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The film admirably refrains from making this a clear-cut situation in which certain attitudes are praised and others are vilified.
Featuring beautiful nature animation and possessing a passable plot, if nothing else, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure opens up a world beyond the Never Land everyone seemingly knows.
This time, Disney created a "world." From the magical opening sequence that shows fairies helping animals prepare for winter and ripening corn, you know you're in for some stunning animation.
Imaginative ideas and exquisite execution are the key to the success of this second full length feature about the petite fairy born of laughter, and there is nothing as powerful as good storytelling and engaging characters
It has more story than the first, which is good.
Thumbs up for the animation in this adorably cute movie! Very magical and will be a delight to all!
Not as good as the first. The supporting cast have had their roles reduced to focus more on Tinker Bell and her best friend Terence. I removes a lot of the lighthearted funny moments from the first. When the cute animals show up they are still hilarious, with a bug named Blaze and a frog making a quick exit from an awkward situation. Terence is far too annoying to have a big part in this. He's irritating and fucks everything up, the twerp. Will please the target audience no end and the animation is still impressive.
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