Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Captain Hook. I feel as if I've just visited some spin off place where quick dollars and poor writing are placeholders for adventures and dreams. The story is really about the difficult balance between childish wonder and youthful responsibility. It was a great tribute to Peter Pan and his legacy as well as a great movie. The story wasn't bad either, trying to keep Hook from getting the treasure and everything. 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.
Luckily, she is healed by Jane, thanks to her faith, and Jane goes to rescue Peter. Peter Pan's confidence was strong and unwavering. Today, they are nothing but a mass-marketing machine with xtreme advertising that is really better than the products themselves. I mean, if I could change anything about this movie, I'd have her notice Peter flying by with Jane, and wave or something. It's a terrific familiar amusement that will appeal to vintage tale fans. Now the backgrounds are crisper, and the characters don't just fly, they propel through the air using state of the art special effects. Several years later, she gets into an argument with her brother.
It wouldn't be enjoyable to one who hasn't seen Peter Pan in awhile or not more than once--but for those who love Peter, they'll recognize the parallels between the films instantly and fall in love with it as quickly as they did the first. The fable will appeal to adventure and classic tale fan. This sequel, however, made me cringe. I can hardly believe that this, this. The animation wasn't bad, though. Description: 1 videocassette 73 min. The animation and the story were the redeeming qualities, but unfortunately the songs and the characters fall flat.
The main problem was that it isn't a true sequel at all, compared to the first film and the book. Because most of the original voice cast of the movie had died, including Hans Conried Hook and Bobby Driscoll Peter Pan , an entirely new cast of actors had to be used to film this sequel such as Corey Burton as Hook , Jeff Bennett as Smee , Kath Soucie as Wendy , Roger Rees as Edward , Spencer Breslin as Cubby , Bradley Pierce as Nibs and Clive Revill. There, Hook plans to feed Jane to the octopus who replaced Tick-Tock the Crocodile in order to lure Peter into a trap. Well, the plot isn't big like it was in the original. The Pixie-Powered edition went out of print in January 2009.
It's some kid's body who seems to be inhabited by an arrogant teen who believes any and every girl should fall at his feet in a dead swoon. Owen also voiced Young Wendy. Disney must be desperate to release this picture and at best this is a direct to video type of item, and is not suitable as a theatrical release. I think it will be on the shelf with the other classics. Jane just wants to get back home to London, and decides to help Hook find hidden treasure since he promises to take her home.
The studio has made some great movies Lion King, Little Mermaid , but has the creative well run dry? I can learn to accept that. I can see why they put it straight to Theatres instead direct-to-video, it is enjoyable! Pieter Lommerse and Andrew Collins served as the supervising animators for Peter Pan. As Peter Pan's quest to go back Jane safely home is jeopardized until she can start to believe in the magic of imagination. James And how much Peter likes baseball, Tootles likes football, and Tinkerbell likes pulling on everyone's hair. Horrified, Jane rushes back to the hideout to Tinker Bell's body, but she revives. An entertaining movie , a little tiring when the characters are singing , but is still shines. The film follows Wendy's daughter who refuses to believe in her mother's story during in , only to be mistakenly brought to by the pirates.
I want my seven dollars back. I liked the voices and and gags. Only see this film after watching the original, and only if you're not going to compare it to it. . Also, I'd like to add that the music was actually not torture for me to listen to. I'm gonna skip ahead a little bit here for I refuse to waste any more time than i have to warning you about this morbidly horrible film. 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 picture mingles action , feats , humor , tongue-in-cheek , fantasy and a lot of entertainment. My gripe is with this character development of Peter Pan. And overall, I love this movie. They head to the ship and see Hook forcing Peter to walk the plank. Had it been direct to video, my expectations wouldn't have been so high. The film centers about Peter Pan voice by Blayne Weaver , a nice adolescent who doesn't want grow up , Wendy , her daughter Jane and brothers. What I really don't understand is the fact that none of the Indians were in it.
However when Hook flies his sailing ship to London, kidnaps Jane and takes her to Never Land, she soon wishes she has paid more attention to her mothers stories. One could come up with something better in 15 min. Earlier, Jane had declared that she didn't believe in fairies, even after she sees Tinker Bell. As Jane is kidnapped by Captain Hook from parents' home and they are going to Neverland. I remember there's some Evanescence-Amy-Lee-ish lament in the beginning which in the lyrics reiterated events that happened 2 minutes ago. 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. Many Peter Pan purists were very upset by the characterization of Tinker Bell as a petulant and voluptuous young woman as old film ¨Peter Pan¨ as its sequel the ¨Return to Never Land¨.
When I was young and saw the first Peter Pan cartoon movie, I was thrilled. Hook gives Jane a whistle to signal him when she finds it and leaves. It wasn't that bad, it was actually pretty enjoyable as far as Disney sequels go. Aren't there thousands of wonderful fairy tales from around the world that could be done? Smee, Hook's first mate and sidekick. However, Peter rescues Jane and Hook escapes from the octopus, returning to the ship.