It will live in your heart forever!
Leaving the safety of their nursery behind, Wendy, Michael and John follow Peter Pan to a magical world where childhood lasts forever. But while in Neverland, the kids must face Captain Hook and foil his attempts to get rid of Peter for good.
Dear Disney people,
I love it. Thank you.
Hugs and kisses,
( Dirk is my dad. He made me watch this.)
maybe i'm heartless to see here only weirdly Freudian white racist heternormative privilege, but anyway fuck these kids.
still, better than HOOK.
Disney’s adaptation of Peter Pan is easily the most popular screen interpretation of J.M. Barrie’s perennial favourite about the boy who never grew up and his battle with pirates. It is easy to see why the story has entertained generations of children and adults alike as it has a magical sense of adventure for the young and a simple childhood longing for the old. Disney’s interpretation certainly works best for the younger demographic, with its briskly paced episodic story of derring-do and swashbuckling adventure, but there is still nostalgic enjoyment to be had by the jaded adults too.
As with a lot of the Disney films of the period, Peter Pan, can feel a bit bitty at times. The episodic…
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Peter Pan was always like a fantasy come true for me as a kid. This is essentially every boy's fantasy come true. What boy didn't love pirates, magic, fantasy, flying...who didn't just eat that shit up as a kid? I guess that's why so many of us loved this as a kid and looking at it now, it's still pretty damn fun to watch.
The characters are very likable. Pan himself is cocky as hell, but he could back it up and was a fun character. His relationship with Wendy was cute because it's kinda relatable, especially to girls who always tried to express her feelings to a boy but the boy was so clueless about…
Another one added to the blu ray collection
Looked beautiful , and my fav part is anything with the crocodile his fave is so great
This movie is a tad racist and sexist though....but I still love the story of never land
Disney's last Nine Old Men movie is offset by a bland lead character and tepid songs.
Are you tired of being a grown up? Do you dream day and night of being a child again? Do you constantly wish to escape reality and enter a fantastic world filled with adventure, greatness and wonderful feelings? Then Walt Disney Pictures has the solution, just for YOU! Peter Pan. Watch it now!
Regarded as one of Disney's classics, but unfortunately it is one of the weaker efforts from the era. The character designs are great, but apart from a few moments such as the flight to Neverland, the animation is somewhat bland. The film is much more targeted at a younger audience too with a lot more slapstick humour and less emphasis on the Wendy/Peter dynamic, giving the desire to grow up over the wish to enjoy childhood very little attention. The songs are unmemorable and whilst Hook is fun to watch, he is largely a weak villain and offers little threat to Pan. That may have been the intent, but he cannot compare to the Queen from Snow White or Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. A darker story is hinted at in the making of and would likely have improved the film.
Seen this one so many times. It's one of my favorite Disney. I am little bit like Peter Pan, I never really grew up much
Great disney classic centered around the alligator with Peter Pan, the Lostboys and Captain Hook and crew as a side show.
One of Disney's most magical films is also one of his funniest. Beautiful animation, excellent score, and very funny script, Peter Pan is one of Disney's best.
Peter Pan earns a star with some really great scenes that warrant recollection. The fight scenes between Pan and Hook are brilliantly choreographed, and even as an adult there is sheer wonder to be found when the children first learn to fly. There is also some great comedy, especially to be found in the pirate crew as they toil in their eternal struggle to capture the elusive Pan. And my favorite comedic character will always be the crocodile, a villain's villain whose theme music always makes me smile. There is action, adventure, and deep reflections on what it means to leave childhood behind and embrace adulthood.
So why only one star?
I did not slip and accidently rate this "classic"…
"Peter: Forget them, Wendy. Forget them all. Come with me where you'll never, never have to worry about grown up things again.
Wendy: Never is an awfully long time."
Short, racist, kinda pointless and soulless but hey I grew up on this so brainwashed to enjoy it on some level.