In "Hook," Peter Pan has grown up and forgotten all about his wild, eternal youth as a flying boy in Neverland. Now, he is a workaholic father, much to the frustration of his young son and daughter, his wife and his grandmother-in-law, Wendy. It takes anabduction by his old nemesis, Captain Hook, to rouse the old spirit within him. Hook is itching for a chance to take his revenge, but it won't be satisfying unless Peter is in peak condition, so he allows Peter the time to regain his memories and his oldfighting prowess. With the help of Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys, he learns to be playful again, seeing the world with renewed vision that will restore his relationship with his kids.