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Hook (1991)

Action & Adventure movie directed by Steven Spielberg

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A Quick Tip by gmosaki

  • Jul 12, 2010
Fun movie to watch, but not sure if I buy an adult playing Peter when his wild boys are still all boys.
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Quick Tip by . July 06, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
A fun movie for both kids and adults.
review by . November 29, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Great movie, I really love Jack     Cons: What? Oh, sorry - I forgot what cons are. Blame Neverland.     The Bottom Line: Loved it. I'd watch it again. And again. And one more time for luck...     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. Let’s face it – I have nothing better to do. So, just like I figured I might as well review every book I own, why not start in on the movies? Gotta keep my …
review by . May 24, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
Boo, says the old woman in princess bride at the Critics. Hook is in my top five favorite movies without a doubt. The ones who don't like it, don't understand the underlying thread. Peter grows up - and forgets his childhood as the flying menace. He is even afraid of heights! It doesn't matter whether you are a spielberg fan or not, if you love interesting films that hauntingly leave a mark of childishness on your heart, then this is for you. I have watched this film more than any other movie. I …
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Steven Spielberg's deeply flawed but sporadically fun and moving update of the Peter Pan legend stars Robin Williams as the grown-up Pan, a corporate-takeover type who must embrace his old identity in order to save his kids from Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman). The stars put on a good show, including Hoffman's read of Hook's hysterical personality, Julia Roberts mini-turn as a tiny Tinker Bell, and Maggie Smith's touching performance as the aged Wendy. The visual contrast between the adult Pan's bustling outside world and the insulated fantasy of Neverland is striking, but Spielberg's ideas about the Lost Boys--politically correct in their ethnic diversity, energetic on skateboards--are contrived and cheapening. On the plus side, the story's theme about adults finding their innocence again through their children is very touching (though some people have found it cloying). If you can look beyond the glaring problems, there's plenty to like here.--Tom Keogh
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Director: Steven Spielberg
Release Date: 1991
DVD Release Date: March 21, 2000
Runtime: 144 minutes
Studio: Sony Pictures
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