Yesterday night I watched "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" and I liked the movie for the fact that the message was more of spirituality. Actually more of spiritual metaphors. I just like the way they fought at the last part which was rather a picture of despair and hopelessness. Yet you can almost see how it must end because of Aslan's presence in the movie but quite upholding since he seems hesitant. Evil is always defeated and mistakes are not likely to happen the second time. Talking about the philosophy of not stepping in the river twice. ;) Although full of religious analogies, entertainment per se is not compromised. But what really gives me some lasting memory about the movie was the music played near the end and the credits. Regina Spektor's "The Call" gives it the sentimental, touchy and contemplative edge. Honestly I like the message and the tune of the song. And the nights were always filled with that music.