Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure


Action / Adventure / Animation / Family / Fantasy

Plot summary

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Top cast

Mae Whitman Photo
Mae Whitman as Tinker Bell
Pamela Adlon Photo
Pamela Adlon as Vidia
Lucy Liu Photo
Lucy Liu as Silvermist
Kristin Chenoweth Photo
Kristin Chenoweth as Rosetta
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737 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 20 min
P/S 3 / 20
1.48 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 20 min
P/S 2 / 19

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ccthemovieman-16 / 10

'Tinker' Wears On You, But Visuals Are Astounding

A movie designed for young girls is not something I would normally watch but I read where the visuals on the Blu-Ray DVD of this film was astounding. So....I rented it the other day to see how it looked. Hey, for $2, it was worth a shot.

Well, the visuals exceeded all expectations. This is as pretty an animated film as I've ever seen, and I've seen most of them. Animated films have looking better and better in recent years and in high-def, many of them look downright spectacular. But, a little girl's movie about Tinker Bell? Could that look as impressive as those big-budget, big-hyped films like "Cars," "Up," "Ice Age," etc.?

In a one-word answer: yes.

The colors in here are as good as anything I've seen. Your jaw drops as you watch scene-after-scene. It's amazing.

Is there "bad news?" Yes, at least for old codgers like me who don't want to hear the lead character ("Tinker Bell") whining, bitching-and-moaning much of the time. Is this Tinker Bell I saw years ago? No, this is the modern version, I guess: a pouting 13-14-year-old-like girl who can really get on your nerves the second half of this film. She's okay in the beginning but once she's airborne and some troubles start, plug your ears because she's constantly complaining, snapping at well-intentioned friends and simply becoming a real pain-in-the-butt.

If I ever see this DVD again, I'll just mute the second half of the film and marvel 100 percent at all the incredible artwork in here.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

A much better film than I expected

Having enjoyed the first Tinkerbell I was all for watching this one too. And I liked it just as much. It is too short, with some uneven pacing and insipid dialogue in between, but actually for what it set out to do it was a very nice movie.

The animation is surprisingly very good, not all plastic no substance sort of animation, but quite colourful and somewhat warm and the characters are well modelled. The music is very fitting, memorable and soothing too, while the story while simple is cute and charming with a nice message told subtly.

The characters are engaging, there is more of a focus on Tink and Terence which is not distracting at all and is quite cute, and the voice acting is as good as it can be. All in all, very nice and ideal for especially young girls. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by paulclaassen6 / 10

So much better than the first film.

Initially thinking the Tinker Bell movies were more for little girls, and not finding the first film extraordinary, I nevertheless decided to watch the second installment, and I'm very glad I did. This is so much better than the first film, with more action, adventure and excitement. And Tinker Bell is not as annoying. All the likable characters from the first film are back, and adventure starts when Tinker Bell is chosen to design the new sceptre. My favorite character from the first film, Cheese, only has a small role here, but there's a new very likable character - the firefly Blaze.

The animation is also better than 2008's Tinker Bell. The first film revolved around Spring, while this installment is about Autumn.

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