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Peter Pan Movie Review

Peter Pan Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The classic story of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys is back on the big screen this time starring Jeremy Sumpter and Jason Isaacs. And, its done right! Check out the review here!

If you're thinking, just what we need, another version of an old, over-told story - think again. If you didn't dig Hook, or any of the lame TV versions of the flick, no fears - this new Peter Pan movie will make you love the flying boy again.

Peter Pan: The Real Story

The 2003 version of Peter Pan, brought to the big screen this time by Universal Pictures, is a pretty good adaptation of the original story. The whole adventure starts with Peter eavesdropping on Wendy Darling as she recounts imaginary tales of pirates and princesses to her lil' bros John and Michael. It's filled with old-skool details like Peter losing his shadow, John wearing a top hat and the big, old ticking crock.

Peter Pan: Fairdust Fun!

Everything from Tinkerbell to Hook's featherless parrot will make you smile. Jeremy Sumpter (who plays Peter Pan) and Rachel Hurd-Wood (who plays Wendy), are incredible to watch. They have great chemistry together. The Lost Boys and Wendy's brothers are a total giggle-fest. Hook (played by Jason Isaacs) is the perfect combination of scary and silly. The biggest scene stealer is the giant, ticking crocodile!

Peter Pan: The Final

This movie is, hands-down, the best version of Peter Pan ever made. You'll be cheering and laughing the whole way through.

Peter Pan Movie Rating:4

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