Official UK Rating and Run-Time

Posted November 3, 2010 5:47 pm by DiGoRyKiRkE

The British Board of Film Classification has posted the rating and the run-time for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.  According to their website, the film will be rated PG for moderate fantasy violence and scary scenes.  Their site is also claiming that the film will be 115 minutes long (just under two hours).

You can read the article for yourself by clicking here.

Thanks to Narnia_Maniac for the head’s up!

24 Comments For This Story

  • GlimGlum says:

    Sounds right for a Fox movie these days. At leat it is close to 2 hours. Did they mention the end credits are 45 minutes. 😀 Whoops.

    (Just Kidding) 🙂

    • BalletGirl says:

      Oh no! I hope the credits aren’t that long or we’ll be needing an intermission in between the film! 🙂

      Well, I wish the movie was going to be 120-130 minutes, but, oh well! I’m still excited about the film coming out in only a month though!!!!!!! 😀

  • narnian says:

    thats the rating of other regions!!!! the usa rating says that is PG- For some scary scenes and fantasy action

  • LL says:

    Weeeee!!!

  • Starlily says:

    Oh, dear! I thought the film was going to be at least two hours. But I guess it doesn’t matter as long as the movie’s good. Leave ’em wanting more, as they say.

  • Aravis Narnia says:

    SO glad they shortened the time. PC was waaaaay too long.

  • Louloudi the Centaur says:

    It’s the quality that counts, not the quantity. I hope I will have something positive to say about the movie.

  • pselpevensie says:

    i was expecting it to be PG…the other narnia movies have been.
    is the run time (the 155 min) with or without the credits?

  • wolfloversk says:

    I just wish it was longer…
    But I’m happy, the news is coming on full speed now 🙂

  • ChristProclamer says:

    I’m hoping that time is without the credits, but I’m not sure. I’m not sure what to think right now. I could either say, "Quality not quantity,’ or say, "Thank God it’s shorter. I’d hate for them to prolong the butchering job."

    Can you tell I’m concerned about this?

  • Anna's Sister says:

    I love long movies but fifteen minuets shorter isn’t anything to cry about.

  • Anna's Sister says:

    I love long movies but fifteen something minuets shorter isn’t anything to cry about.

  • David Sutton says:

    The film is the perfect length and has a very good pace.

    • Ugly Pig says:

      And that is what counts. A well paced shorter movie is better than an uneven longer one. If 155 minutes is the amount of time that works the best for the film, then that is what the running time needs to be.

  • adamie says:

    The running time is a little short 🙁
    But, hey, maybe thimans they have a lot of unused material. Extended edition, someone? 😀

  • David Sutton says:

    This information is not accurate.

    • Pepper Darcy says:

      I’m glad it’s not accurate. I was dying reading 115 minutes! Toy Story 3 is hardly SHORTER than THAT! 12 min shorter to be exact! 🙂 You are *SO* fortunate to have seen the movie! 😀

  • silent warrior Trinity-hawkeye291 says:

    it is okay……i watch PG movies before! i can handle it!

    • NarniaNerd says:

      Ummm…okay.

      • Dorkyworky says:

        PG movies are just fine!

      • NarniaNerd says:

        Yeah…that’s what I was thinking. PG ratings are for, like, 4 year olds. 🙂

      • NarniaNerd says:

        What I mean is, if you’re over the age of 8, you don’t really need parental guidance to watch a PG-rated movie. Normally, they’re only rated PG for some minor violence (with no blood), brief language (like, the D word), or mildly crude or innapropriate jokes (most of which, kids don’t even understand).
        PG-13 often means vioence with blood and a bit of gore, sometimes A LOT of language, and innapropriate jokes. So, parental guidance is definitely good for those movies.
        The ratings can be kind of misleading sometimes, though. Marley and Me was rated PG, but it had a lot of innapropriate humor, and some very suggestive scenes! I was kind of surprised that they gave it that rating.
        Prince of Persia and Pirates of the Caribbean are rated PG-13, but they’re not that "bad" for kids. I’ve known many small children who watched POTC.
        Okay, I’ll stop now.