I liked it a lot. I have to go read the books again now, because I’m not sure if the differences I noted were from the books or just the TV series. I suspect most of them are different from the books as well, because a lot of them seemed to be for dramatic effect and I don’t really trust Disney to be accurate… But the graphics were excellent, and it was pretty faithful. I really only had a couple of nit-picky issues with it… there are a couple of things that are not explained in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe directly that are a lot more meaningful if you have read The Magician’s Nephew, and anyone who hasn’t read the books isn’t going to understand them— like why there’s a lamp-post in the middle of nowhere. I do understand that they had to make TLWW first, because no one is going to come to TMN, since a lot fewer people have heard of it. But it makes me a little sad. Also, they didn’t have the poem about Aslan in the movie, even though there’s a line of it on Peter’s sword (“When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death,”). I thought they could have made the movie half a minute longer and put that in the conversation with the beaver’s when they were telling the children who Aslan was.