This animated fairy tale for kids tells the classic story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up. Determined never to become an adult, Peter stays forever young in a magical word called Neverland, where he leads a band of mischevious kids called the Lost Boys. Unfortunately, Neverland's chief other inhabitant is a pirate named Captain Hook, who would like nothing more than to put a permanent end to Peter's fun.
- Stars:Phillip Hinton, Keith Scott, Daniel Floyd, Jonathon Panic, Caz Adams, Olivia Martin, Jaye Rosenberg, Ben Brennan, Michael Anthony,
- Writer:J.M. Barrie (novel), Paul Leadon (screenplay)
This animated fairy tale for kids tells the classic story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up. Determined never to become an adult, Peter stays forever young in a magical word called Neverland, where he leads a band of mischevious kids called the Lost Boys. Unfortunately, Neverland's chief other inhabitant is a pirate named Captain Hook, who would like nothing more than to put a permanent end to Peter's fun. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Is Theater is dying? Maybe not!The only theater play I have ever attended was while I was in primary school (what the Americas call a field trip), it will forever stay soldered in my mind as the ending came near; fake snow fell from ceiling above, like Wynona Ryder in Edward Scissorhands. Actors, although I have never met any, from stories and Kevin Smiths podcast, plus critic's have stated they are boring self centered people. I can see what they meant by watching this on Netflix, ah.... Netflix juckyard for lack-luster films that get eaten up by it subscribers leaving them with the idea it is the best cinema has to offer. But I digress slowly to the point of this documentary, friendship in actors in creating an amazing and original experience that is the theater. Theater; it happens once then its gone, in present day and age that is what makes it what it is, its genesis, the mojo of watching actors play a story right in front of you, the origins of all entertainment. This film follows Kevin Spacey and an assortments of lesser known stage actors as they play Shakespeare's Richard II or is it called the third, I'm so dumb I can't remember. Anyway, they play Shakespeare's Richard-the-whatever number a hundred times in the world's greatest places, but never really catching that zing, the film does try to capture. There is that humanity you find as these actors who's lives 24/7 is to pretend, build a faithful relationship that is the cement in the production of there play. Those truthful friendships are covered up like dog shit on a shoe, by a poor approach at editing the scenes all jumbled up, less explanations and more behind the scenes. It falls over like a tradegity when Spacey centers the film on his ego instead of the kindle of false and real friendships it presents then lose. Still a very interesting watch for cinephiles and theater fans.
(it) wrote: Sanjay Dutt is great and plays this role with great relish, love him,
(kr) wrote: This is a great documentary. A must see.
(es) wrote: Not all monsters hide under your bed or in your closet--A real-time, mellowed-out, honest movie!!
(de) wrote: One of those movies that makes me mad because I've just struggled through an okay movie only to be left with a non ending. Frustrating as I have no idea what happened to anyone here, it just ends with no resolution. Does Shy (Orlando Bloom) get his girl? (Zoe Saldana) Does he get caught? Does he die fishing on Friday the 13th? What about Bill Paxton, did he get away with the loot? Did his daughter stay on Cayman? Anyways I was curious to see this since it takes place in the Cayman Islands and I lived there for 4 years however this version of CI is very different to my experiences while there. It was fun to see some familiar sights but I never did see any Caymanians just Jamaicans and other expats. I also had a hard time believing these characters were in high-school. Red Sail sports is transformed into a fishing charter. 09.13
(mx) wrote: Good western. I always love Sam Elliot....wow, what a voice!!!!
(es) wrote: the only reason i watched this is because it was filmed in my hometown. it was really bad, but cool while they were filming.
(nl) wrote: I don't watch many movies from the 70s but if you watch lastest hit Westworld on HBO which is based on Michael Crichton's book and he also directed this movie then you should give it a shot to give you a little different perspective.
(us) wrote: except for some interesting cinematography in the first hour there isn't much here and this movie pays dearly for each of the hundred deviations it takes from the book.
(au) wrote: I thought this was a great film. If anyone has any suggestions of films like it send them my way. It's basically about a man with a gift to contact the deceased and see a persons important life moments through touch
(ag) wrote: Was it really that bad? I didn't think so. Of course I have no idea how historically accurate it is but that didn't stop me from liking this film. If anything, the dialogue wasn't anything special but I liked the film because of it's visual splendors. The cinematography and set designs made this film worth seeing for me. Of course I can see how this film may have caused a stir back in 1959 with the Egyptian orgy scene, but it's nothing compared to some movies today.
(br) wrote: not as bad as I was expecting