After saying farewell to Susan and Peter in the last installment, I was apprehensive at watching this. But even with the loss of Susan and Peter, the film doesn't let that affect it.
This time around, Lucy, Edmund and cousin Eustace are transported to Narnia through a mystical painting. Scenes of hilarity ensue with Eustace not believing that Narnia exists, even when he is in the middle of the sea.
After being rescued by King Caspian they board the Dawn Treader and their mission begins. This time around they have to defeat the evil mist before Narnia becomes a lost cause forever.
There are some really enjoyable scenes including a fight scene between Eustace and the noble Reepicheep. And seeing everyone battling for peace in Narnia is another treat to watch.
The ending is really emotional and everyone comes face to face with Aslan's country, although only some enter.
A really great visual treat once more and the best Narnia film to date.