Peter Pan - 26

May 27th, 2012, 7:31 am

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TriaElf9,

May 27th, 2012, 7:31 am

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OOOH, you got caught, Mr. Darling! PS. Mr. Darling, you have a terrible sense of humor THIS IS GOING TO END BADLY ^_^;;;

Enjoy!

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TeamSonicPrezREBORN,

May 27th, 2012, 8:44 am

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*gasp* Not only is medicine horribly disgusting, but it could hurt Nana if that doesn't first!!! Bad Mr. Darling!
... And he's still my favorite character.

TriaElf9,

May 27th, 2012, 8:52 am

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@TeamSonicPrezREBORN: Poor Nana! Oh yeah, he's one of my favs too ^_^;;

snow crystal (Guest),

May 27th, 2012, 10:58 am

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I remeber that scene so well >) Ooohh Mr. Darling... at that moment, I really ALWAYS thought "Why didn't you just take it?! It's just medicin, damn it! You should take it every day if it's for you... and you're the ADULT here!"
In this scene, Micheal sure seems much more matured than his father, what for itself already goes as a shame. But then adding something like this? I mean, SERIOUSLY! Mr. Darling sure would need a little training... how to deal with kids - and with your own life...

Ah, TriaElf9, thank you for your reply on my comment, I was happy to read it, and it filled me with excitement because I so totally agree with you with all the movies and stuff!!! Do you know the movie "Finding Neverland"? It's with Johnny Depp and basically tells the story how J.M. Barrie wrote "Peter Pan". It's one of my favourites, based on true facts, but not totally true (Just a little bit too much of of a happy ending to be true). I like it because it deals more with the formation of the story than with the story itself, and somehow makes it even more real and exciting like that. But I read the Foreword of one of Barries relatives, written in the book, and I know his story sure is much more depressing than the film tells it. Well, but it still is such a nice story :)

Anyway; poor Nana! I really feel that it's absolutely not fair it's mostly Nana paying for the mistakes of Mr. Barrie or for his stubbornness and constricted thinking, if you know what I mean.
At most times, I suffer with the characters in books and films and stuff, so I totally feel the embarrasment of Mr. Barries actions and Nanas hurt feelings that come next. Oh well, I write novels again, so I'll just stop here.
Nice job as expected! Go on like that!

TriaElf9,

May 27th, 2012, 8:03 pm

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@snow crystal: Heh, yes, I've seen Finding Neverland ^_^ I think my favorite rendition of the book is probably the live action movie from 2001 or whenever it came out. They were so close to the book in the beginning, and used actual lines from the book, but they left out Liza (sad face) and changed the fight in the end. It wasn't bad, I LOVE that movie, it's just good for a movie version. I've always wanted to see a more accurate rendition ^_^

Thank you so much for your in-depth comments! ^___^

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