Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure Reviews
Original review 06/11 (2 1/2 stars) : Love the first Tinker movie.... was not so thrilled with this (2nd) one. It was like they were trying too hard to appeal to the older audience and it took away from the original, magical & whimsical wonderfulness they brought to the screen in the first one. It was way too deep, scary & boring for my 3 1/2 year old, and something about it (still can't get my finger on it) pretty much rubbed me wrong from the very beginning. Very Disappointed!
(Full review coming soon)
Tinker Bell and Terrance are best friends. Tinker Bell is awarded head fairy of the autumn and given the responsibility of presenting the moon stone and activating it with the special scepter. As Terrance helps Tinker prepare, he accidentally breaks the scepter. Tinker unfriends him, like Facebook, and never wants to see him again. During her fit of rage she breaks the moon stone. Tinker will need to find a way to fix everything herself after pushing her best friend away.
"The treasure of true friendship will never lose its glow."
Klay Hall, director of episodes of The Simpsons, Garfield and Friends, King of the Hill, and Father of the Pride; as well as the upcoming Planes, delivers Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure. The storyline for this picture was surprisingly entertaining, but what was really impressive was the awesome animation. The voices were okay and included Mae Whiteman, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symone, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jesse McCartney.
"I didn't think I'd need any help. I was wrong."
I watched this off Netflix with my daughter this past weekend and found it more entertaining than I anticipated. The plot has several twists and the characters are dynamic. This is far from a great movie, but isn't the worst sequel to a Disney picture. I recommend seeing this movie with your child.
"I'm standing behind you."