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Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
30 December 2010
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). Lizzy and Tink eventually make friends but, when Lizzy’s naturalist father (Frost/Nixon’s Michael Sheen) discovers Tink, he realizes that proving fairies’ existence will make his reputation. At the last second, rival fairy Vidia (Pamela Adlon) ends up in the trap Dr.
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue Blu-ray Review
19 September 2010
Summary: You have to hand it to the marketing masterminds at Disney. Not only did they shrewdly transform a pint-sized bit player from a 1953 animated classic into a wildly successful cash cow, they transformed a jealous, temperamental, vindictive pixie like Tinker Bell -- who, lest we forget, was willing to aid her beloved Pan's mortal enemy if it meant getting rid of wretched ol' Wendy -- into an endearing, dare I say enchanting little icon.
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. These are cute films that aim to make little girls and most everyone else happy. The visuals here are simply stunning and will make great demo material.