Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
has done it again with their latest adventure in the Tinker
Bell saga - Tinker Bell and the
Great Fairy Rescue, available September 21st on DVD and BlueRay.
latest movie, Tink, who is again voiced by Mae Whitman (Parenthood)
and her friends learn a valuable lesson about friendship, putting their
differences aside and working together for the greater good.
Tink comes face to face with a sweet little girl named Lizzie in the
countryside, they become fast friends, which is something that Lizzie
doesn't have many of. Lizzie loves fairies and always believed they were
real, though her Dad always told her they were not. The new friends share
wonderful moments together including a funny segment where Tink helps Lizzy
feel like a fairy by flying and crashing around her room. (Which my kids
thought was hysterical!)
when Lizzie's Dad finds Tinker Bell, he tries to
catch her to take her to the museum and that's when some unlikely help shows
up as Vidia (voiced by Pamela Adlon), Tink's enemy rushes in to help her and
gets caught instead.
of the movie is exciting and about friendship and faith as all the fairies
and Lizzie rush to rescue their friend. It is captivating for kids of all
ages and as with most Disney animation, it leaves you with a good feeling
and very positive message.
animation in Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy
Rescue, as in the past Tink movies is brilliant, with intricate details
and beautiful colors proving that Disney still does animation the best.
Other actors again lending their voices to make these friendly little
fairies come to life include Kristin Chenoweth as Rosetta, Lucy Liu as
Silvermist, Raven-Symoné as Iridessa and Jesse McCartney as Terrance.
BluRay extras include lots of animated fun including deleted scenes, an all
new music video "How to Believe" performed by Bridgit Mendler, A Design a
Fairy House and a Fairy Field Guide Builder.
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