Reviews and Problems with Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue
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Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Tinker Bell is back on DVD and Blu-ray in Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue. This movie is based on the summer season. Although a lot of Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue happens in a rain storm. The fairies are in their summer camp.
Excerpt: When Tinker Bell (Avatar: The Last Airbender’s Mae Whitman) goes on a summer trip to the English countryside, she finds herself trapped in a fairy house built by nine-year-old Lizzy Griffiths (Lauren Mote).
Summary: This film begins the climb toward the Tinker Bell mythology we have always had with Disney. Tinker Bell lets Lizzie fly just as she will with the Wendy and the others in Peter Pan . The next film as already been announced and involves a winter adventure for Tink and her friends.
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue Blu-ray Review
19 September 2010
Conclusion: Parents need not lose too much sleep over my modest grumblings about the story and the sound: If my kids were any indication, this latest installment is sure to be another hit. Product Details
Conclusion: The Great Fairy Rescue is easily the best of the Tinker Bell films and should appeal to any family who counts at least one young girl among their own. Sweet and syrupy as it all may be, it will thrill four to nine-year-olds and leave them begging for more.
Conclusion: Sit down with your family and watch this movie. Your young kids will love it, and your young girls will love it the most. The best thing is, the movie isn't dumbed down for kids and doesn't contain ridiculous humor like fart jokes.
Excerpt: "Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue" assumes the target audience is unsophisticated. The tale lacks depth and interest, and the same can be said of the simple animation. It's hard to forgive this production for being so unimaginative.