The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Experienced Tinker Bell watchers should be able to predict roughly where the story is headed; still, by the standards of the series the ending is unusually contemplative, even sombre.
It's expertly crafted for very young kids, and the snappy length (67 minutes!) makes it a useful option for parents seeking a U-certificate family diversion over the holidays.
For the elementary schoolgirls who make up the target audience, "Legend of the Neverbeast" is a welcome visit with their favorite characters, even though Tink herself (Mae Whitman) is reduced to a supporting role.
The titular pixie is a peripheral character in this colorful and cheery new franchise entry.
There's little that feels direct-to-video about this lively, surprisingly cinematic CG adventure.
Better than last year's pirate one, but it still feels like a short padded to feature length so that more of that sweet 3D surcharge can be extracted from parents' pockets.
[A] really sweet little movie.
Full of rich colours, gentle humour and mild spills and thrills, this enchanting tale is sure to delight little girls. Grown-ups could well be charmed, too.
Beautifully produced and relentlessly paced, the films work as wonderful, empowering little fables about friendship, teamwork, community and trust...it's hard to fault Neverbeast as great, value-added entertainment for kids.
A more intense, adventurous, vividly drawn installment in the Tinker Bell series.
This is an endearing entry into the Tinkerbell franchise that succeeds in spite of the reservations and flaws that have hitherto been outlined.
Slick but shamelessly derivative.
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