The good people at AICN have received a screening report on Prince Caspian that downright hated the film.
I downright hated this movie and I’ll tell you why.
As is any case with any story being told, the character development is always key. Surprisingly this was one of the greatest flaws in this installment, specifically amongst the four children. I understand the origins of these characters were clearly established in the previous film, but here there are new layers to develop. They’re older, and struggling with the reality of being kids again. Furthermore they’re culture shocked in adjusting from residing in between both worlds as royalty and saving the world in one and common citizens in the other.
But this strong element is never really expanded upon and the characters all seem as bland as Top Ramen uncooked.
Can it get any worse? Read the entire report on Prince Caspianhere.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian opens to theatres May 16th.