What Culture | 'Pan' Review


Out of all the films in the recent epidemic of live-action adaptations of Disney animated classics, Pan was the “reimagining” (of whatever description we’ve cycled onto) that held the most promise. Not only is the J. M. Barrie source so whimsically imaginative that it’s ripe for reinterpretation, but Joe Wright’s film has been produced by Warner Bros., so unlike Alice In Wondefland, Maleficent, Cinderella, The Jungle Book, Beauty And The Beast et al there wasn’t going to be the same slavish brand management working just beneath the surface and instead we’d get a piece driven by a singular vision.

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