Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell

DVD - 2008
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Peter Pan's sprightly sidekick, Tinker Bell, embarks on a daring quest to unlock the true magic of pixie dust in an effort to save the fairies' homeland, Pixie Hollow.


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Nov 04, 2019

Tinkerbell is a charming movie! All of the fairies are very likeable, and each have their own unique personality. The storyline is very entertaining, and the creativity and imagination are outstanding! The entire plot and idea are unlike any other Disney movie that I have seen, which makes this film extra special. This was one of my favourite movies when I was younger, and I still enjoy watching it! The story transports you into Pixie Hollow, a magical setting full of fairies! It is a feel-good, adventurous, inspiring movie, and one that I would highly recommend, especially to younger audiences. @PenelopeScriptor of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Tinker Bell was my go to film as a child and it never gets boring. Each character had their own adorable and unique personalities! Tinker Bell especially stubborn and this gets a bit frustrating as a teenager watching this frill for the second time. his movie takes us on a journey of self discovery due to the fact that Tinker Bell doesn’t want to do the job she’s born to do. Throughout the film she tries all the other fairy’s jobs and soon discovers that tinkering is what she is best at. Definitely a must watch for younger children and all the other movies are really good as well. 5 out of 5 stars from me. -@SpookyCat of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Apr 11, 2017

I absolutely love the Tinkerbell movies! I can watch them over and over and never get tired of them. I'm sure kids like them too.

Sep 21, 2016

Always a favorite. This movie (and the whole series) are a go-to when watching a movie WITH my daughter. I find them very entertaining and the animation quality is very good.

Dec 18, 2014

I love faeries and seeing the world of Tinkerbell in 3D really put the colors, nature, and magic into perspective. It's inspired me to open up my book of 'How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci'

Oct 17, 2013

This is the greatest movie I have ever seen. The animation was glorious and the movie really spoke to my soul. I would recommend to anyone who wants their life changed for the better upon watching this movie.

smudla512248 Feb 02, 2012

I've Watched It 3 Times After Checking It Out, And Honestly, It Was Pretty Good. I Defenitely Reccomend This If Your Children Love Peter Pan!

Nov 21, 2011

A pretty good movie, although not quite as fun as the Great Fairie Rescue. My daughter has watched numerous times this week.

Feb 15, 2011

I never thought I would ever see this movie, but my daughter loves fairies and princesses. Overall it was okay, mostly about accepting who you are and not trying to be somebody else. Using your talent to further yourself and progress in life. My kids were captivated by the disney magic of this movie.

jdneochi May 19, 2010

I have mixed feelings about this movie. On one hand its Disney. On the other, the faeries have a caste system in which they can only do they jobs they were born to do. In this case, Tinker Bell doesn't want to be a Tinker, which in their world is an inventor. Nope, she wants to do something girly like put dew on grass or make rainbows appear. But she can't, she lives in a system that doesn't allow anyone outside of their class to learn new skills or do anything other than what they were born to do. This is highlighted by Tinker Bell's failed attempts at becoming a different type of faerie. Instead of promoting the idea that you can do anything you put your mind to. Or better yet, encourage Tinker Bell to do inventing and therefore encourage young girls into the field of science. This movie pretty much puts out the message that you should do what you were born to do.

Sep 04, 2009

Very good movie ;)

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