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Plot: The classic tale of 'Peter Pan' continues in Disney's sequel 'Return to Never Land'. In 1940 on a world besieged by World War II, Wendy, now grown up, has two children, one of them is her daughter, Jane. She wears her trench coat during the air raid, and later that night, Wendy tries to give her own children hope by telling them of her magical experiences with Peter Pan in Never Land. However, Jane, Wendy's daughter, sees it all as make believe and refuses to believe in the tales. That is, until the villainous Captain Hook mistakes her for Wendy and abducts her to Never Land in an attempt to lure and capture Peter Pan. Peter Pan's quest to return Jane safely home is jeopardized until she can begin to believe in the magic of imagination. Runtime: 72 mins Release Date: 14 Feb 2002
One thing I've noticed about most Disney sequels is that the storyline tends to be the opposite of the original. It's not different here. In the original "Peter Pan", Wendy has no intention of growing up too soon and instead goes to Never Land for a while, where she'll never grow up. But in "Return to Never Land", Wendy has grown up, gotten married and had kids of her own. Her son, Danny, who's still very young, is always intrigued by his mother's stories of Peter, but her older daughter Jane, who feels as though now her father's gone to war, she <more>
must protect her family, it means no more silly stories. And then the movie develops from there, when Jane is thought to be Wendy and is kidnapped by Captain Hook. Then, of course, Peter Pan meets her and then the story continues from there. Jane thinks she's really mature, and it's up to Peter and the Lost Boys to bring out her childish side again.I think "Return to Never Land" is one of the better Disney sequels, as heaps of others have turned out to rip-offs of the original. If they thought this was going to be like the others, they would've released it straight to video. So, if you have to see a Disney sequel, then this is a pretty good one.
I am a 13 year old kid and I saw the movie and when I saw the war parts I was shocked and sort of felt sorry for wendy because she was in the war area but when the movie got to the where the ship is entering the second star to the right I heard sounds in that scene like: I'll get you for this pan if it's the last thing I do,ticking,and Peter famous line from "Peter Pan": Once you're grown up you can never back. I liked the lost boys, though in number one they used to fight alot.And pan wasn't mean to Jane he was just upset because tink's light was fading and the <more>
ending was almost sad because peter sort of felt that he didn't give a darn about wendy but she cared for him.my favorite lost boy is Slightly he rocks. Plus the songs were great I liked "So to be one of us" and "now that you're one of us" but My favorite song is the new version of "Do you believe in magic" it's a new version of the song then the oringal.the reason why disney wanted to do a sequal to peter pan is because they thought that we kids and adults might to see peter pan again and take us back to neverland and have us forget what's going in the world like the Terrorism war.The movie was a huge hit at my Regal cinemas in lincoln city,oregon everyone clapped and I yelled "GIVE US MORE PAN". Rumor has it that disney is thinking about doing a thrid Peter pan movie called: Peter Pan 3, the plot: it is going to be about peter's past,how tink came in his life,how hook and the pirates got to neverland,and how the lost boys got there too.
What a wonderful surprise! In this sequel, Disney has managed to balance the reality of the Second World War the blitz, in London with the make-believe of Peter Pan. The story is really about the difficult balance between childish wonder and youthful responsibility. Jane is the daughter of Wendy, and, as a younger child, enjoyed the wonder-filled stories her mother told her about Peter Pan. Now, a couple of years later, she is trying to be responsible and look after her little brother and her mother - for her father, away serving in the army. She feels that she can't be 'a <more>
believer' and be responsible at the same time. The movie is complemented by excellent 'background' songs which enhance the magic, and humour, drama, the quirkiness of the surreal Neverland the octopus manages to be a little scary, but also, as amusing as the crocodile in the original and values that appeal to parents and children alike. In fact, having taken children to this movie on two occasions, I can confirm this is another Disney classic.
My friend and I went and saw this movie and felt like we were little again. It made us laugh and it was great to see some of our favorite characters come alive again. I hate to read about critics when they dissect the movie, all you need to know is that it's a wonderful sequel, that personally, I plan to see again. No matter what age you are you'll leave after with a smile on your face. Jane is the perfect portrayal of kids these days and what they're missing. So do yourself a huge favor and just go see it.
the best sequel ever (by turtlesouls)
This is the best Disney sequel ever made,in my opinion. My sister and I just love this one. It's a lot better than the first Peter Pan. It has a better plot than any other Disney sequel. Most Disney sequels are not true to the orignal characters. As a result,they don't have nearly as much of the orignal magic. This rare example of a good Disney 2nd has almost as much,if not more,of that famous magic than it's predecessor. All in all,this is an extremely good movie.
Enjoyable and imaginative sequel (by herbqedi)
I thought the adult Wendy's family captured Barrie's spirit and British roots better than the original even though the time period was necessarily updated. By the way, the wartime relocation to the countryside, questioned by several reviewers, although not universal, was real, and affected a number of families. I thought the set-up was exceedingly well handled. The adult Wendy and daughter Jane both came off as much stronger and self-possessed than Wendy -- as one might expect in the differences between the early-war era and the turn of the nineteenth century. So far, so <more>
good.Wendy's abduction was amusingly orchestrated, but the rationale for it subsequently evaporated as things proceeded. Most of the songs were uninspired time-killers. The Lost Boys lacked their original feistiness and spirit, relegated instead to clumsy comic relief. Consequently, from an adult perspective, I found myself agreeing with Jane -- wishing she had paid more attention to Mum's tall tales so she could figure out how to get away from the insufferable lads. On the other hand, even though it was by far the weakest third of the movie, the film's middle was far from a total loss. I thought the octopus was an interesting variation on the crock, though the song itself didn't work. I thought the pirates were even more amusing than in the original, most especially Hook and Smee. Most of all, I did enjoy the stronger and more independent character embodied by Jane. And, except for the songs, the movie's pacing was sharp with many amusing lines. From the time that Jane is nearly duped by Hook to the end turns out to be the strongest third of the film. The new mutually empowering relationship forged between Jane and Tink was inspired yes, it runs 100% counterculture to Barrie's conception of Tinkerbell, but this is not Barrie's turn-of-the-19th-century book; it is a 21st-century family film , and fit well into Jane's ambivalence at remaining a lost girl.The climactic scenes with Hook's crew were even better than in the original, and the animated sequences were extremely creative and impeccable technically. The final ending, back in England, is simply exquisite.Overall, I point mostly to drastically inferior songs in concluding that I still prefer the original, but as sequels go, this one is both entertaining and thoughtful enough for adults. As for the kids, if my three-and-one-half year old granddaughter and my friends nine year old daughter are at-all indicative, this is one they don't tire of watching again and again.If you're a purist or looking for strict consistency, skip Return to Never-Land because you won't enjoy it. For myself and others who wish to share movies with kids that both can enjoy, I rate it 8/10, certainly above-average for a sequel.
All you need is faith, trust and pixie dust! This is a surprisingly pleasant sequel. The C.G. Tinkerbelle is not as ...delicate as I remember from the first, but she is still made well and is just as spunky! I think they did a very good job on this movie...so good of a job that I would not classify it with normal sequels. I think it will be on the shelf with the other classics. They still have the Tink that turns red when she's mad, and the lost boys haven't changed a bit. Peter is just as I remember him, and in all this they did a great job. And overall, I love this movie. The <more>
credits did surprise me. They reminded me of the last page in the Little Golden Books I read as a child. Very similar artistry...very similar lay out.Also, I'd like to add that the music was actually not torture for me to listen to...which counts for a lot for my opinion of cartoons.I would not miss taking my children to this movie. It's even a sweet date movie.I think you will like it.
Well, the plot isn't big like it was in the original. But I have to say, Return To Neverland was great anyway! First of all, I think I liked Peter more in this. Don't get me wrong, he was great in the original, but he was less cocky in this and I sorta liked that.I liked how it was Wendy's daughter Jane, instead of the original characters like in most Disney sequels, it was more, I don't know, realistic.Well, like I said, the plot isn't big at all, it's quite simple, but that doesn't spoil the goodness of the movie! I can see why they put it straight to Theatres <more>
instead direct-to-video, it is enjoyable!There's one scene I just loved Note:You may not wanna read this, it may ruin it for you, that's why I put Spoiler alert on , The scene near the end,where Peter and Wendy see each other again, and she's all grown up. Seriously, it's just aw! But yeah, great movie!
ATTENTION,DISNEY BASHING Another sequel. Disney is getting to that point where the innovaters and thinkers are pathetic. When Walt was alive, he did not want to make sequels of any of his films. But today, its all Disney innovaters know how to do, besides sit on their ass and think of more sequels to make. If Walt knew what they were doing to his industry of films, hed be rolling in his grave now. Now, I do think it was a good film, but the first one was just as good or better. What I think Disney innovaters need to do instead of absolutely nothing is come up with another good idea like <more>
Atlantis. But not Atlantis 2. Hopefully, the Disney innovaters will come up with something new, or I will never watch Disney again.