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“All children, except one, grow up.�

Peter Banning is a well-meaning, successful corporate lawyer whose relationship with his family, especially his two young children Jack and Maggie, is strained by continuous absences and broken promises. His wife Moira struggles to keep them together and grows frustrated at Peter for his callous behavior. The family flies to London to visit Moira's grandmother, Wendy Darling, who helped Peter find a family when he was a young orphan. Upon arrival, they meet an old man who has "lost his marbles", Toodles, Wendy's first orphan. Peter, Moira, and Wendy attend a ceremony for the expansion of Wendy's orphanage. While they are out, the children are abducted and a note is left for Peter by a James Hook. Wendy tells Peter that he is in fact Peter Pan and that his old enemy, Captain Hook, has returned and taken his children for revenge, but he fails to remember anything


A talking fairy?

I don’t know any pixies. I don’t believe in fairies. Do you?


i do not believe in fairies.


OH MY GOD i think I killed it.


i didn’t say that.

okay i’m clapping - just stop ringing!


I’ve had enough of this crap, fairy.



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