Have to fight. Have to fly. Have to crow. Steven Spielberg's Hook was maligned by critics upon its release in 1991, but many who grew up with it still remember it fondly. Is the film a misunderstood masterpiece or were its detractors right on the money? For the HDYR gang, the truth is somewhere in the middle.
It was the first movie that truly disappointed Chris as a child, Carlos found the whole thing a bit aimless, and Donna adored it. Have their opinions changed in the last two decades?
Topics include: Spielberg's late 80s/early 90s identity crisis, randy old Wendy, the unfathomable awesomeness of Dustin Hoffman, the strangely limited scope of the film, the half-baked "was it all a dream?" nonsense, Rufio the heartbreaker, why Tinkerbell is the real villain of Neverland, and much more!