Wendy, John and Michael are three children who live a boring life in London, but their dreams are far more interesting: in them, they watch a flying boy called Peter Pan battle the scary pirate Captain Hook. Though their mother has not heard of such a boy, the children soon discover that he is very real – but only to children. Alongside Peter and his fairy friend Tink, the trio flies away with Peter to Neverland – a place where you never grow old and each day is filled with fun and games. Alongside the Lost Boys, jealous mermaids, and a cast of other playful characters, Wendy, John and Michael will have many adventures and go up against not only Captain Hook and his gang, but also a cantankerous old crocodile!
I dedicate this review to my five-year old cousin, Adotey. Were it not for his funny way of mumbling Peter Pan no Bouken's opening theme in a made-up language, and the fact that having him beside me reminded me of when I first watched this show at his age, my motivation to review it would have died quickly. The legendary hero Peter Pan whisks... read more
This is a variation of the famous, homonymous children’s story. As a retelling it was interesting; but it failed to prove itself better or even equal with the original. ART & SOUND SECTIONS: 6/10 Nothing special, but still bearable. It took me a long time to get used to the characters’ appearance, as the animators paid no attention to how they looked in the book. The general portrayal... read more