We went to see "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" yesterday on the opening day. Good job, Grant, on grabbing those Fandango tickets ahead of time! It's amazing. Unbelievable. Not quite "Lord of the Rings," perhaps, but not far behind. It doesn't matter how many times you've read about Narnia; when Lucy backs into the land through the wardrobe, just see if you don't feel a surge of emotion. And it doesn't matter how many times you've imagined Aslan walking to the stone table; when he is mocked, tied down, and stabbed, just see if you don't wince with memories of the central story of Christianity. (Much more powerful to me than "The Passion of the Christ.") I'm so glad this wasn't made a decade ago when it might have seemed cartoonish. The technology is incredible.