Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue


Action / Adventure / Animation / Family / Fantasy

Plot summary

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Top cast

Michael Sheen Photo
Michael Sheen as Dr. Griffiths
Mae Whitman Photo
Mae Whitman as Tinker Bell
Pamela Adlon Photo
Pamela Adlon as Vidia
Lucy Liu Photo
Lucy Liu as Silvermist
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600.54 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
P/S 0 / 9
1.41 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
P/S 3 / 33

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

Very sweet

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. The animation once again is gorgeous, the music is memorable, the story is a cute and charming one with a message that is good and doesn't feel forced in how it's incorporated, the characters including Tinkerbell are likable and the voice work, what a delight it was to hear the wonderful Michael Sheen, is top notch. Overall, very sweet and I recommend it. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by sddavis634 / 10

Six Year Old Girls Will Enjoy This!

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. This was a more straightforward adventure type movie. Tinkerbell finds herself captured by a little girl and the rest of the fairies set out to find her and bring her back to Pixie Hollow. There's a cuteness involved in watching the relationship between Tinkerbell and the little girl develop. There's some humour - particularly as the cat chases the fairies over the flying plates. Still, it seemed less substantial than its predecessor; the story not as interesting; the music (usually a strong point for Disney) very minimal.

Make no mistake about it. This will please a six year old girl. For an adult the most satisfying part of this will not be watching the movie; it will be sitting and snuggling with the six year old girl who's watching the movie!

Reviewed by paulclaassen7 / 10

Pure delight!

Thoroughly enjoying the second film 'Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure' I was keen on watching this installment. Bradley Raymond is back as director. This was even better than the second film, with better animation, and again with wonderful action and adventure. The adventure starts when Tinker Bell is captured by a human girl, and the fairies set out to rescue her, not knowing that she's actually befriending the human.

The bond between fairy and human was wonderfully portrayed, exactly the way I'd imagine a child would react if she were to see a fairy. There's also a very deep underlying theme here with the single father/daughter relationship, with a father always "too busy" for his daughter.

All the familiar characters are back, as well as Blaze, and Cheese is back in a more prominent role. The fairy inventions are genius thinking from the writer's and animator's perspective. I loved this film, and thought it was really cute with a lesson or two to be learnt.

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