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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Review: Tinker Bell Secret of the Wings

Spell it with me now... Tinker... Bell... Tinker Bell... not Tinkerbell, lol. Okay, now that I've gotten that out of the way (I seem to never be able to remember it myself) let's move on!

My daughter is in love with Tinker Bell. Her first Halloween, she chose to dress up as Tinker Bell. Last year she opted to go as one of Tinker Bell's friends (whichever wears purple- you got me.) And just in time, once again, Disney has released Secret of the Wings, an all new adventure that unlocks an amazing secret about Tinker Bell that will change her life forever. (Is it just a coincidence they coincide it with Halloween? Hmmmm...)

"The Tinker fairies are gearing up for a new season. Ever the inquisitive fairy, Tinker Bell can't resist a quick peek at the world of winter, even though there are strict rules against warm fairies crossing the border into the winter woods. What Tinker Bell doesn't know is just how dangerous that crossing is for a warm fairy. Her quick visit almost costs her a broken wing, for which there is no known cure. Tinker Bell's fascination with the strange glow that came over her wings during her winter visit causes her to plot a visit to the Keeper of all fairy knowledge for answers--never mind that he just happens to live right in the middle of the winter woods. What she discovers on her quest will change everything for Tinker Bell, not to mention threaten the entire fairy world and be an unexpected source of new wisdom for the Keeper, Queen Clarion, and the fairies on both sides of the border. As in Disney's other Tinker Bell adventures, the animated world of Secret of the Wings is absolutely gorgeous, whether you're watching it in 3-D or not, and Tinker Bell's quirky mix of curiosity, innocence, and headstrong stubbornness is always entertaining. Lucy Hale, Timothy Dalton, Matt Lanter, and Debby Ryan join the star-studded voice cast as new winter fairies Periwinkle, Lord Milori, Sled, and Spike."

And of course you know my opinion on this movie, but I'll remind those that might not know- if it makes my kids happy, it makes me happy! And my daughter LOVE LOVE LOVES Tinker Bell. My son is not so thrilled and almost 5. But, I've watched it with my daughter and it is definitely fun! I'd like to think men would watch it with their daughters as well, but I won't give them that much credit.

Family Time Factor: Can be enjoyed by all, but more likely girls who aren't bitter about life yet, lol.

MOTR Grade: A

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings is now available on Blu ray, Blu ray 3D and DVD!!!


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