I think everyone knows this story nowadays! Fun fantasy, good wins over evil. The Christian morals are present, but don't interfere with the fun of the book.
If you haven't read the Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe, you have missed one of the most entertaining books of last century. Reading it at 7 or 31, I was fascinated and moved to tears both times. This is C.S. Lewis first Narnian adventure and the introduction of the world to Peter, Susan, Edmond, Lucy, Aslan, and many other truly unforgettable creatures. As the four children are magically drawn into the world of Narnia, the discover in themselves a yearn for adventure, justice, and a bravery and faith in good they had not yet discovered.
Okay first off I have no idea how they are making a movie out of this book, it is so short and nothing really happens. The writer makes everything happen with out any real tension or conflict it just happens, oh you need magic liquid to heal your brother, I'll just have Santa Claus give it to you. You need some way to save your brother from the evil witch okay I'll take his place on the sacraficail table, oh that means im going to die ah well i'll just make him come back to life. Dumb.
Also the one thing that was pounded into my head when I took some writing classes in college was that you can't switch points of view. In other words you can't go from telling the story from the main characters points of view and then suddenly talk to the reader. Sure you have to change view from each character in the book but to talk to the reader is just strange. Don't get this book, save your money and get something better. Like Eragon, Eldest, any of the Harry Potter books. What a waste of my money.