I had the honor of joining the gentlemen of InSession Film to discuss director Joe Wright’s latest. Although we generally agreed that Pan was a colossal disappointment, both Levi Miller’s performance as Peter Pan and John Powell’s score made the journey bearable for some of us. The uneven pacing, lack of character development, the perplexing presence of music by Nirvana and the Ramones, and the miscast supporting roles all gave us plenty to discuss. Our chat is mostly spoiler-free, so head on over and have a listen!
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Beth is a lover of binge-watching, superheroes, and all things sci fi. She currently resides in the greater Pittsburgh area.
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