Reviews and Problems with Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue
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Head and shoulders above other animated children's films
18 November 2012
Summary: A superbly made film in every way! I was stunned by the utter beauty and charm of this and the previous animated 'Tinkerbell' films a few years ago, with their introduction to the world of fairies. Colours are dazzling and sumptuous, imagery is almost 3D in appearance (yet sharper), the stories are well thought out, and in this third instalment - 'Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue', Disney does not disappoint!
Summary: I've seen the previews two Tinker Bell movies and by far this one is the best. This is how movies for young children should be made - yes it has adventures, fantasy creatures and magic, but at the same time the focuse is about the relation between a little girl and her father who dosen't aprove her to believe in faeries and magic. It's very ratable, sweet and charming, as well the bond between Tinker Bell and little girl.
Summary: I have to say I liked the last two Tinkerbell movies, and wasn't expecting much. But once again I got a very sweet film, albeit one with imperfections such as the short length, one or two moments that could have been better paced and the odd moment of dialogue that doesn't quite convince.
Can a 19 year old girl who loved fairy tales all her life enjoy this actually yeah
2 January 2011
Summary: I received this as a Christmas present last year gone and I decided to watch it last night. At first I had low expectations on it as it was a movie for 4 year olds to watch but I decided to hell with it to check it out. The story is based on the popular fairy Tinkerbell from Peter Pan.
Summary: Oh the challenge of reviewing a children's movie! I've just watched this with my six year old. She was reasonably entertained by it. I find myself comparing this sequel to 2008's "Tinkerbell." I thought that movie was better, in that it seemed to have a purpose to it - which helps to maintain the attention of an adult. The earlier movie introduced us to Tinkerbell in more detail than we've ever known her, and it provided an imaginative look at fairy life.
Tinkerbell proves popular with family crowds but is it worth a cinema trip?
19 December 2010
Summary: Usually, a spin-off such as this would only appear as a straight-to-DVD movie, but due to the amazing sales in the UK, Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue will see Peter Pan's favourite fairy get a cinematic release; the first of the Disney fairies to be granted one. Tinkerbell, as any Pan fan will know, is a mischievous but resourceful individual who always manages to get herself into trouble.
Summary: I'm not sure what makes Tinker Bell so irresistible to small children, but Disney managed to expand upon the Peter Pan mythos and flesh out Tink as an independent, curious, kind yet temperamental fairy. This is Tink's third adventure, after Tinker Bell (2008) and Tinker Bell and The Lost Treasure (2009).
Summary: The third TB is like the first two - funny, clever, cute, visually stunning. My little one (4) absolutely loved it, so did I. It kept her attention from beginning till the end, what I don't see every day. It's useless to speak about visuals - the colors are wonderful, as we are used to, the objects are elastic and "real" in the way an animated fairy tale can be. The story is also nice. This time there's much more space for Vidia, which tries to show her better side.
Summary: Out of the hundreds of films and shows my four year old daughter has seen there are very few that I would confidently recommend as perfect for a little girl. "Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue" is one of these. Totally inoffensive and absolutely stunning production qualities make this one of the most pleasant films I have seen for children for many, many years. I am totally lost why this little visual masterpiece has had such little promotion.
Summary: This British Disney Toon studios production is true pixie-dust for the hopeful family viewer. Astonishing 3D-like 2D imagery (why can't all films look this amazing?) is completely captivating and as an adult I felt myself being whisked into the genuine Disney magic of 60s films like MARY POPPINS and POLLYANNA...... TINKERBELL FAIRY RESCUE has the absolutely most breathtaking visuals, computer driven but timeless and earthy in beauty and fantasy.