The sailor of legend is framed by the goddess Eris for the theft of the Book of Peace, and must travel to her realm at the end of the world to retrieve it and save the life of his childhood friend Prince Proteus.
The trailer for the movie is shown on the "sneak peek" menu of "Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure", but is slightly different from the finished product. The plot is the same, Tinkerbell is caught by Lizzie and her friends go to save her, but how they go to save her is different in the trailer from how they save her in the movie. It also shows in the trailer that Tinkerbell is being held capture in a jar. This happens in the actual movie, but near the end and it is Vidia that gets captured in the jar. There are other subtle differences between the first shown trailer and the finished movie. See more »
It's night time when Lizzy and all the fairies leave to fly to London. However, when Lizzy flies above the clouds to get out of the rain, it's suddenly daylight again. As she descends down into London, it's back to night time. Also, the storm has past as she catches up to her father, and all the stars are out. See more »
[as Lizzy is flying to London]
Hello Mrs. Perkins. Goodbye Mrs. Perkins.
Goodbye, dear. Fly back soon.
[Slight pause. Mrs. Perkins gasps, then faints]
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Head and shoulders above other animated children's films
A superbly made film in every way! I was stunned by the utter beauty and charm of this and the previous animated 'Tinkerbell' films a few years ago, with their introduction to the world of fairies.
Colours are dazzling and sumptuous, imagery is almost 3D in appearance (yet sharper), the stories are well thought out, and in this third instalment - 'Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue', Disney does not disappoint!
I can't enthuse enough about the 'Tinkerbell' films, as they do not have the frenetic, brash, sometimes over-the-top action sequences that many other animated films such as 'Tangled', and even the later 'Ice Age' films have. There are very exciting sequences however, but they are well balanced with other aspects of the film.
They also don't have any smart-mouthed characters that are to be found in some animated films these days, and whom in my opinion are not good role-models for young children.
I see a great many films of all genres, and I do not even have any children, but after I saw the first Tinkerbell film, I had found it so sweet and entertaining - and such a breath of fresh air in our often ugly world - that I bought the following films, and waited with anticipation to see them. Tinkerbell is so cute, (yet feisty) with a perfectly suited voice - that it makes you wish that fairies were real.
Indeed, one becomes utterly submersed in Tinkerbell's fairyland adventures for the entire duration of the film - so well executed is it. I would go as far as to say that 'Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue' is the best animated film I have ever seen. Shrek, Finding Nemo, Madagascar,(to name but a few) pale by comparison. It is THAT good!
If you have young children, and would like them to see completely innocent, thoroughly entertaining films with good values, you cannot do better than let them view the recent 'Tinkerbell' films. I'm very sure that you will enjoy them immensely too!
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