Narnia, take 2
Hunter Baker agrees with me. I, by the way, have yet to speak to anyone who didn’t like the movie, though, as they say, the plural of anecdote is not data.
Update: From the snowy steppes, where its always winter but sometimes Christmas, Ken Blanchard calls our attention to this NYT piece, which dances around the allegory. The author is not subtle enough by half, since she doesnt want to concede how a good story can "baptize the imagination" without engaging in overt proselytizing.
2:54 PM / December 12, 2005
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