Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
direct to DVD animated film from Disney arrives with Tinker Bell and the
Great Fairy Rescue and revolves around one their cutest and most
appealing franchises to girls, Tinker Bell! Starring Mae Whitman,
Michael Sheen and Pamela Adlon, these actors really get into their
characters and bring them to life which makes the story so appealing.
Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) and
her friends who must rescue fairy Vidia (Pamela
Adlon) from the nefarious clutches of Dr. Griffiths who was attempting
to catch Tinker Bell in order to divulge their secret to the world that
fairies actually exist.
Joining together and forming some uneasy yet
amusing alliances, Tinker Bell risks herself in order to free her
friendly nemesis Vidia as they go on a whirl wind journey that features
action, humour and a rather cliché less story which is quite surprising
from this genre.
There are some great scenes in this story, especially
the relationship between Tinker Bell and Lizzy with Tinker posing as a
somewhat mentor to her in order to help her grow. Best of all, the
story can be watched by children of all ages and there are not too many frights
along the away, although maybe a few little scares but nothing too
frightening. All in all, a fun and memorable story.
in 16:9 widescreen, the animation looks amazing on a FULL HD TV with
vibrant colours, extremely well animated characters and some beautiful
environments that have been created for this film. Even though it
doesn’t have the budget of movie releases, the creators should be
commended in not cutting any corners and releasing a well made animated
film. The audio supports Dolby Digital 5.1 and boasts crystal clear audio, a
great soundtrack and good use of surround sound, especially a few of the
special features, there is an interesting featurette by the director and
producer as they inform the viewers of a variety of deleted scenes which
were cut from the final film. This is an interesting insight into the
movie making industry and is definitely quite a light hearted feature.
Add a variety of games, a music video “How to Believe” and lastly a
featurette to tug on your emotions about Tinker Bell and these nicely
compliment the film.
daughter loves Tinker Bell or you’re looking for something to keep them
occupied over the holidays, you should definitely investigate Tinker
Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue! It’s a fun film from start to finish and
interesting that Peter Pan’s sidekick has become more popular than the