based on the film.
Prince Caspian was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the UK on November 17, , and on December 2, in North America. It was the top-selling DVD of its release week in the U.
There were one-disc and three-disc DVD editions two-disc only in the UK , and two-disc and three-disc Blu-ray Disc editions two-disc only in the UK.
The first two discs contain an audio commentary by Adamson, blooper reel, deleted scenes and documentaries, while the third disc contains a digital copy of the film.
The site's critical consensus reads, " The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is an entertaining family adventure worthy of the standard set by its predecessor.
Film critic Leonard Maltin gave the film 3 out of 4 stars as he did with The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe , calling the performances "strong", the storytelling "solid", and the scenery "breathtaking", though he also said, "it's a dark tale, and the climactic battle scenes go on at length.
Two film industry trade journals gave the film positive reviews. Todd McCarthy of Variety felt Adamson's direction had a "surer sense of cinematic values" and praised the improved special effects, the "timeless" locations and production design.
On the performances, he felt "the four kids overall have more character and are therefore more interesting to watch than they were before, and Italian actor Castellitto registers strongly with evil that's implacable but not overplayed.
He highlighted Peter Dinklage 's performance, which "outmaneuver[ed] the title character as Narnia's most colorful new inhabitant".
A number of critics took issue with what they interpreted as the film's underlying messages. San Francisco Chronicle critic Mick Lasalle wrote in his parental advisory that "basically, this is a movie about kids who go into another world and dimension and spend the whole time killing people.
The Visual Effects Society nominated it for Best Visual Effects and Best Compositing. In , Mark Johnson , a producer from all of the Narnia movies, admitted that "We made some mistakes with Prince Caspian and I don't want to make them again.
The movie was the tenth-highest-grossing film of worldwide,  and was Disney's second-highest-grossing film of after WALL-E.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the book, see Prince Caspian. For other uses, see Prince Caspian disambiguation.
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Walt Disney Pictures Walden Media. Release date. Running time. See also: List of Chronicles of Narnia cast members. We had some difficulty figuring out how to make Caspian work as a film.
In the book, the children arrive in Narnia, and they all sit down around the campfire and Trumpkin tells them the story of Prince Caspian — which means that the four Pevensie children vanish for half of the book.
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The New York Times. Disney Insider. Retrieved April 3, March 14, Retrieved March 14, February 5, Retrieved February 6, Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian A year has passed by since the Pevensie children stepped through the wardrobe.
In Narnia, centuries have passed since the defeat of the White Witch. Now the foursome are sent back to Narnia to find that everything was destroyed and the Narnia they once knew is gone forever.
They come to aid the young Prince Caspian, who is leading a group of Old Narnians to wage war against his malicious uncle Miraz, who rules Narnia with an iron fist.
Will they succeed? When will Aslan return? Written by Blazer Tired of the scenery known as the real world? Why, step right up and enter the wonderful land known as Narnia.
Surrounding you will be plenty of beautiful scenery, hundreds of years of nasty conflict, backstabbing, rising tensions, impending warfare, and attempted genocide.
Also surrounding you will be corrupt kings, feisty hostile creatures, wild animals, attacking trees, and enough action to not warrant another visit ever again.
The best part is, despite all the hostility, deaths, violence, carnage, and intense material, the MPAA decided to throw in the "PG" rating because of the one main thing Narnia has: enough God symbolism to create sermons for weeks.
Following you on this adventure is Prince Caspian, a prince who does not look his age, does not act his age, and darn it that gives hope to all of the hiding Narnians.
However, his very own uncle wants him dead to claim the throne. This is what family does. With the four kids making a return, the five heroes will attempt to conquer the land that was once peaceful and try to bring harmony into the entire community.
Helping them is Aslan, the lion from before. However, he is nowhere to be found. Can the kids and the smaller army of creatures win the battle against the forces of Conquistador Evil?
Venture on, and you'll find out. The critters are the only humorous and vaguely positive things on this dismal trip into a bitter and traumatic Narnia.
While this keeps the film remotely child-friendly, it does tamper with the mood of the trip. Doesn't help that you have creatures that literally come out of nowhere to give their two cents and offer their services.
These critters are not as memorable as the ones in the first trip, and they do not have much character development either. And why on earth do we have a sequel to Puss-In-Boots here?
The kids themselves are still not that interesting with the exception of the youngest one and Prince Caspian pretty much gets reduced to being something the ladies in the trip can fawn over endlessly.
The villains themselves are much more threatening, but don't seem as menacing as the White Witch from the original journey. Sometimes, the trips into enemy territory looks like you are entering Spain in the Middle Ages; the actors portraying the enemies look Spanish, and even look alike in certain scenes.
Directing the trip is the director of the original voyage, and also the first two Shrek movies, Andrew Adamson.
Also, a sign that there isn't much complexity in the fights is when the subjects are too close to the camera. The cinematography suffers from the direction a little, but does have some great shots of the lush environments in Narnia.
At least you know the area is beautiful as you battle into potential death. Easily the most awe-inspiring moments in the trip to Narnia are the special effects contained in the package.
They are so amazing that you don't even realize that most of the characters joining you are CGI. The special effects are at their best whenever the two battles take place, which are both long, both satisfying, and maintain the voyage from being too much of a bore.
However, you will be definitely be raising many questions throughout the quest for survival, and sadly, not all are going to be answered.
More so, there will be events that will occur out of nowhere and there will be no time to develop them into coherence. Don't worry, they don't run far too long.
Bottom Line: All right, let's get to the nitty, gritty. Kind of like the main flaw of the Matrix, why would anyone want to visit the alter-ego world when there's easily much more peril and suspense?
Prince Caspian is a movie that's pretty much saved by the two epic battle sequences and the decent performance of the main character himself, which is sure to make the ladies swoon upon the first time they see him riding on horseback.
But everything else about this fantasy movie just feels too been there-done that Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter anyone?
The only difference is the immense amount of Christian themes, symbolism, and allusionsand they'll strike repeatedly throughout the movie.