Peter Pan

Peter Pan
Peter Pan

Year

2003

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

You might be familiar with the story of Peter Pan from the Disney animated version - which is, of course, a classic - but this live-action version of the much-loved fantasy originally created by author JM Barrie is just as enthralling. With a fantastic cast (including a terrific Jason Isaacs as the villainous Captain Hook) and some great use of CGI effects, this Peter Pan is proof that modern films can be every bit as magical as those of the old school.

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