Peter Pan Diamond Edition
I was shocked to discover Family Friendly
Gaming had not previously reviewed any version of Peter Pan. So I felt
honored to be able to watch and review Peter Pan Diamond Edition. Family
Friendly Gaming was provided the 3-Disc Combo Pack. This contains the
Blu-ray plus DVD plus Digital Copy plus Storybook App.
The seventy-seven minute animated film relays the message of growing up, and being responsible. Kids just want to be kids and have fun. At some point they have to grow up and become responsible. Peter Pan Diamond Edition also teaches us to have faith, trust, and just a bit of pixie dust.
The Tinker Bell movies have been great over recent years. It is fun to see the origin of the character in our time line in Peter Pan Diamond Edition though. Her inability to talk to humans is one of the things I find most interesting. Her jealousy is evident from the very beginning. But she is not the only female character in Peter Pan Diamond Edition that relays that emotion.
Various scenes in Peter Pan Diamond Edition contain harmless fun. Captain Hook, and the Crocodile both want to do damage to others. Hook wants to get Peter Pan, and the Croc wants the captain. There is some mild peril in Peter Pan Diamond Edition, but no one gets seriously injured. And we are talking about a cartoon.
There are numerous bonus features included in Peter Pan Diamond Edition. My personal favorite is the Disney Intermission. Press pause while watching Peter Pan Diamond Edition for some cool things to happen. I will not spoil the surprise. We are treated to deleted scenes, deleted songs, the nine old men, alternate ending, introduction, and more.
Peter Pan Diamond Edition has something for all ages of the family. Kids will love the adventure the children will go on. Adults will appreciate having a youthful approach to life, as well as understanding what it means to grow up. Some adults may even yearn for being a child again.
Certain songs in Peter Pan Diamond Edition can easily get stuck in the head. Calling someone a codfish is the worst language used in Peter Pan Diamond Edition. I love the various characters in Peter Pan Diamond Edition as well as their diverse outlooks on things.
Family Friendly Factor: 89%
Rating: Rating: ‘G’ - General Audiences
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