History Film / Hook

8th Jan '18 7:50:23 AM TalbainOfCaerVoll
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** Despite being (arguably) the most featured Lost Boy, Thudbutt's name is never mentioned. It is, however, in the credits and novelization.

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** Despite being (arguably) the most featured Lost Boy, Thudbutt's name is never rarely mentioned. It is, however, in the credits and novelization.
6th Jan '18 9:38:40 AM NekoHybrid
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* PintsizedPowerhouse: Tinkerbell is a tiny fairy, but she's shown to be able to beat the crap out of human-sized opponents. When Peter gets accosted by a group of pirates, she single-handedly wrecks them in a classic bar room brawl.
6th Jan '18 9:25:07 AM NekoHybrid
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* BreakThemByTalking: Hook does this with Peter in their final fight when the former pins the latter.
-->'''Hook:''' You realize this isn't all real, don't you? This is all a dream! And when you wake up, you'll wake up as Peter ''Banning'': a selfish old man who drinks too much, and runs and hides from his own wife and children!
16th Dec '17 9:52:18 AM jeffreyloonychen
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* ParentsAsPeople: Peter in the first act starts out like like, focusing more on the perks of adult life rather then his responsibility as a father.

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* ParentsAsPeople: Peter in the first act starts out like like, this, focusing more on the perks of adult life rather then his responsibility as a father.
16th Dec '17 9:51:26 AM jeffreyloonychen
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* DisappearedDad: Peter Banning is the emotionally absent type who never does anything with his children, [[ParentsArePeople won't pay them any attention]], and [[ChildHater treats them like nuisances rather than beloved]].

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* DisappearedDad: Peter Banning is the emotionally absent type who never does anything with his children, [[ParentsArePeople [[ParentsAsPeople won't pay them any attention]], and [[ChildHater treats them like nuisances rather than beloved]].
16th Dec '17 9:51:08 AM jeffreyloonychen
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* ParentsArePeople: Peter in the first act starts out like like, focusing more on the perks of adult life rather then his responsibility as a father.

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* ParentsArePeople: ParentsAsPeople: Peter in the first act starts out like like, focusing more on the perks of adult life rather then his responsibility as a father.



* PunishmentBox: Pirates who [[YouHaveFailedMe have failed]] are put into the "Boo Box", a chest which is also inhabited by several scorpions (harmless Emperor Scorpions).



* PunishmentBox: Pirates who [[YouHaveFailedMe have failed]] are put into the "Boo Box", a chest which is also inhabited by several scorpions (harmless Emperor Scorpions).
16th Dec '17 9:48:42 AM jeffreyloonychen
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* DisappearedDad: Peter Banning is the emotionally absent type who never does anything with his children, won't pay them any attention, and [[ChildHater treats them like nuisances rather than beloved]].

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* DisappearedDad: Peter Banning is the emotionally absent type who never does anything with his children, [[ParentsArePeople won't pay them any attention, attention]], and [[ChildHater treats them like nuisances rather than beloved]].


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* ParentsArePeople: Peter in the first act starts out like like, focusing more on the perks of adult life rather then his responsibility as a father.
26th Nov '17 6:32:41 PM kkhohoho
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* EasyAmnesia: It seems to have something to do with transitioning between Neverland and the "real world", and indeed the novelisation and the original Peter Pan novel explain it's like that.

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* EasyAmnesia: It seems to have something to do with transitioning between Neverland and the "real world", and indeed the novelisation and the original Peter Pan novel explain it's like that. Even in the movie, Maggie says that Neverland makes you forget.
26th Nov '17 6:31:52 PM kkhohoho
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* EasyAmnesia: It seems to have something to do with transitioning between Neverland and the "real world", and indeed the novelisation explains it's like that.

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* EasyAmnesia: It seems to have something to do with transitioning between Neverland and the "real world", and indeed the novelisation explains and the original Peter Pan novel explain it's like that.
12th Nov '17 1:47:58 AM tyrekecorrea
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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Peter realizes the downsides of his eternal youth when he sees that Wendy has grown into an old woman while he hasn't aged at all, so he gives up his immortality to live a nornal life with his family.

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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Peter realizes the downsides of his eternal youth when he sees that Wendy has grown into an old woman while he hasn't aged at all, so he gives up his immortality to live a nornal normal life with his family.
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