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Peter Pan in Return to Never Land (2002)

Blayne Weaver , Harriet Owen , Donovan Cook , Robin Budd  |  G |  DVD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (202 customer reviews)


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  • Actors: Blayne Weaver, Harriet Owen, Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, Kath Soucie
  • Directors: Donovan Cook, Robin Budd
  • Writers: Carter Crocker, J.M. Barrie, Temple Mathews
  • Producers: Cheryl Abood, Chris Henderson, Christopher Chase
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Walt Disney
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2002
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (202 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JKX4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,690 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Peter Pan in Return to Never Land" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Disney plans to discontinue this title on January 31, 2003. However, you may still place orders until inventory runs out
  • Rescue The Lost Boys Adventure Game
  • Disney's StoryTime: Never Land's New Hero
  • Lost Treasures: Deleted Scenes
  • DVD ROM: Sampler of "You Can Fly," Weblinks

Editorial Reviews

Meet Jane, Wendy's ever-so-practical daughter, who's outgrown her mothers' tales of pirates and pixies. That is until Captain Hook whisks her away to Never Land. The crafty pirate sets in motion a plot to capture Peter and Tink, whose light is fading fast because Jane doesn't believe in fairies. Now, only Jane, the first-ever "Lost Girl," can save them. She must now call upon faith, trust and pixie dust to help her fulfill her mission.

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97 of 106 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
I have three children - ages 6, 4 and 2. I will be reviewing this movie from their perspective, not that of an adults. They really enjoyed the movie. Since they are not professional cartoonist, they did not care about the quality of the drawings. If anything, the 'old style' cartoon movie (similar to the first Peter Pan) kept the feel of the first movie. If they had used too many computer graphics, it would not have flowed well from the first movie. My children also liked the story. It was exciting, but not scary - even for the youngest. Each of the characters was reasonably developed, although Jane is the focus of the movie. She is Wendy's daughter, and Peter gets a supporting role in the plot. Hook is back and is mean without being frightening. Even the octopus, Hook's tormentor, is pretty tame. As for the quality of the music, my kids liked it and even asked for the soundtrack. (It is OK, but mostly instrumental takes from the movie. There are three good songs on it though...) Finally, some reviewers have critiqued the voices and complained they are not exact matches for the first Peter Pan. If you know him personally, then you might have a complaint. You have also grown-up way too much to ever enjoy this movie. (Go see the Exorcist or something!) Unless you have gone to bed every night since the 50's listening to Peter, you will not notice anything different on the voices. From a child's perspective, you won't be thinking of such things anyway. The story deals with typical Neverland topics: growing up, the pressures of being a kid, and the battle between carefree youth and grumpy people. By the way, this is all done without making adults or parents out to be the bad guys. Read more ›
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I thought this would be junky... August 13, 2003
Format:DVD
...but it is actually very nice! I usually hate Disney sequels because they are cheesy and ruin the first film. We usually stay away from movies that say on the cover, "All new feature-length adventure", because that's a sure sign of a cheapo sequel. That's what I was expecting when we got this movie, but I was impressed with the computer animation, the soundtrack and with the way Disney tried hard to get actors that sounded very much like the ones in the first movie. The one thing I didn't like though was the lack of indians! They didn't even mention the word "indian". Sure, they showed the camp, but it was as empty as a ghost town. Oh well.
This is a good movie for the younger group, although the adults will probably enjoy it as well.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wanting to return to Neverland? April 14, 2002
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How many good sequels does Disney put out these days? My answer would be: Not very good ones. A lot of them are direct-to-video, and not even worth renting from a local video store! But with "Return to Neverland", it's different. Disney has really pixie dusted this movie! It's a real family classic. Actually WORTH going to see!
It takes place during one of the darkest times in history...World War II. Jane is a young teenager, writing down everything that interests her, while her little 4-year-old brother, Danny, listens eagarly as his mother, the now-grown-up Wendy, tells him stories about Peter Pan and Neverland. Jane thinks them pure nonsense, and tells her brother that all the Peter Pan things he likes, is childish.
After a while, Jane lays down on her window seat in the nursery, and cries herself to sleep. Little does she know, that Captain Hook is about to kidnap her....
The whole movie is very interesting, funny, and great for the whole family! I am DEFINETLY buying it, when it comes out on video! :-)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Why return from Never Land? April 26, 2002
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Format:DVD
My family and I can safely say THIS IS THE BEST MOVIE PUT OUT BY DISNEY FOR KIDS IN YEARS. Absolutely the best! My 3 year old is very easily frightened by characters like Cruella deVille (101 Dalmations, Ursula (Little Mermaid), the witch in Snow White, etc. She absolutely loved this movie.
While Capt. Hook is obviously the "villian", his humorous behavior and script is very suitable for her age. The crocodile has even been toned down a bit (it's now an octopus that wants Hook).
Several childrens movies I've seen have double-entendres, subtle sexual tension, even swear words (Shrek), but this film has none of that. All 3 of my kids loved this film (5,3, and 1 year olds), as did my wife and I. I am preordering it today on DVD.
So I ask again, why return from Never Land? It's a great trip, and my 3 year old daughter has been Peter Pan in my house now for weeks, and she calls me Hook and chases me around. Thank you Disney!
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Content not included June 17, 2002
Format:DVD
There have been numerous Peter Pan movies, several of which take place AFTER the original story ("Hook" being the best rendition so far). However, Disney, with it's Direct to video roll, for some odd reason, decided to put this one on the big screen!
As an animator myself i can honestly say that this is far below disney's usual standard. The animaton is stiff and akward. The voices of the characters are not even remotely close to the original (especially the lost boys) and Peter Pan himself comes across as nothing more than a brat without his charm that has made him such a beloved icon.
Disney is also 'getting with the times' and instead of confrunting and trying to debunk the horrible stereotyped "injuns," the indian camp looks more like they were wiped out and aren't even mentioned in the movie, just to be safe.
As for the story, it had a lot going for it. The material was all there, it's just a shame the writers just took whatever came by first. Jane is non-empathetic, and her transition from wanting to grow up to being a kid is very downplayed.
This film is much more lighter than the original Peter Pan which was rather dark in places. The worse that happens in this is Peter Pan is thrown 5 feet to the deck of a ship. ow.
I must give them credit though for the ending. Peter and Wendy's reuniting was something i thought they wouldn't even bother with because it was too dissapointing, but they were somehow able to put a light spin on it. good job disney! at least you're not completely out of ideas yet!
Granted kids will enjoy it for there is enough potty humor to keep them entertained, but parents might suffer seeing their beloved childhood memories dashed into bits.
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yes, but it is not released as platinum (but instead as a special edition) because it isnt a "classic," since it was made pretty recently
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