Hook ( 1991 )


The boy who wasn't supposed to grow up—Peter Pan—does just that, becoming a soulless corporate lawyer whose workaholism could cost him his wife and kids. During his trip to see Granny Wendy in London, the vengeful Capt. Hook kidnaps Peter's kids and forces Peter to return to Neverland.

The importance of friendship and camaraderie is emphasized throughout the movie.


The theme of love, particularly familial love, is a central focus.

Characters display bravery in the face of danger.

Success is achieved through cooperation and working together.

There's a notable moment where forgiveness is shown between characters.

The movie highlights the journey of accepting and fulfilling one's responsibilities.


The film contains humorous moments and light-hearted fun.

Imagination and creativity play key roles in the story.

violence 4/10

There are fantasy-style sword fights and some peril involving the characters.

fear 3/10

Certain scenes feature menacing villains and might be frightening for very young children.

alcohol 2/10

Some scenes depict characters drinking alcohol.

language 2/10

Occasional mild language and name-calling.