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Sex & Nudity

  • None, as unlike the original 1953 movie, the mermaids wear strapless brassieres due to parental regards against sexualization.

Violence & Gore

  • After Jane's disbelief in fairies, Tinkerbell has repeated minor aneurysms (Sicknesses). This is disturbing.
  • Hook's men shoot canon balls at Peter Pan and one of the men repeatedly swings a bat at him, but Peter Pan easily avoids all of that. Peter Pan then whacks that man with the bat, sending him flying into some netting that bends and then shoots that man into others, knocking them down.


  • In a heated argument, Jane says to Daniel that Peter Pan is just "Childish nonsense".
  • Uses like dumb, heck, idiot, stupid, and tratior.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The part where Jane harshly tells her baby brother, Daniel, about Peter Pan and Neverland are nothing but "childish nonsense" during a heated argument as he becomes heartbroken earlier in the film is really upsetting. If you were in Wendy's position, you'd be sorry for him.
  • Tinkerbell is having a few strokes and heart attacks after Jane's disbelief in fairies.
  • Set in WWII, London during the Blitz we hear the sounds of warfare (bombings) and see the results of that (bombed out and/or burning buildings), but don't actually see any such warfare in person. One scene, however, has Jane running home as the air raid sirens go off and bombs land nearby (and she's nearly hit by some large trucks that zip by on the street). Meanwhile, Wendy and her young son are in a bomb shelter that shakes from the explosions and Danny is scared.


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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There are emotional scene involving Tinkerbell dying after Jane's disbelief in fairies. Later, Jane becomes remorseful when she was informed by Peter Pan about Tinkerbell's shortcomings, then raced to the Lost Boys' hideout and finds her motionless. Soon after, she is brought back to life after Jane starts believing in fairies.

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