Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue

2010

Action / Adventure / Animation / Family / Fantasy

108
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7 10 6257

Synopsis


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Cast

Mae Whitman as Tinker Bell
Lucy Liu as Silvermist
Kristin Chenoweth as Rosetta
Michael Sheen as Dr. Griffiths
720p.BLU
600.54 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
12hr 0 min
P/S 9 / 83

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sporeviews 1 / 10

This movie fails in SO many areas..

After re watching this film I can safely say I thought it was terrible. Sure, despite the Tinkerbell movies (in my opinion) being TERRIBLE quality, this particular movie takes the cake for being the worst in my opinion.

When focusing on the movies CGI the saturation is lovely however that doesn't make up for the dated look of the animation. In my opinion there are better movies made in 2010 with a lot clearer animation.

Overall the only good things I can say about this movie is the color saturation, Background design and voice talent. Besides that, the film is ABYSMAL. I didn't care at all for the characters, the plot lacked any fret or tension and feels like barely anything happens. But the cream on top of the pile, is the black and white morals, the skeptic vs believer, and a very inane, and EXTREMELY sappy script.

I also can't believe that a girl at 9 years of age, still believes in fairies. Girls at that age should be fully aware of the real world, and her reality SHOULD NOT be sugarcoated, and safety- blanketed, at that point.

One thing that legitimately made me annoyed while watching this film, was the 'cat in the cradle' plot line. I don't like how the father was being portrayed as terrible for focusing on his job, and not his family; Sure parents need to focus on their families, but they won't have the money, or budget to be properly fed, or sheltered. Speaking of which, where's the mother? She's just non- existent to what the plot demands, which is sloppy writing!

Overall, this movie was the worst Tinkerbell movie ever; It didn't have depth, complexity, intrigue, or thought-provoking messages. It instead shows a simplified, unrealistic, black and white view on the world, which is a RANCID message for little girls.

Reviewed by sporeviews 1 / 10

This movie fails in SO many areas...

After re watching this film I can safely say I thought it was terrible. Sure, despite the Tinkerbell movies (in my opinion) being TERRIBLE quality, this particular movie takes the cake for being the worst in my opinion.

When focusing on the movies CGI the saturation is lovely however that doesn't make up for the dated look of the animation. In my opinion there are better movies made in 2010 with a lot clearer animation.

Overall the only good things I can say about this movie is the color saturation, Background design and voice talent. Besides that, the film is ABYSMAL. I didn't care at all for the characters, the plot lacked any fret or tension and feels like barely anything happens. But the cream on top of the pile, is the black and white morals, the skeptic vs believer, and a very inane, and EXTREMELY sappy script.

I also can't believe that a girl at 9 years of age, still believes in fairies. Girls at that age should be fully aware of the real world, and her reality SHOULD NOT be sugarcoated, and safety- blanketed, at that point.

One thing that legitimately made me annoyed while watching this film, was the 'cat in the cradle' plot line. I don't like how the father was being portrayed as terrible for focusing on his job, and not his family; Sure parents need to focus on their families, but they won't have the money, or budget to be properly fed, or sheltered. Speaking of which, where's the mother? She's just non- existent to what the plot demands, which is sloppy writing!

Overall, this movie was the worst Tinkerbell movie ever; It didn't have depth, complexity, intrigue, or thought-provoking messages. It instead shows a simplified, unrealistic, black and white view on the world, which is a RANCID message for little girls.

Reviewed by gaspyy 7 / 10

Very good for small kids

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). This time, her native curiosity in how things work and her fascination with humans gets her in trouble and her friends must organize a rescue party, also a good opportunity for Vidia, the antagonist, to show her better side.

The production values are good but not incredible compared to Pixar movies or even to Disney's own Bolt; still, I doubt that any child will notice that Cheese's fur doesn't sway for example.

About the only thing that disappoints me is that the whole Disney Fairies franchise is more aimed at girls rather than boys, which is quite a shame, given Tink's personality.

Overall, it's a nice family movie. My 6 years old son loved it and that's all it matters.

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