Last night my wife and I rented and watched The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. I thought the first 35 minutes moved pretty slowly. But the second two-thirds of the movie was focused almost entirely on Aslan's strategy for redeeming Narnia from the curse of the White Witch. The most significant part of his plan included his substitutionary death to pay the penalty for the law-breaking of Edmund. Then he rose from the dead, defeating death for all who loved him.
I couldn't believe that Walt Disney would make a movie that so blatantly portrayed the gospel in a way that the world could understand it. I recommend this movie.