Nov 30 2004

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Going to Neverland

Finding Neverland
Well, I just got in from one of the most memorable moving movies I have seen in a long time. Tonight, Paul and I went to the AMC at Downtown Disney to go see Finding Neverland. This movie isn’t just for fans of Peter Pan. This movie is so moving that it will make you want to go to Neverland yourself. The music (click album to right to load in the iTunes Music Store) and the ideas just push you to ‘think of a wonderful thought’ and head to the Second Star to the Right and straight on till morning. Finding Neverland is described as:

Director Marc Forster’s follow-up to “Monster’s Ball” is “Finding Neverland,” a tale of magic and fantasy inspired by the life of James Barrie, the real-life author of the children’s classic Peter Pan. Set in London in 1904, the film follows Barrie’s creative journey to bring Peter Pan to life, from his first inspiration for the story up until the play’s premiere at the Duke of York’s Theatre – a night that will change not only Barrie’s own life, but the lives of everyone close to him.

With just a little imagination, one can travel to an entirely different world. What Finding Neverland does, is help one realize the power of imagination and how it can make even the old never grow up and say child like forever in Neverland. Is Neverland where you can dance with pixies and swim in a mermaid lagoon? Perhaps for J.M. Barrie but for everyone, Neverland is what you want it to be. Unlock your imagination and set yourself free. See ya in Neverland!

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