Peter Pan (2003)

Peter Pan (2003)
The ongoing feud between Peter Pan and Captain Hook returned to the silver screen in this live action flick. Will Wendy, John and Michael Darling survive their adventures in Neverland? Here are a few movie mistakes to looking for while watching 2003’s “Peter Pan”.

∙ At the beginning of the movie, Wendy and John are sword playing. In the front view, John can be seen coming after her with the sword in his left hand. But, in the next side view, when Wendy moves and the sword hits the bookshelf, it’s in John’s right hand.

∙ The Lost Boys shoot down Wendy upon Tinkerbell’s command. The boys then run to Wendy, who is now on the ground. When the boys turn and look at Tootles, he is a several paces behind them. But a moment later, when Peter shows up, the Lost Boys are all together.

∙ Wendy is in the back of the boat at Black Castle when she yells for the others to turn the boat around. When Hook is about to kill Peter (he says “to die would be an awfully big adventure”), Michael is shown putting his head on Wendy’s left shoulder. They then hear the crocodile and when the scene cuts back to Wendy, she’s in the mid-section of the boat and Michael and the others are behind her.

∙ After they make Wendy walk the plank, Captain Hook and his crew grab Michael to go next. Captain Hook tosses him on the deck when it appears the crocodile is on the upper parts of the ship. But, when Captain Hook and the crew reappear after arming themselves, John is actually the one on the deck and Michael is still tied up with the Lost Boys.

∙ Before he begins his final battle with Peter Pan, Hook takes his hat off and throws it overboard. But, after Hook meets his demise, Peter comes down to the deck and he’s wearing the same hat.

∙ Peter Pan is dueling with Captain Hook. When Hook says “She’d rather grow up than to stay with you”, there is a view of Hook against the ship’s sails and his hook and sword have changed hands. The hook is now on his left hand and the sword in his right.

“Peter Pan” (2003) stars Jason Isaacs, Jeremy Sumpter, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lynn Redgrave, Richad Briers, Olivia Williams and Geoffrey Palmer. It runs 113 minutes and is rated PG for adventure action sequences and peril.

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