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 first of the Tinker Bell movies to be granted a cinema release. Disney were hoping to secure a nomination for Best Animated Feature by doing so, although this move proved unsuccessful. 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 »
[Lizzy has unintentionally trashed her room after her first flying attempt]
Look at this room! It looks like a cyclone hit it!
It's not that bad.
Not that bad? Your books are all over the floor, your toys are everywhere, and you've torn your curtains!
What? HOW did you get FOOTPRINTS on the CEILING?
This is simply too much. A temper tantrum of this magnitude is unacceptable.
But I wasn't having a tantrum!
Then how did this happen? And the TRUTH this time.
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I have to say I liked the last two Tinkerbell movies, and wasn't expecting much. But once again I got a very sweet film, albeit one with imperfections such as the short length, one or two moments that could have been better paced and the odd moment of dialogue that doesn't quite convince. The animation once again is gorgeous, the music is memorable, the story is a cute and charming one with a message that is good and doesn't feel forced in how it's incorporated, the characters including Tinkerbell are likable and the voice work, what a delight it was to hear the wonderful Michael Sheen, is top notch. Overall, very sweet and I recommend it. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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