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Neverland (2003)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy | 2003 (USA)
When Peter takes Wendy to Neverland - a burnt out suburban amusement park filled with self-styled fairies, lost punks and beautiful performers - the classic fantasy story becomes a chilling... See full summary »

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... Mrs. Darling
... Michael Darling
... John Darling
Melany Bell ... Wendy Darling
... Mr. Darling
Joey ... Nana
Stephanie Kirchen ... Liza (as Stephanie Orff)
Rick Sparks ... Peter Pan
... Tink
Ryan Patrick Kelly ... Tootles
Ian Mantha ... Slightly
Eli Swanson ... Curly
Zach Cole ... Nibs
... Twin #1
Nathan Towry ... Twin #2
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When Peter takes Wendy to Neverland - a burnt out suburban amusement park filled with self-styled fairies, lost punks and beautiful performers - the classic fantasy story becomes a chilling nightmare at the hands of Captain Hook, who is hell-bent on destroying the youth and beauty he so desperately envies.

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Never grow up. Never grow old.

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Drama | Fantasy

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The Burn
Written by Karina Schwarz & Jessica Grace
Performed by Stara Nova
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Interesting film to say the least...
1 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

I will admit that I purchased this movie just for the fact that Wil Wheaton was in it. Having seen it however I do enjoy it and think it is well written. It is definitely not a family version of the film, but a good interpritation. I truly enjoyed this movie and would recommend it to anyone who has a very weird sense of humor and reality. I had the chance also to speak with Wil Wheaton about it not too long ago and even he said he was really happy and proud of it. It is definitely a different interpretation of the film, dealing with drugged up fairies, teenage lost boys, and drag queen Tiger Lilly. I do however warn that it does have strong language.


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