Neverland (2011) - Adventure, Fantasy

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Raised on the streets of turn-of-the century London, orphaned Peter and his pals survive by their fearless wits as cunning young pickpockets. Now, they've been rounded up by their mentor ...

IMDB: 6.4
Stars: Keira Knightley, Charlotte Atkinson
Length: 180 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 44 found boring (18.18%)

One-line Reviews (27)

It drags on and on for hours to the point that what was interesting becomes boring.

If your like me who love these classic stories then you should agree with me that this mini-series is a contrived sci-fi mess.

Charming to the limit of boring.

The story is very intriguing with lots of cool and sometimes shocking twists.

The beginning was boring.

the direction on this film is so boring and lack-luster, there are some edits that are just plain horrible and lazy - and speaking of horrible Q'orianka Kilcher as Aaya (tiger lily) is just awful...

Brilliant to be boring.

I've only seen part one so far, and I enjoyed it a lot.

It was so engrossing I had to pause it when I had to briefly leave the room in far of missing something.

The story line is fairly fast paced and often leaves you to wonder what will happen next.

What a tedious mini-series to sit through.

for the others - good occasion to discover a prequel who did few explanations, who use magic and the enthusiastic young characters for a trip in essence of a well known story, same fascinating, seductive and charming.

it had me laughing and in suspense i watched both parts numerously and have enjoyed it every time,i am addicted, i loved the leading roll Charlie Rowe I thought he was very talented and i would love to see him in more movies, all the actors where very talented and all the rolls where played so well i couldn't stop watching it everyone i showed it to, loved it also i also wish it had gotten better reviews i would strongly rate this movie a 10/10 <3.

This in mind, while it is not quite as good as Tin Man and Alice, it is like them entertaining and interesting and alongside them and The Lost Future among the best SyFy have done.

The graphics were well done (more so than other shows by SyFy) and I quite enjoyed it!

It was pretty solid and I enjoyed it.

) And the mediocre action, complete with crash zooms to make it more 'intense', and lax CGI, even by TV standards, don't exactly help matters either.

She is beautiful, but she seemed too old, and seemed at times more awkward and bland than brave and dignified.

4 hours right through which we never do, only Sir Francis Urqhart in the classic HOUSE OF CARDS trilogy was so compelling.

It was fun and exciting to watch I LOVE Syfy for doing this.

:) It was gripping and enchanting from the beginning to the end.

Neverland did bring some interesting ideas mostly scientific, which had potential to bring a fresh and intriguing slant to things.

With 240 minutes, this is way too long.

While Charlie Rowe is passable as Peter, the two other "pirate leads" (Rhys Ifans & Anna Friel) are uninspiring to say the least.

I was also dubious though as SyFy apart from a couple of surprises to me are notorious for making cheaply made, cliché ridden and terribly acted movies.

Seeing the names of the boys is intriguing; have seen them in Peter Pan 2003.

It's dark and dreary.