Aren't there thousands of wonderful fairy tales from around the world that could be done? My gripe is with this character development of Peter Pan. After recognizing and asking Jane to follow Wendy's footstep, Peter takes her to his hideout to be the mother of the Lost Boys, but Jane refuses and gets stranded. The animation wasn't bad, though. The best character was Jane, but that isn't saying much, and Peter's new voice was horrible, too bolshy. I am glad that Jane ended up being the hero, but that's all that I found cool.
In closing, Peter still looks pretty good in tights. Unfortunately, this is not true. The credits did surprise me. I think you will like it. They reminded me of the last page in the Little Golden Books I read as a child. This movie short, like Tarzan and Jane short felt more like an exploitation of a classic than a tribute to a timeless and charming film. James And how much Peter likes baseball, Tootles likes football, and Tinkerbell likes pulling on everyone's hair.
Though this sequel, of course, comes no where near the first could anything? The animation and the story were the redeeming qualities, but unfortunately the songs and the characters fall flat. Her husband goes to war and tells little Jane that she is in charge, so Jane takes that very seriously and acts as head of the household. 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. 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! Owen also voiced Young Wendy. As the pirates arrive to capture the boys, Hook reveals Jane was an accomplice. Heartstring remain untugged, blood remains unstirred and yawns unstiffled.
Peter Pan's quest to return Jane safely home is jeopardized until she can begin to believe in the magic of imagination. Pieter Lommerse and Andrew Collins served as the supervising animators for Peter Pan. And pan wasn't mean to Jane he was just upset because tink's light was fading and the ending was almost sad because peter sort of felt that he didn't give a darn about wendy but she cared for him. When I was young and saw the first Peter Pan cartoon movie, I was thrilled. As Peter drops the anchor on the ship and sinks into the sea, the pirates, riding on a rowboat, are pursued by the octopus. To sum things up: If you want Pan - watch Hook, or maybe a good stage version. I'm sorry that this is mostly negative, but Return To Neverland was very disappointing.
I liked the lost boys, though in number one they used to fight alot. Hook mistakes Jane for Windy, and takes her to Neverland. The voice cast is the only other amazing thing about this movie; they almost sound exactly like the original cast from the original Peter Pan, over 50 years ago. No matter what age you are you'll leave after with a smile on your face. This is a surprisingly pleasant sequel. Even the youngsters at which it is aimed will sneer and loose interest long before the awful teeny band sings its squeaky cacophony over the welcome end credits! And then the movie develops from there, when Jane is thought to be Wendy and is kidnapped by Captain Hook.
I loved seeing the return of Captain James Hook, he and his sidekick, Smee, just cracked me up so badly in the first Peter Pan, they were back in Return to Never Land and are still crazy than ever. First of all, I think I liked Peter more in this. She is kidnapped by Captain Hook, who thinks she is Wendy. This is a great movie,the art,the background,the music,the cast, and the animation. 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.
I guess this film was made for little girls during a time of war. 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. With Tinker Bell's help, Jane learns to fly. Jane however, thinks twice about it, and throws away the whistle, after she discovered the secret hiding place of the treasure. Its now World War Two and an adult Wendy is living in London, still telling tales of Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Tinkerbell and all the other inhabitants of Never Land to her two children; Danny, an awe struck little boy and Jane, a more cynical, pragmatic older girl who has no time for fairytales.
He takes her to Never Land, and sets a trap for Peter. Do we really really have to have good guys do bad things and not know any better. Due to a legal dispute, the Native-Americans are completely absent in this movie, but does show their teepees and totem poles in one sequence. At that point, Tinker Bell's health starts failing. If you want Emo Loony Toons, I advise you to rent this movie. I'd like to see more of Neverland and less 'stuff' What I mean by 'stuff' is all the shenanigans that are constantly going on. I mean, if I could change anything about this movie, I'd have her notice Peter flying by with Jane, and wave or something.
They head to the ship and see Hook forcing Peter to walk the plank. It made us laugh and it was great to see some of our favorite characters come alive again. Cornerstone Animation was contracted to do animation direction. This sequel, however, made me cringe. After all, it's been over 40 years since the original Peter Pan, so I think it would've been hard to get the same actors.
I can hardly believe that this, this. Lianne Hughes served as the supervising animator for Jane Darling. The plot is similar to Walt Disney's classic replacing Wendy with her daughter Jane who along with Peter undertake several adventures in Neverland ; as Pan with the help of her and the Lost Boys must save his friends by battling with Captain Hook and Smee once again. Jane is the daughter of Wendy, and, as a younger child, enjoyed the wonder-filled stories her mother told her about Peter Pan. But I recommend Return to Never Land, it's a cute Disney sequel.