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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Sprinkle Me With Fairy Dust (A Review of New Tinker Bell Movie)


A few days ago we got a free copy of the new Tinkerbell Movie, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (Two-Disc Blu-ray/ DVD Combo) courtesy of the Amazon Vine program (I love me some Amazon1!!).  My daughter was thrilled!!!   My daughter has seen all the Tinker Bell Movies and she is a huge Tinker Bell fan.  So she put on her wings and cuddled on the couch with Mommy to watch this new Tinker Bell film.  Quickly I could tell this film was going to become a favorite of this four year old.  She was mesmerized.  When the film was over, her first question...  "Can we watch it again!"  I guess she liked it!   We did watch the flick again with her big 8 year old brother and he didn't blink through the film (but he won't admit he liked it since he thinks boys should not like Princesses and Fairies). 

The Great Fairy Rescue is actually the third film in the series, but you don't need to watch the first two movies to understand what's going on in the third movie. The movie is rated G and is about 70 minutes long

As you can guess from the title of the movie, one of the fairies (Tinker Bell) gets captured by a human and needs to be rescued. During the course of the rescue, Tinker Bell ends up repairing the broken bond between a dad and his daughter

The extras are good.  There are some deleted scenes, there is a preview of Tangled (can't wait to see that), some  introductions. and a three-minute music video, "How to Believe", by one of the rising Disney stars; but the others, including the Fairy Field Guide Builder, and How to Build a Fairy House, are in HD and seem interesting.

I have enjoyed all three of the Tinker Bell Movies and both of my kids love them.  We were happy to add this to our collection and I am sure it will be watched many times. 
 

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1 Comments:

Blogger The Faithful Homeschool said...

My kids LOVE Tink movies! I am looking forward to seeing this one. We celebrated the first day of fall with Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure :-) Thanks for sharing your movie notes!

September 24, 2010 at 10:16 PM  

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