by Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media
It's been 1,300 years in Narnia, and the human Telmarines have invaded and driven the native Narnians underground. Aslan hasn't been seen in centuries. When the usurping king Miraz has a son, young Prince Caspian (the rightful heir to the Narnian throne) flees for his life. He regroups the remaining old Narnians, summons the ancient Kings and Queens of Narnia (the Pevensie children) and together they confront the Telmarines.
"Prince Caspian" is definitely a darker story than its predecessor -- the castles are grimy, some of the good guys die and some others turn bad for real, and there's lots of fighting. Even our heroes have to deal with their doubts and anger. Even so, Narnia remains magical.
P.S. Not a bedtime movie for very young children.
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