License

I have written an e-book, Does the Bible Really Say That?, which is free to anyone. To download that book, in several formats, go here.
Creative Commons License
The posts in this blog are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. In other words, you can copy and use this material, as long as you aren't making money from it, and as long as you give me credit.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Jeffrey Overstreet on "Prince Caspian"

Jeffrey Overstreet has posted his review of Prince Caspian, the movie based (he says too loosely) on the book by C. S. Lewis. Thanks to Julana for the information.

Overstreet's complaints are justified. The movie has been pumped up and made more commercial, when it didn't have to be.

Thanks for reading.

2 comments:

Julana said...

Hi Martin,

I read Overstreet's book to get ready for the faith and writing conference. Then I linked his blog. He helps give perspective on some things, informed, Christian.

My favorite part of the movie was when they got pulled back to Narnia. That whole feeling of going Home at Last. For Lucy, anyway.

All the fighting was disappointing. Wham, wham, wham!

Julana YS

Martin LaBar said...

Yep. I wonder what battles they'll stick in The Last Battle, if they do that? I guess that Jadis's fight with her sister, which gets about 3 sentences in the book, will be half the movie ...

Thanks.