“ Genre: Children's DVDs - Disney / Universal, suitable for all / Director: Bradley Raymond / Actors: Mae Whitman, Michael Sheen, Kristin Chenoweth, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symoné ... / DVD released 2010-12-06 at Walt Disney Home Entertainment / Features of the DVD: PAL „
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Do you believe in fairies?
Up until this point fairies and humans had never met until one fateful summer....
Tinker Bell is off to Fairy camp with all her other fairy friends but they need to make sure to stay away from the humans. However, Think being Think, she heads out with her friend Vida to find some things to fix near the human house and stumbles across a little girl called Lizzy. Lizzy is a very cute little girl character. She has an unwavering belief in fairies and builds houses for them and talks about them if they are real. When Lizzy and Tink meet they soon become firm friends and create a lovely relationship between the two of them. It's a relationship they have to use when the unthinkable happens!!
Lizzy has a tough relationship with her father, he doesn't pay her as much attention as she needs and is also quite skeptical. He definitely does not believe in fairies and even says in the movie, "Rational people consider a belief in fairies to be quite foolish!!" Her father works in a museum and collects butterflies and when he finds a fairy the race is on to stop him taking her to be examined and possibly killed for research!!
The animation is so cute in this film, the imagination the person must have had to come up with all the little fairy touches such as the way they work, the little houses they live in etc. The colour in this film is amazing too. It's so green and bright and vivid. The songs in this film are really sweet too, quite Disney-esque but uplifting and cheerful and fun to watch and listen to.
What I love about this film is that Tinker Bell is portrayed in a really nice light with her enthusiasm and optimism shining bright and her sense of friendship as strong as ever. In Peter Pan, another one of our favourite movies she is almost cast as a bit of a villain as she does not like Wendy but in this she is such a sweet loving character which is the way I think Tinker Bell should be.
Lauren Mote voices Lizzy, Michael Sheen voices her father Dr. Griffiths, and both join the talented cast that once again includes Mae Whitman, Kristin Chenoweth, Jesse McCartney, Raven-Symoné, and Pamela Adlon. The DVD was released in 2010 and is on just 1 disc. It runs for approximately 77 minutes and is one for the whole family to enjoy.