I've seen some great films lately: notably the superb, wonderful pro-life Bella, the irreverent pop pro-life Juno, and The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn featuring master actor Sidney Poitier.
It looks like another goodie is here: Prince Caspian got a rave review from Catholic Online.
QUOTE The Kings, Queens and the Prince, along with the all the Narnians who have joined them in their mission, soon rediscover faith, hope and love. These virtues enable them to do great things, for others.Their heroism in battle deepens as the story progresses, revealing that there are degrees of heroism in the order of goodness. They move from shouting “For Narnia”, as they charge forward in the initial dramatic battles, to shouting “For Aslan” in the final ones.The film also develops the theme of harmony with the created order as a fruit of faith, hope and love. This is done through the relationship between humans, the Narnians and the trees.These trees, we learn, once danced when Narnia was filled with hope. Now, they are still. That will all change at the command of Aslan in one of the most breathtaking scenes of this film. UNQUOTE