A sea-bound story for the third film is a good change of location and there are brief moments of excellent fantasy and cinematography here as when a mouse sits on the head on a dragon talking to it, but one of the characters is so extremely obnoxious, annoying and complaining that I want to strangle him ruining most of the film experience.
More imaginative and exciting than the rote PRINCE CASPIAN, the 3rd Narnia film still suffers from the lack of a clear goal and a solid antagonist, as Prince Caspian, Lucy, Edmund, and their cousin Eustace, battle a faceless evil for the future of Narnia. Aslan remains a mostly useless and frustrating character, exposing C.S. Lewis' religious allegories as maddening and illogical rather than inspiring.
I liked it, only in that these films keep doing what I expect. Giving life to other wise ridiculous characters in the book. :) I LOVE the book, but a walking talking Aslan is not the best thing for epic fantasy. Felt rushed and contrite this time around, it needed to be longer in length! And everyone felt so hollow that I ended up liking Eustace the best...EUSTACE! ugh.