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The publication order during the 1950s were: 1. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) 2. Prince Caspian (1951) 3. Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952) 4. Silver Chair (1953) 5. The Horse and His Boy (1954) 6. The Magician's Nephew (1955) 7. The Last Battle (1956)
But the chronological order based on how the stories play out goes: 1. The Magician's Nephew 2. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe 3. The Horse and His Boy 4. Prince Caspian 5. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 6. The Silver Chair 7. The Last Battle
Personally, I like both ways and don't think one is better than the other. Either way, here's actors for certain roles in certain books.
Personally I'd make the first season a noir gritty detective mystery series. The second season would delve into the gladiatorial life in Mojoworld. And the third season would be a fantasy that includes demons.
It could work so well. And it WOULD work best with this cast...
Now if you've seen my other dreamcasts this may seem like a lazy casting, but in all honesty I truly believe this is more accurate than any other dreamcast I've seen of this book. Please bear with me and just... envision these actors in this world. I'm not delusional enough to think it'll actually happen, but compared to someone like Henry Cavill or Jamie Dornan cast as one of the main characters by people, I preferred imagining these actors instead as I read the book. And honestly, it was a very enjoyable read because of it.
PS: I cried. Of course I did.
Jessica Drew is Spider-Woman and Clint Barton is Hawkeye. Recently I've also found myself attached now to Clint's relationship with the other Hawkeye, Kate Bishop. Sometimes I see it romantically but others where Clint is just a mentor and friend to her, especially when it comes to the actor I pick. Either way, now when I see suggestions for Clint I like to come up with my trio of him, Jessica, and Kate together as a team I'll never actually see but would LOVE.
In order of movies listed:
- Brave (2012)
- Hercules (1997)
- Emperor's New Groove (2000)
- Pocahontas (1995)
- Peter Pan (1953)
- Cinderella (1950)
- Sleeping Beauty (1959)
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
- Lilo & Stitch (2002)
- Lion King (1994)
- Beauty and the Beast (1991)
- Tangled (2010)
- Mulan (1998)
- Aladdin (1992)
- Little Mermaid (1989)
- Princess and the Frog (2009)
- Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
- Tarzan (1999)
- 101 Dalmatians (1961)
The order of the six books, the years I envision them to take place in, and the ages I imagine Patrick and Angie to be are:
1. A Drink Before The War (2005, 25) 2. Darkness Take My Hand (2006, 26) 3. Sacred (2007, 27) 4. Gone, Baby, Gone (2008-2009, 28-29) 5. Prayers For Rain (2010, 30) 6. Moonlight Mile (2016, 36)
In two days I had seen this movie twice. One day after the other.
I can honestly say that I love this movie. The humor in it is hilarious. I have never laughed so hard in such a long time! As a result, my sides started to hurt. The romance is sweet and I couldn't help going "awww" during all of it. They really did a good job bringing it out without making it seem idiotic, as well as the main character, Tristan's transition into a man and figuring out who he really loved. And the fantasy was spectacular! I couldn't look away! =)
It may seem a little different from the actual book, but I think the changes actually made it better for the audience. They honestly couldn't have picked a better director to make this film.
I give this movie a definite 10 out of 10. If you haven't seen it yet and you like romance, action/adventure, fantasy, and humor, you'll definitely enjoy this movie. =)
Newsies, Newsies, Read All About It!
The main reason I watched this movie was because I was having a big obsession over Christian Bale. In the beginning, the name sounded weird, so I avoided it. But then I saw a picture of the characters dancing. "It's a MUSICAL!?! That means Christian sings and DANCES!!!!" It was the best present ever. So yes, the main reason I watched it was because Christian Bale was only 18 in it and he sang and dance. But when I finally watched it, I found I couldn't just love it because of Christian. The whole movie was brilliant. The songs range from jumpy and catchy (eg. Carrying the Banner, King of New York) to soulful and full of power and meaning (eg. Santa Fe, Once and For All). I don't care if this was considered a flop and was nominated for four Razzies (which is just full of *beep* and pure evil), it's a cult phenomena, and should be re-released in the theaters. Then people will see how much money it'll make. If you love musicals with meaning and pelvic-thrusting Newsboys, you'll love this movie. I highly recommend it. =)
Beyond A Masterpiece
This movie gave me great hopes when it comes to film-making. I wasn't as excited about seeing it as I was with other movies, but now I am glad that I hadn't missed this in the theaters.
It started out with the air-raids... and this particular scene told me this film was going to be interesting, so my bored expectations were only shattered by a quarter. I was fully watching the movie after this scene. After the air-raids, the Pevensies are getting ready to leave their mother and when the train starts leaving the station, hauntingly beautiful music plays, and the rest of my bored expectations were shattered. I was transfixed!!
From then on I was given a beautiful rendition of the book in this surround-sound theater. You would expect that right after the second scene I would think the rest of the movie was horrible, but on the contrary... I dared not blink for I was afraid I would miss anymore of this beauty. This movie kept me watching until the end, and caused me to find myself sitting in my seat in shock. I was THAT surprised.
The music is beautiful. The make-up, the CG effects, the animals were so realistic... I didn't once find them fake. The acting is superb and this movie is such an awesome replica of the book. There is some creative aspects that weren't exactly also in the book, which made it that much better.
I definitely recommend this to big fantasy fans (and even SLIGHT fantasy fans) and children. They will love this movie as much as I do.
10 out of 10, by far. I would give it more, but ten is the limit. Oh well, I'll take what I can get..