The Gist of It:
The story about a boy who never grows up and could fly comes alive in this refreshing story. Peter is young orphan who always believed something was a missed with his life. He believe that his parents would have never left him at that orphanage. His prediction came thru when manage read a note left by his mother and soon after that the pirates kidnapped him.
It started as a magical adventure and when Blackbeard appeared with Nirvana’s Smell Like Teen Spirit escorting him out – IT WAS STUNNING. The entire theater started singing and all of sudden the spirit of Neverland just injected in us. One of the best character introduction of this year.
Pan was directed by Joe Wright who specialize in presenting a biographic. So if you’re to ask us did he really tell the story of Peter Pan; YES.
But along the way, the movie did get disconnected from the audience and become a little boring. Some part is expected and this leaves a drop on the climax. Nevertheless, the end of it Peter brought back the character into life again it was interesting again.
Blackbeard played by Hugh Jackman is nothing but splendid. He really drown himself into character that we forgot that he is the Wolverine.
Beautifully directed but at some part it missed it’s target. Levi Miller wasn’t really the best choice for this character but Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard was spot on. Levi Miller’s Pan look confuse and nothing like the over confident Peter Pan that we know despite being playing that character since he was 5 years old. But we have to credit director Joe Wright for bring such dramatic adventure.
Favourite Line: “Think a happy thought!”