Return To Never Land
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Return To Never Land
Rating & Content Info
Why is Return To Never Land rated G? Return To Never Land is rated G by the MPAA
Overall: B The adventures in Never Land continue when Captain Hook kidnaps Wendy’s daughter to use for bait in his feud with Peter Pan. While the younger crowd will likely enjoy the swashbuckling action, parents may find this Saturday-morning-cartoon style sequel lacks the charm of the original.
Violence: B- Scenes set in World War II include air raids, bombs, sirens and soldiers. Children are sent away from their families for safety. Character is kidnapped. Characters engage in swordplay, moderate rough-and-tumble action, punching and hitting with objects. Characters are shot at with cannons. A hungry octopus pursues character. Character falls from great height and hits ground. Characters are captured several times and threatened. Ship sinks.
Sexual Content: A- Mermaids wear scanty clothing. Jealousy is portrayed among females. Man’s underwear is revealed.
Language: A- Mild name-calling and insults.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A- Man shown with pipe.
Miscellaneous Concerns: Characters spit and burp. Animal passes flatus. Adult lies to child.
Page last updated August 19, 2013
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News About "Return To Never Land"
Cast and Crew
Return To Never Land is directed by Robin Rudd and stars Blayne Weaver, Kate Soucie, Corey Burton, Spencer Breslin.
The most recent home video release of Return To Never Land movie is August 20, 2013. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Peter Pan Return To Never Land Special Edition
Release Date: 20 August 2013
Return To Never Land re-releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) in a Special Edition. Bonus features include:
-Dust Up Volley Bug
-Hide And Tink
DVD Notes: Return to Never Land: Pixie Powered Edition DVD release Date: 27 November 2007
Return to Never Land with this Pixie Powered Edition. The DVD release features a boatload of bonus features including: Lost Treasures (deleted scenes), Tinker Bell’s Challenge: A Quest For Light (an interactive game), and Magical Fairy Moments (a trip inside Tinker Bell’s secret realm). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 (English, French and Spanish) and DTS Surround 5.1 (English).
Related home video titles:
If it has it been a while since you have seen Disney’s 1953 version of Peter Pan (featuring Wendy and her brothers’ adventure in Never Land), then check out our review. Disney’s The Kid stars the un-animated Spencer Breslin (who voices the character of Cubby) along with Bruce Willis in another movie about a lost childhood dreams.