Hook

Hook
Hook

Year

1991

Duration

136 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Steven Spielberg here delivers a unique take on the original Peter Pan story that's immediately enchanting: what happened when "the boy who never grew up'' grew up? We follow businessman Peter as he returns to Neverland to rescue his children, kidnapped by the villainous Captain Hook. Watching Williams evolve from Peter Banning to the fantastical Peter Pan is a joy. Stunning set designs and a great soundtrack help to produce an unforgettably magical experience.

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Contains mild language, threat and violence.

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