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Neverland [Blu-ray] (2011)

Rhys Ifans , Bob Hoskins , Nick Willing  |  Unrated |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Rhys Ifans, Bob Hoskins, Keira Knightley, Charlie Rowe
  • Directors: Nick Willing
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2012
  • Run Time: 169 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006JN87W0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,680 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Neverland introduces us to a young lad named Peter and his streetwise gang, who are mysteriously transported from turn-of-the-century London into an enchanting parallel world where time stands still and an adventure awaits like nothing you ve ever seen before. In Neverland, no one ever ages and lost souls have been plucked out of time. The lost boys are soon caught in a war with the man who will become Captain Hook and change the fate of this mystical land forever.

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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
Prior to "The Triangle" in 2005, the SyFy network (back when it was actually Sci-fi) tended to produce one great miniseries a year debuting in December. Those early programs were dark, adult, sophisticated, and/or epic in scope and I eagerly awaited each year's entry. We saw the finale of Farscape in "The Peacekeeper Wars," the debut miniseries for "Battlestar Gallactica," the impressive revision of "Dune," its equally ambitious follow-up "Children of Dune" and the biggest and boldest offering to date--the marvelous "Taken." In recent years, SyFy has continued the tradition but with decidedly mixed results. While I've enjoyed most of them, they rarely impress me like the programs I mentioned. Lately, we're getting a lot of literary mash-ups such as 2007's "Tin Man" (Wizard of Oz) and 2009's Alice (Alice in Wonderland), so 2011's riff on the Peter Pan legend entitled "Neverland" seems to fit comfortably into the scheme of things.

Chaotic, anachronistic, and over-stuffed, "Neverland" is filled with great ideas but falls somewhere short of must-see entertainment. I'd still recommend it for its interesting take on Peter Pan, a prequel of sorts, but I doubt it's a program I'll be revisiting anytime soon. For the record, I absolutely loved the premise behind "Neverland." The construction of an alternate world (and how people arrive there) is quite ingenious and well done. I was captivated as the tale introduced its many characters and threw them together in this fanciful, and strangely ominous, land. Treacherous 18th century pirates, wayward English street urchins, noble American Indians all cohabitate with mystical forest sprites and dangerous crocodiles.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The origins of Pan March 24, 2012
The SyFy Channel has been doing "reimaginings" of classic public-domain books for the past few years, such as "Tin Man" or "Alice." But "Neverland" is a little different. Rather than reimagining the tale of Peter Pan, this miniseries presents the story of how a street urchin became the flying boy who never grows up, and the beginning of his war with Captain Hook.

In 1906, the fallen arisocrat James "Jimmy" Hook (Rhys Ifans) has collected a gang of young boys who steal things for him, lead by the impish Peter Pan (Charlie Rowe). But when Jimmy and the gang vanish, Peter must use a mysterious black orb to travel into a wholly alien world -- Neverland. In this world, there are silver faeries, a pirate ship, and a lost tribe of Indians.

The pirate captain Elizabeth Bonny (Anna Friel) quickly fascinates Jimmy, especially when she reveals that the fairies have magical dust that allows flight. Peter is horrified by his father figure's betrayal, especially when the pirates kill one of the boys. His only goal is to get back to London, and the only way he knows how is to seek out a hooded man who appears in his dreams with the black orb.

With the help of Aaya (aka Tiger Lily) (Q'orianka Kilcher), Peter ventures into a strange lost city, where he discovers the truth about Neverland. But when the pirates attack and capture the boys and Aaya, Peter must use his newfound powers to save them and defeat Captain Hook...

J.M. Barrie didn't really go into the background of Peter Pan in his original novel -- Peter Pan just sort of EXISTED, like a nature sprite or some forgotten deity.
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3.0 out of 5 stars An Interesting Twist on the Origins of Peter Pan March 28, 2012
Have you ever wondered how the pirates came to be in Neverland? Or where Peter first came from? Or the origins of the lost boys? Until now, we were forced to use our imagination to explain these mysteries.

There are worse places to be in London than on the streets in a gang of urchins, and Peter (Charlie Rowe) enjoys playing the leader of a ragtag bunch of pickpockets and petty thieves. Working from the rooftops directing his boys with the use of a flute and reporting to their protector, Jimmy (Rhys Ifans), at night, he has a pretty decent life. There's just one hitch in it -- he wants to be taken seriously. Jimmy has been hired to pull of a major job in a jewelry store and at the last minute decides not to use the boys, but Peter isn't about to let that stop him. He breaks in and discovers more than he bargained for, since the man who hired Jimmy isn't after your usual market-fare wares; he wants an orb responsible for transporting a pirate ship into another world. None of them are aware of the danger and when Jimmy taps the orb, fascinated with the shimmering world in its depths, he and the rest of Peter's friends wind up in Neverland.

Once there, the boys land aboard the pirate ship and the younger children are turned over to Smee (Bob Hoskins) to clean the decks, while the infamous pirate vixen Elizabeth (Anna Friel) takes a shine to Jimmy -- so much so that she shares a few secrets with him, including her desire to bottle fairy dust and figure out how to use it. Meanwhile, back in London Peter finagles the secret of the orb out of the man who was going to buy it (Charles Dance) but his trip into Neverland throws him into the midst of an Indian tribe.
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