John Williams needs no introduction, being probably the biggest name in film music in the 1980s and 1990s. Only Walt Disney himself has more Academy Award nominations than Williams whose 54 nominations were limited to music. His 25 Grammy Awards surprisingly is not a record - that goes to Sir Georg Solti. But Williams is a treasure, and his 1991 score to Hook is a delight. It wasn't nominated for the Oscar that year but that's probably not a big loss as the winner was Beauty And The Beast and nothing was going to beat that.
The film itself is a mixed bag. The "Peter Pan grew up" concept comes across as obvious and Robin Williams didn't really pull it off. But Dustin Hoffman was brilliant in the title role - I guess you can't really steal the show when you're the lead actor but it's one of my favorite performances by him.