The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Reviews
When what places we try to enter we see our time has not yet come. When what other places we see such places calls for us we see the time is now to enter. When what we enter into time has passed and peace is restored in such places we sail too. When what places we enter are those places that are foreign to us when we see we have no time. When what places others enter are places that can change what time can only do when it's forward. When what place those enter we see we have a connection with whenever the time is right. When we see other places those try to enter time holds still for them forever. When what our greatest desires we place we always enter into this world of greed to see we can buy time as much as we want. When what place others enter we see the dark side of such places when it inhabits all those in time and places full of creatures. When what place we need to enter we see those that get there on time. When what place those entered and stayed we see was another time. When what place others see their chance to enter they see their time is now. When what place we take a stand and enter into adulthood we see the right choices they make with time.
When we see such far away places we enter we are along way home when time and distance shows no signs of our location. When what places we reach and must enter into another place we see it's time to meet those we have long been apart from. When what places we once entered unsure what places will take us to see that time takes us to all places in our life to the last destination adulthood. When we see that time can change the way we see such places that we enter into a different place when some journeys end and others are just beginning.
The only saving grace to earn from this film was the young actor who played Lucy and Edmund's cousin Eustace. That was good. But the rest of the film felt like a wasted opportunity!