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Come Away (2020)


Before Alice went to Wonderland, and before Peter became Pan, they were brother and sister. When their eldest brother dies in a tragic accident, they each seek to save their parents from their downward spirals of despair until finally they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.

Come Away (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 94 minutes
Directors: Brenda Chapman

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Before Alice went to Wonderland, and before Peter became Pan, they were brother and sister. When their eldest brother dies in a tragic accident, they each seek to save their parents from their downward spirals of despair until finally they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.

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Reviews


80
Slashfilm - Ben Pearson
A creative reimagining sprinkled with fairy dust, Come Away succeeds on the strength of its whimsical (but not overly whimsical) script by Marissa Kate Goodhill and its impressive ensemble cast, and soars thanks to Chapman’s stellar direction. A new children’s classic has arrived, and this timeless fairytale will surely enchant audiences for generations to come.
80
Film Threat - Lorry Kikta
Come Away is just a heart-rending, joyful, and gorgeous movie that everyone should take their kids to go see.
75
Washington Post - Ann Hornaday
There are moments when the fanfic speculations of “Come Away” feel too forced and downright cockamamie; the plot, probably inevitable, becomes schematic and the near-constant state of magical thinking too sticky-sweet for words. But the enterprise is ennobled by Chapman's sense of style and a consistently strong set of performances, especially from Jolie and Oyelowo.
63
The Seattle Times - Moira Macdonald
It just feels like a pretty idea that didn’t get fully developed; an origin story that we didn’t need.
50
Arizona Republic - Elizabeth Montgomery
Between the siblings' adventure scenes, family tragedies and familiar characters it's hard to stay engaged with a film so gloomy, sad and sluggish. In the end, you’re left wondering what was real, whether it was all just a dream or if you're just too grown up to understand.

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