History Film / FindingNeverland

23rd Mar '17 3:16:23 PM caringguy
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* BrattyHalfPint: Michael at some points. He causes George's arm to get broken while he's in the flying harness by trying to take it away from Peter. Both then let go of the rope, making George fall.

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* BrattyHalfPint: Michael at some points. He causes George's arm to get broken while he's in the flying harness by trying to take it away from Peter. Jack. Both then let go of the rope, making George fall.fall.
**Jack also mocks Peter during one of his mood swings, and does (admittedly, understandably) not have much faith in Michael while the latter tries to fly a kite. Still, both boys do mostly seem like nice boys.
23rd Mar '17 6:30:16 AM caringguy
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*** When Barrie met the Llewelyn Davies boys Peter was only a baby, and in fact Barrie's closest relationships amongst the boys were with with George and Michael. The youngest Llewelyn Davies brother Nico (himself completely erased from the movie's reality), acknowledged that George and Michael were 'the ones' to Barrie. Michael was the main inspiration for Peter Pan, despite the character sharing his name with his younger brother.

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*** When Barrie met the Llewelyn Davies boys Peter was only a baby, and in fact Barrie's closest relationships amongst the boys were with with George and Michael. The youngest Llewelyn Davies brother Nico (himself completely erased from the movie's reality), acknowledged that George and Michael were 'the ones' to Barrie. Michael was the main inspiration for Peter Pan, despite the character sharing his name with his younger elder brother.
16th Nov '16 6:36:07 PM Hadjorim
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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James after both are given custody of the boys].

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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James after both are given custody of the boys].boys]].
12th Nov '16 3:58:27 PM nombretomado
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* HistoricalBeautyUpdate: In real life Barrie was tiny - due, it is thought to psychogenic dwarfism (Barrie's brother David died when James was 6, and his mother made it very clear to James that she preferred the dead son who would never grow up). His short stature plagued Barrie's self-confidence and informed his work. Apart from that he was unremarkable-looking; on the gaunt side and head a bit too big for his body. Naturally, then, he is portrayed by ''JohnnyDepp''.

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* HistoricalBeautyUpdate: In real life Barrie was tiny - due, it is thought to psychogenic dwarfism (Barrie's brother David died when James was 6, and his mother made it very clear to James that she preferred the dead son who would never grow up). His short stature plagued Barrie's self-confidence and informed his work. Apart from that he was unremarkable-looking; on the gaunt side and head a bit too big for his body. Naturally, then, he is portrayed by ''JohnnyDepp''.''Creator/JohnnyDepp''.
10th Oct '16 8:57:46 AM erforce
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Freddie Highmore and Eileen Essell (who played the elderly Mrs Snow, one of James' biggest fans) went on to be suggested by Creator/JohnnyDepp for the 2005 ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'' adaptation, in which they played Charlie and Grandma Josephine respectively. This movie also happens to feature three actors who played recurring characters in the ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' series: Creator/JohnnyDepp as James M Barrie / Captain Jack Sparrow, Creator/MackenzieCrook as Mr Jaspers (the usher) / Ragetti (the pirate with a wooden eye), and Angus Barnett as Mr Reilly (the actor playing Nana) / Mullroy (one of the two comic relief redcoats).

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Freddie Highmore and Eileen Essell (who played the elderly Mrs Snow, one of James' biggest fans) went on to be suggested by Creator/JohnnyDepp for the 2005 ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'' adaptation, in which they played Charlie and Grandma Josephine respectively. This movie also happens to feature three actors who played recurring characters in the ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' series: Creator/JohnnyDepp as James M M. Barrie / Captain Jack Sparrow, Creator/MackenzieCrook as Mr Mr. Jaspers (the usher) / Ragetti (the pirate with a wooden eye), and Angus Barnett as Mr Mr. Reilly (the actor playing Nana) / Mullroy (one of the two comic relief redcoats).
30th Aug '16 7:19:16 PM nombretomado
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The film begins with the opening night of James' most recent play, ''Little Mary'', which flops. Charles Frohman (DustinHoffman), his producer, decides to finance his next play anyway -- James just hasn't written it yet.

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The film begins with the opening night of James' most recent play, ''Little Mary'', which flops. Charles Frohman (DustinHoffman), (Creator/DustinHoffman), his producer, decides to finance his next play anyway -- James just hasn't written it yet.
5th Aug '16 9:19:27 AM jkrfan7
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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James, although she still leaves him, and to top it off, James is given custody of the boys]].

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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James, although she still leaves him, and to top it off, James is after both are given custody of the boys]].boys].
5th Aug '16 9:18:10 AM jkrfan7
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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James, although she still leaves him]].

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* BittersweetEnding: ''PeterPan'' is a success, but Sylvia's illness catches up with her. Still, [[spoiler:Peter starts writing again, James shows him the power of his imagination and Emma comes to a peaceful resolution with James, although she still leaves him]].him, and to top it off, James is given custody of the boys]].
17th May '16 5:56:21 AM Sapphirea2
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''Finding Neverland'' is a 2004 film VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory about James M. Barrie's work on ''Literature/PeterPan'', starring Creator/JohnnyDepp in an Oscar-nominated performance. In April 2015, a [[TheMusical musical]] ScreenToStageAdaptation opened on Broadway.

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''Finding Neverland'' is a 2004 film VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory about James M. Barrie's work on ''Literature/PeterPan'', starring Creator/JohnnyDepp in an Oscar-nominated performance. In April 2015, a [[TheMusical musical]] ScreenToStageAdaptation opened on Broadway.
Broadway and ran through the following summer.
17th May '16 5:55:53 AM Sapphirea2
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* CutSong: Besides an entire cut ''score'' (see {{Retool}} below), between the 2014 Boston premiere and the 2015 New York staging the first three songs -- "Anywhere But Here", "Better", and "Rearranging the Furniture" -- were cut. ("If the World Were Upside Down" and "All of London Is Here Tonight" replaced the first two songs.)



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