Tinker Bell & The Great Fairy Rescue (G)
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When I told me 5 year old daughter that we'd been invited to go along to the preview of the new Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue this week, she was incredibly excited! Being the typical little girl, she's very into fairies, flowers, gardens and all things pretty at the moment, so it couldn't have come at a better time.
Other then the occasional munch on popcorn and a request for a lollypop, my daughter was absolutely enthralled the whole time. She was thoroughly entertained as especially liked the addition of a little girl in the movie. I myself didn't find it quite as entertaining as the first Tinkerbell, but it was still a fantastic watch and I'd most definitely watch it again with my daughter although I do think that a few bits and pieces in the storyline may be a little hard to understand if you haven't watched the original Tinkerbell movie.
All in all, the graphics were fab, is was a good storyline (although a little predictable!), and a great watch for my 5 year old. I'd absolutely recommend this movie to anyone with little girls in particular. You can't really go wrong with a movie about fairies!
I was lucky enough to get to go and see Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue earlier this week. We were at the cinema recently, and my son (4) had shown interest in the preview that was shown. While I was surprised that he was interested in going I was certainly happy to watch it with him (although it probably helped that we were going with his girlfriend!).
I found the movie enjoyable, although I felt that it lacked a lot of the adult humour that most kid movies contain. I am pretty sure I only laughed twice, but having said that, my son didn't move from his chair for the length of the movie, and when it was over he gave it a big thumbs up! The movie was rather predictable, but had enough chaos and challenges in it to keep my son entertained.
There were quite a few moments of slapstick type comedy, heaps of banter between the fairy characters, and overall a good family moral within the movie plotline. While its definitely a movie that is marketed towards girls, I'm sure that both my boys would sit and watch it again.
We were lucky enough to be invited to the Preview of the latest Tinkerbelle movie. As ever with Disney Movies, it was sensational animation and the story line kept the kids enthralled from start to finish. No fidgetting, nobody needed to go to the toilet or asked for more food or snacks - which is worth the ticket price in itself!
The story line was good, touching in parts, funny in others. We all loved it.
Would definitely recommend for the little princesses in your life!