History Fridge / PeterPan

17th Oct '15 7:29:41 AM CockroachCharlie
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** Also in the book, it states that the baby has to be missing and not looked for for seven days before they are taken.
27th Jul '15 2:23:23 AM LadyofGreenwood
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** In a later movie she does meet and communicate with humans. And then she's back to ringing like a bell for a few minutes.
29th May '15 10:10:01 AM Nathanator
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** Then again, the flight to Never Land made it pretty clear that Never Land isn't even on Earth, let alone in America. So, technically speaking, the Injuns in Never Land aren't even Native Americans, they're native Neverlandians!
9th Mar '15 10:40:36 AM akanesarumara
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** Adding to that, at least in her first solo movie, Tink only ever speaks to other fairies, never to humans or other creatures. Of course they'd understand her and be able to communicate with her!
10th Dec '14 7:13:39 PM WarriorEowyn
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** ''Hook'' addressed an aspect of that Fridge Horror rather nicely. Look at his relationship with Wendy. Though that may merely be a case of WhoWantsToLiveForever

*** ''Hook'' actually addressed an aspect of that Fridge Horror rather nicely. Look at his relationship with Wendy. Though that may merely be a case of WhoWantsToLiveForever
10th Dec '14 7:12:49 PM WarriorEowyn
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I think it's from the original, so I'm inserting the quote.
** Note that that isn't from the original book, but from an adaption.
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** Note that that isn't from --> The boys on the original book, but from an adaption.island vary, of course, in numbers, according as they get killed and so on; and when they seem to be growing up, which is against the rules, Peter thins them out.
7th Dec '14 2:05:37 PM Cerrida
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*** Surely that's part of the point? The 2003 film version plays heavily on Wendy's sexual awakening, and it's not uncommon for (straight) children just entering puberty to first be attracted to someone who reminds them of their own opposite-sex parent. It adds another layer to the symbolism already inherent in casting the same actor as Hook/Darling.
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*** Surely that's part of the point? The 2003 film version plays heavily on Wendy's sexual awakening, and it's not uncommon for (straight) children just entering puberty to first be attracted to someone who reminds them of their own opposite-sex parent. It adds another layer to the symbolism already inherent in casting the same actor as Hook/Darling.Hook/Darling. **** Jung's theories include both an oedipal complex, where a boy's first love is his mother, and an electra complex, where a girl's first love is her father. He described it as a natural progression of sexual idenfication. As the children grow up, these are resolved into relationships with other boys and girls. It's interesting that while the play was published in 1902, the book was published in 1911 when Jung was already known.
15th Oct '14 12:33:39 PM Karalora
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** Not to mention the decidedly unsavoury edge this lends to Wendy's PrecociousCrush on Hook.
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** Not to mention the decidedly unsavoury edge this lends to Wendy's PrecociousCrush on Hook.Hook. *** Surely that's part of the point? The 2003 film version plays heavily on Wendy's sexual awakening, and it's not uncommon for (straight) children just entering puberty to first be attracted to someone who reminds them of their own opposite-sex parent. It adds another layer to the symbolism already inherent in casting the same actor as Hook/Darling.
9th Sep '14 11:20:10 PM hyenacub
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** Specifically, Tinkerbell "mends the pots and pans". That's the definition of a tinker. According to dictionary.com: "a mender of pots, kettles, pans, etc., usually an itinerant."
1st Jun '14 1:10:34 AM DivineDeath
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\n\n* The Lost Boys and the Blackfoot tribe play an ongoing game of war against each other. It's all in the spirit of fun, nobody's supposed to get hurt, and everybody is turned loose at the end with no hard feelings...but John and Michael didn't know that. So when they volunteered to join the latest fight, they really were out for blood!
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