Thursday, August 22, 2013
Blu-ray Review - Return To Neverland
About the Movie
Let your imagination soar as your favorite characters from Peter Pan, Disney’s classic adventure, return to Never Land! Now, for the first time through the magic of Blu-ray, experience all the thrilling action with digitally restored picture and spine-tingling high-definition sound!
Wendy’s very practical and no-nonsense daughter, Jane, begins the adventure of a lifetime when the infamous Captain Hook whisks her away to the enchanted island of Never Land. It’s up to Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys to help Jane believe in faith, trust and pixie dust. With the first-ever Lost Girl at his side, will Peter Pan finally defeat Hook and his swashbuckling band of pirates?
Share the power of believing with your family in Return To Never Land—now more spectacular than ever on Disney Blu-ray!
Cast: Blayne Weaver (Manic, 6 Month Rule), Harriet Owen (TV’s “Relative Strangers,” “Castles”), Kath Soucie (Beauty and the Beast, Wreck it Ralph), Corey Burton (Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and Jeff Bennett (Enchanted, Bolt)
My Take on the Movie
We are a big Disney family and as such we love to watch Disney movies and add new ones to our collection, so we were excited to add this one to our collection as well. This movie has a great storyline and kept up the action of the original with a different storyline and undertone. I never know whether I will like some of the sequels that have come out for the Disney movies, as some have been ok, while others have struggled. I have to say that my family and I enjoyed this one and felt that it added some depth to the main character that you already know and love while adding some new characters to the mix as well.
The movie still talks about some of the main topics that have been discussed in the original, particularly, growing up and the battle between youth and adulthood. The movie is fast paced and a lot of fun to watch and enjoy with your family.
One of the best parts for me has to be the ending (though there were other good parts too), but the ending was well done and very personal and touching. If you haven't seen this yet, do, and you too will see what I mean!
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