History YMMV / PeterPan

21st Jan '17 5:29:15 AM arnoldmcguire335
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* MissingTrailerScene: One trailer included a scene of Wendy smashing one of John's toy soldiers. For those who haven't seen it, the soldier was named Napoleon so that's what John means when he shouts the name out during the fairy dust scene.


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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: Jason Isaac (Hook/Mr.Darling) says this on a behind the scenes when the kids are mucking around, seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGGD6AlJiRU here.]]
--> '''Jason:''' Never work with children, animals or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs animal-like children]].
3rd Jan '17 11:27:13 AM TheFuzzinator
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* MemeticMolester: Hook, mainly thanks to his [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace lack of personal space]], tendency to grab the protagonists whenever they're close enough, and the ''incredibly creepy'' way he first greets Wendy when she wakes up on his ship (stressing her surname into an endearment).



* ToyShip: John with Princess Tiger Lily.

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* ToyShip: John with Princess Tiger Lily. (Mostly) one-sided with Wendy and Peter, too.
2nd Jan '17 4:38:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* EvilIsCool: Creator/JasonIsaacs plays Captain Hook as a pretty {{Badass}} villain in his own right.

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* EvilIsCool: Creator/JasonIsaacs plays Captain Hook as a pretty {{Badass}} badass villain in his own right.
19th Dec '16 10:51:03 PM LBHills
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: The 'Indians' of Never-Land are so ridiculously caricatured, and so many different native cultures are mashed together, that for some the initial 'Were the animators really this racist?' reaction gives way to 'I'm not laughing at the film, I'm laughing at the animators.'

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: The 'Indians' of Never-Land are so ridiculously caricatured, and so many different native cultures are mashed together, that for some the initial 'Were the animators really this racist?' reaction gives way to 'I'm not laughing at the film, I'm laughing at the animators.ignorant bigots who animated it.'
19th Dec '16 10:40:03 PM LBHills
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: The 'Indians' of Never-Land are so ridiculously caricatured, and so many different native cultures are mashed together, that for some the initial 'Were the animators really this racist?' reaction gives way to 'I'm not laughing at the film, I'm laughing at the animators.'
18th Dec '16 5:07:02 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** It's often forgotten that it began life as a play, before being adapted into a novel (both by JM Barrie).

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** It's often forgotten that it actually began life as a play, before being adapted into a novel (both by JM Barrie).
25th Nov '16 1:42:14 PM CHSTPC
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25th Nov '16 1:38:54 PM CHSTPC
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** Captain Hook qualifies too. He may be evil pirate that most definitely WouldHurtAChild, but he suffers more than he deserves and, unlike most Disney Villains, has an understandable reason to want to kill his nemesis.

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** Captain Hook qualifies too. He may be evil pirate that most definitely WouldHurtAChild, but he he's such a miserable, pathetic loser that suffers more than he deserves and, unlike most Disney Villains, has an understandable reason to want to kill his nemesis.



** Continued with the sequel, ''Return to Neverland''. While the captain was made for vicious and sinister, he ''still'' winds up being the most sympathetic character, as, even without the crocodile, his abuse continues (this time even more so). By the end of the film, the Jolly Roger even gets destroyed, leaving him and his crew without a home.

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** Continued with the sequel, ''Return to Neverland''. While the captain was made for more vicious and sinister, he ''still'' winds up being the most sympathetic character, as, even without the crocodile, his abuse continues (this time even more so). By the end of the film, the Jolly Roger even gets destroyed, leaving him and his crew without a home.
8th Nov '16 1:14:25 PM CHSTPC
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** Captain Hook qualifies too, he may be evil but he suffers more than he deserves and unlike most Disney Villains has an understandable reason to want to kill his nemesis.

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** Captain Hook qualifies too, he too. He may be evil pirate that most definitely WouldHurtAChild, but he suffers more than he deserves and and, unlike most Disney Villains Villains, has an understandable reason to want to kill his nemesis.
8th Nov '16 1:12:06 PM CHSTPC
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** Continued with the sequel, ''Return to Neverland''. While the captain was made for vicious and sinister, he ''still'' winds up being the most sympathetic character, as, even without the crocodile, his abuse continues. By the end of the film, the Jolly Roger even gets destroyed.

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** Continued with the sequel, ''Return to Neverland''. While the captain was made for vicious and sinister, he ''still'' winds up being the most sympathetic character, as, even without the crocodile, his abuse continues. continues (this time even more so). By the end of the film, the Jolly Roger even gets destroyed.destroyed, leaving him and his crew without a home.
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