All children grow up…
Life is a game to Peter Pan — a wonderful, exciting game. That is what he wants. But one day, while looking in at the Darling Children’s nursery in London, Peter decides he wants more than that. He wants a different adventure.
So Peter Pan takes the Darling children to Neverland. Where you never have to grow up. And his wildest adventure begins…
Movie Classification: PG
My Rating: 4 Stars
An excellent family movie, complete with excitement, drama, humour, action — and a touch of childish romance. The visual effects are astounding and the scenery extremely well done. One might even feel as if they visited Neverland themselves. The children’s acting is realistic and relatable. As for humour, there is more than one place where the audience will find themselves laughing.
The story-line roughly follows J.M. Barrie’s classics: Peter Pan, and Peter Pan and Wendy. The movie begins with Wendy recounting the tale of her exploration to Neverland — in the days before she had to “grow-up”, and when she dreamt of writing a novel (in three-parts). Of course, in order to write a novel, one must have an adventure. And Peter Pan took Wendy on the wildest adventure of all.