History Disney / PeterPan

28th Feb '17 5:47:28 PM Grif
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* AsYouKnow: In their opening scene, Hook and Smee explain the backstory of Peter Pan cutting off Hook's hand and throwing it to the crocodile. It's done rather smoothly in the form of Hook exploding at the thought of having to show "good form."
19th Feb '17 9:21:04 AM Phys101
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** Captain Hook gets rather temperamental at Mr. Smee for saying shooting a man in the middle of his cadenza is bad form, since Peter Pan chopping off his hand and throwing it to the croc isn't exactly good form either.

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** Captain Hook gets rather temperamental at Mr. Smee for saying shooting a man in the middle of his cadenza is bad form, since Peter Pan chopping off his hand and throwing it to the croc crocodile isn't exactly good form either.


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* Exposition: Rather brazen, under the guise of "Good Form", about everything involving Peter, Captain Hook, and the ticking Crocodile. Captain Hook agrees with Smee that cutting off his hand was but a childish prank; feeding it to the Crocodile was Peter's major crime.
12th Feb '17 12:12:46 PM morenohijazo
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* {{Underlighting}}: Underlighing was used to make Tinkerbell glow.
7th Feb '17 5:50:53 PM HeroGal2347
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* ForgotToMindTheirHead: Mr. Darling is introduced searching through his drawers for his missing cufflinks and hitting his head on an open drawer above him.
15th Jan '17 3:09:40 PM Jayalaw
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* AffablyEvil: Smee.

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* AffablyEvil: Smee. Though he is a pirate and is loyal to Hook, he cares more about his captain's well-being than about actually being evil.



* BrutalHonesty: Peter tells the kids that if they want to leave, he won't stop them, and he can't, but once you grow up you can never return to Neverland.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass:
** Smee. It's not obvious, but he has his moments. For example, his reaction to the crew threatening him is to stick his tongue out and resume the business of shaving his captain. He also shoos the crocodile away politely with his foot, rows like mad to save Hook from the reptile, and captures Tinker Bell in a surprise ambush.
** Michael and John in battle. Michael manages to weaponize his teddy bear by slipping a cannonball in it, and John reveals himself to be a strategist when facing the pirates.



* DeathByGenreSavviness: Before revealing Peter's hideout location, Tinker Bell extracts a promise from Hook that he won't "harm" Peter. She specifies that he won't lay a "hook" or a finger on him. He still tries to kill Peter, to her chagrin.



* DisproportionateRetribution: Peter continually makes Hook's life miserable, despite the man seemingly having done nothing to originally spark the boy's malice.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: DisproportionateRetribution:
** Hook shoots a pirate for singing and interrupting his train of thought.
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Peter continually makes Hook's life miserable, despite the man seemingly having done nothing to originally spark the boy's malice.malice.
* DoubleStandard: When Wendy comes to Neverland, the residents either try to kill her or make her do chores, due to her being female; the Indians, mermaids and Tinker Bell really have it in for her. When the boys come to Neverland, Michael and John are allowed to pursue adventures, and are only threatened with death once.



* EpicFail: Smee throughout the movie attempts to care for his captain, but he's not very good at it. While giving him a shave, he accidentally shaves a seagull that lands on Hook's head and injures the captain with some comical antics. When the crocodile gives chase, Smee accidentally hits Hook with the oar. When Hook has a headache from the antics with the crocodile, Smee annoys him by hammering DO NOT DISTURB signs on the cabin door, hitting ''hook'' with the hammer and knocking him selfless, and putting too much hot water in his foot bath.

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* EpicFail: Smee throughout the movie attempts to care for his captain, but he's not very good at it. While giving him a shave, he accidentally shaves a seagull that lands on Hook's head and injures the captain with some comical antics. When the crocodile gives chase, Smee accidentally hits Hook with the oar. When Hook has a headache from the antics with the crocodile, Smee annoys him by hammering DO NOT DISTURB signs on the cabin door, hitting ''hook'' ''Hook'' with the hammer and knocking him selfless, senseless, and putting too much hot water in his foot bath.



* HeelRealization:
** Tink gets it when she realizes that betraying Peter to Hook will lead to the only human she likes getting killed. She immediately tells him, while possibly dying, that he needs to rescue Wendy and the boys from the pirates. During the fight she also tries to stop the pirates from killing the Lost Boys in the crews's nest.
** Peter also gets it after the bomb nearly kills him. He realizes that Tink was right, and that she decided to die for him.



* JerkassHasAPoint: Perhaps George Darling overreacted a tad by forcing Wendy to move out of the playroom the following day, but he was justifiably upset when she and the boys took his coat cufflings to use as buried treasure for their game without asking and drew a treasure map ''on his shirt front for his company party where he was the guest of honor.'' He also has a bit of justifiability for having Nanna put outside, as he had just tripped on Nanna, knocking her over slightly while he got his foot caught on a toy wagon and went flying across the room, hitting the wall hard. Guess who his family showed their condolensces to solely?
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: George Darling. Also Peter and Tink, when push comes to shove.

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* ItsPersonal:
** Hook wants to kill Peter for cutting off his hand and tossing it to the crocodile.
** For most of the movie Peter treats Hook like a FriendlyEnemy, in that he toys with him and mocks the captain at every point. When Hook's bomb nearly kills Tinker Bell, and the pirate tries to kill Wendy and the Lost Boys, however? Peter tells him "This time you've gone too far!" and fights him more seriously.
* JerkassHasAPoint: Perhaps George Darling overreacted a tad by forcing Wendy to move out of the playroom the following day, but he was justifiably upset when she and the boys took his coat cufflings to use as buried treasure for their game without asking and drew a treasure map ''on his shirt front for his company party where he was the guest of honor.'' Wendy didn't know what the boys did, since she was surprised to see the map on his shirtfront, but maybe she should have reminded the boys to be more careful. He also has a bit of justifiability justification for having Nanna put outside, as he had just tripped on Nanna, knocking her over slightly while he got his foot caught on a toy wagon and went flying across the room, hitting the wall hard. Guess who his family showed their condolensces condolences to solely?
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: JerkWithAHeartOfGold:
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George Darling. Darling.
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Also Peter and Tink, when push comes to shove.



* LetsGetDangerous: Peter is a boy who can fly and is immortal. Thus, he tends to treat adventures, flying, and people frivolously. But any time he fights? He uses flight to his advantage and can match Hook blow for blow.



* RealityEnsues: As it turns out, happy thoughts will ''not'' enable you to fly. Peter Pan is quick to realize this after the Darling children first attempt it. The real solution is fairy dust, a fantasy element introduced by J.M. Barrie in order to address concerns that the "happy thoughts will enable you to fly" thing could be taken seriously by impressionable children.

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* RealityEnsues: RealityEnsues:
** When a boy wants to drag you to his home to be his "mother," that is to love him and sing stories and all, he's probably not going to have that much in the compassion department. Wendy finds out that even though Peter keeps her safe and take her to see the mermaids, he's a bit too self-centered and immature to consider her feelings.
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As it turns out, happy thoughts will ''not'' enable you to fly. Peter Pan is quick to realize this after the Darling children first attempt it. The real solution is fairy dust, a fantasy element introduced by J.M. Barrie in order to address concerns that the "happy thoughts will enable you to fly" thing could be taken seriously by impressionable children.
13th Jan '17 2:44:07 PM Jayalaw
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* AdultFear:
** Wendy doesn't want to admit she's growing up. The thought of getting a room of her own and being separated from her brothers saddens her. Her adventure in Neverland proves that growing up can have its benefits, in that you're not the ChewToy in a resident of boys and murderous fairy creatures.
** Mrs. Darling is concerned when Wendy says she has Peter's shadow, and that Peter may return for it. Namely, she hopes the children will be all right with her and George at the party, and Nana locked up outside. When they get home, she freaks out on seeing Wendy not in bed.


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* BondVillainStupidity: Hook really shouldn't have locked up Tinker Bell in that lantern once he got the information that he wanted -- where Peter's hiding spot was. When she overhears that he's planted a bomb in the hideout, she immediately breaks free and rushes in time to save Peter from the impact.


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* EpicFail: Smee throughout the movie attempts to care for his captain, but he's not very good at it. While giving him a shave, he accidentally shaves a seagull that lands on Hook's head and injures the captain with some comical antics. When the crocodile gives chase, Smee accidentally hits Hook with the oar. When Hook has a headache from the antics with the crocodile, Smee annoys him by hammering DO NOT DISTURB signs on the cabin door, hitting ''hook'' with the hammer and knocking him selfless, and putting too much hot water in his foot bath.
3rd Jan '17 9:17:42 AM Hedging
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* TemptingFate: George tells his wife on the way to the party that of all the ridiculous stories from their daughter, Peter Pan is wihtout a doubt the most so. As he is speaking, the camera pans up to the rooftop to Peter Pan sitting on top of it.
3rd Jan '17 9:14:55 AM Hedging
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Perhaps George Darling overreacted a tad by forcing Wendy to move out of the playroom the following day, but he was justifiably upset when she and the boys took his coat cufflings to use as buried treasure for their game without asking and drew a treasure map ''on his shirt front for his company party where he was the guest of honor.'' He also has a bit of justifiability for having Nanna put outside, as he had just tripped on Nanna, knocking her over slightly while he got his foot caught on a toy wagon and went flying across the room, hitting the wall hard. Guess who his family showed their condolensces to solely?
1st Jan '17 4:27:48 PM ngh93
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* SuperPersistendPredator: The crocodile has stalked Hook for ''years,'' yearning to finish the job.

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* SuperPersistendPredator: SuperPersistentPredator: The crocodile has stalked Hook for ''years,'' yearning to finish the job.
29th Dec '16 6:47:40 PM ryanasaurus0077
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-->'''Hook:''' It can't be!\\

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-->'''Hook:''' It can't be!\\
be!



* TontoTalk: The Indians all talk this way, even getting a whole ''musical number'' devoted to explaining why words like "How" and "Ugh" are defining marks of their culture.

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* TontoTalk: The Indians all talk this way, even getting a whole ''musical number'' devoted to explaining why words like "How" and "Ugh" are defining marks of their culture. [[ValuesDissonance It's painful for several reasons.]]
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