Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings


Two worlds. One magical secret.

Disney's fourth CG-animated Tinker Bell movie, following Tink (based on the character from J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan books) and her fairy friends who live in the wee land of Pixie Hollow.... More

When her wings begin to glow, Tinker Bell breaks the rules and secretly journeys into the Winter Woods. There, she hopes to find The Keeper, the mysterious author of fairy lore who may know the secret of the wings. This leads her to a discovery: her long-lost sister Periwinkle. The voice cast includes Anjelica Huston as Queen Clarion, Mae Whitman as Tinker, and Timothy Dalton as Lord Milori.Hide

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I don’t often connect with my inner five-year-old girl (though she freakin’ loved Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D), so I can’t claim to be an educated devotee to this modern Tinker Bell franchise. Disney knows how to cater to their young female demographic, and sure enough, it only takes five minutes before you’re introduced to the most adorable bunny rabbit you will ever see.... More

Everything is played fairly low-key, from the scale of the story to the this-is-clearly-not-Pixar quality animation. But the film wisely compliments its limitations instead of trying to go beyond them: the adventure doesn’t finger-wag with tired life lessons or deep themes, the jokes are simple but avoid stupidity, the world is small but buzzes with a colourful vibrancy that would hold anyone’s attention.

The addition of the winter world opens the creative palette up for a number of vivid side characters, from Tinker Bell’s snowy doppelganger Periwinkle to the dominant Lord Milori voiced by Timothy Dalton (not kidding). There’s an easy likeability to the new fairy designs, though Tink’s group of fairy BFFs lack distinction in comparison. Still, I was grateful not to have seen Sassy Ghetto Fairy or Bieber Bell in the mix.

I applaud Secret of the Wings for being more than an average straight-to-video film, though it doesn’t quite justify a cinematic release. It’s an inoffensive light fantasy adventure that will serve your daughter well, just not anyone else.Hide

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When I watched tinkerbell and the secret of the wings I thought it was a great movie it didn't follow the usual story plot and it took me almost 2 years to fully come to terms with it I finaly realised that the reason I liked so much was because it reflects the science of enjoyment in your life and what it could go to. Just the song "the Great Divide" just makes you feel a little bit better about your self, i know because I may not be a girl ( witch is the intended audience ) I i enjoyed it... More more than my 12 year old sister and it open up a part of me that I never thought excised and this is reflected in the amount of money the pulled In they made more money than the other tinkerbell movies.The one thing that I don't like is that in the next movie they hardly use periwinkle and the winter fairy I think including the winter side of pixie hollow a fair bit more would have made the pirate fairy more popular and if they make another movie after Ledgend of the never beast it should include periwinkle and her friends a lot moreHide

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