The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" -- which is a really, really long title, IMHO. I wanted to bring Leslie along, but he opted to stay home and play video games, for what it's worth. Here's the nutshell: Edmund and Lucy return to Narnia along with her peevish cousin Eustace (AKA Eustace the Useless) to be reunited with King Caspian on an epic journey to locate seven missing lords and to visit the lion kind Aslan's homeland. They travel the seas on the Dawn Treader, served by a host of human sailors, a minotaur, and a talking mouse named Reepicheep.
I found the storyline easy to follow and I don't believe that someone with no previous knowledge of the Narnia books or prior movies would have that much difficulty settling into this tale. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader clocks in just under two hours and seemed to exercise a fairly comfortable pace throughout the film... to me, at least. D'Angelo did find it plodding at points, such as when Lucy began playing around with incantations on the ship. All in all, I would recommend this movie to those looking for a little adventure.
Favorite Trailer: "Thor" is looking pretty good to me. This movie adaptation of Marvel Comics' Asgardian superhero seems to have it all: Gods, Magic, Adventure, and Explosions. Plus, Thor looks pretty hot.