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Tinker Bell [DVD]

Mae Whitman , Lucy Liu , Bradley Raymond    Universal, suitable for all   DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Actors: Mae Whitman, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symoné, Anjelica Huston, Jane Horrocks
  • Directors: Bradley Raymond
  • Writers: J.M. Barrie, Jeffrey M. Howard
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Dutch, Arabic, Croatian, Slovene
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Disney
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Nov 2008
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CNU7W0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,051 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

The world’s most beloved fairy is back for a brand new adventure in Disney's Tinker Bell. Given a voice for the first time on screen, the tiny star of Disney's classic Peter Pan--Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman)--longs to work beautiful magic like her friends, but as the fairies bring Autumn to the world there are more important matters at hand. Join Tink and her friends as they embark on a quest to save Pixie Hollow in a family adventure that’s sprinkled with pixie dust. Voiced by an all-star cast, including Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels), Anjelica Huston (The Witches), Jane Horrocks (Little Voice), America Ferrera (Ugly Betty) and Raven-Symone (That's So Raven), this is the first in a planned series of Disney Fairies movies. The DVD is filled with magical extras, divided into different areas that each contain different treats.

Pixie Hollow
1) Magical Guide To Pixie Hollow
2) Tinker Trainer feature, which includes: "Flight And Seek", "Workshop Drop" and "Tinker Time"
3) Ever Wonder
4)"Fly To Your Heart" Music Video by Selena Gomez

The Mainland
1) Creating Pixie Hollow
2) View the Deleted Scenes, With optional introductions by director Bradley Raymond and producer Jeannine Roussel
3) All Deleted Scenes: "Queen Clarion's Pixie Dust"
"Fairies Venture to the Mainland"
"Becoming a Garden Fairy"
"Tinker Bell's Tinkering Talents"
"Vidia Tricks Tinker Bell"
"Fairies Express Tinker Bell's Importance"


A vibrant look at the magical world of fairies and the wonder of the changing seasons, Tinker Bell is the captivating story of one of Disney's most beloved fairies. Pixie Hollow is a land where fairies constantly create and improve upon the beauty of the four seasons and prepare to bring the changing seasons to the mainland. When Tinker Bell is born, she discovers she is destined to be a Tinker fairy; one who invents gadgets to help fairies do their jobs more efficiently, but she is disappointed with her supporting role and yearns for a more impressive job. While her fellow fairies assure her that she plays a vital role in the arrival of spring, Tinker Bell shuns her calling and attempts to become something she's not. In the end, Tinker Bell's efforts cause a disaster that threatens to delay or even cancel the coming of spring and only inspiration and a firm belief in her own strengths can lead Tinker Bell to fulfill her destiny and save spring. This CGI product ion features truly breathtaking vividness and clarity, does a great job of portraying the world of nature from a fairy's perspective, and creates a nice sense of consistency between its final frames and the opening of the original Peter Pan film. Notable voice talent includes Mae Whitman, Kristin Chenoweth, Jane Horrocks, Anjelica Huston, Jesse McCartney, and Raven-Symone. Other DVD bonus features include the interactive "Tinker Trainer" game, tour of the realms of Pixie Hollow, a look at how fairies put the wonder in the world around us, Selena Gomez's music video "Fly To Your Heart," and deleted scenes. (Ages 3 and older) --Tami Horiuchi

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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Aww! Adorableness 11 Nov 2008
By Anna
What a lovely, lovely film! It's magical, and glittery and imaginative and beautifully done. The CGI quality is very good, and the ideas are wonderful; from Silvermist fairy manually putting dew-drops on spider webs, to catching the last of the sun's rays for lighting the glow-worms, to tinkering about with a broken ballerina music box... and chubby-cheeked Cheese the mouse, who is almost unbearably cute.

The fairy dust shimmers and sparkles throughout the film and, at its core, it's a lovely story about being true to who you are. Not a theme that will impact adult viewers, perhaps, but it is an excellent message for younger children, and grown ups will be charmed by its prettiness and innocence.

Pixie Hollow is a beautifully imagined place, and with a cast comprising of luminaries such as Anjelica Huston and Jane Horrocks, this isn't low budget cynical nonsense aimed at earning a fast buck before Christmas. It's genuinely witty, heart-warming and smile-making; a film for kids, adults and anyone in between.

The only word that describes it is "darling". Tinkerbell is absolutely darling, and it is highly highly recommended.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a lovely, sparkling gem 12 Dec 2008
This was a very understated and beautiful little film about Tinkerbell's life before Peter Pan and how her life evolves with all the other fairies. Tink is on contact a clumsy but kindhearted little fairy who has no idea what her talent is, she can't work with animals, nor with water, so what on earth can she do? Well you soon find out her talent and much more in this lovely, short and delightful effort from Disney.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A surprisingly beautiful film 10 Nov 2009
As happens so often these days, I was pretty much obliged to sit through this with my daughters (aged 3 and 4). I found it to be a remarkably enjoyable and thoughtful film.

On the face of it this really shouldn't work as anything more to put the children in front of while making dinner. It's full of the things that most little girls love - fairies, flowers, and prettiness - as well as having a female-dominated cast. The males are either lovable rogues, stern patriarchs, or (in the case of Terence) look like they got lost on the way to joining Westlife. The work of the fairies consists of doing the unseen work of changing the seasons (rounding up thistles, painting the spots on ladybirds, etc.) in which every fairy has their part to play, as determined at birth.

What emerges is a film covering a broad range on themes including self-awareness and social identity, as well as the inevitability of industrialisation on any society with precarious inflexibility in productivity. It raises issues about how striving to grow beyond our natural talent can be an end in itself and often brings about the realisation that, as the ancient Greeks discovered, happiness consists of 'the exercise of vital powers along lines of excellence in a life affording scope'. The moment where Tinker Bell's quest for identity converges with her sense of duty brings tears to my eyes every time - an honour shared with only three other films.

This really is a superb piece of work, further enhanced by the amazing quality of the animation, as well as the vocal talents of Anjelica Huston, Jane Horrocks, Lucy Liu, and America Ferrera - but to name a few. It's also full of fairies and pretty things so little girls will love it regardless.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars don't tinker with this one ! 1 Feb 2009
Wasn't sure what this would be like, but I was more than 'fairyly' pleased. Great for kids, enjoyable for adults too. Disney matter who you are, you will be impressed.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Magical 19 Nov 2008
What a lovely film!! I got this for my 3 year old daughter since she is going through a 'fairy phase'. I have to admit I actually sat and watched the film the whole way through myself.
Magical and cute, with added humour... some facial expressions perhaps lost on a small child, but not on me!
Recommended must-have DVD for anyones Disney collection!
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nicely done 18 Oct 2008
I saw it today on Disney Channel i Denmark with my 7 year old daughter. She loved it, or so did I (which I'm not afraid to admit). The drawing is great and the insight to the fairy world is fantastic.

Her Danish name is Klokkeblomst which directly translates to Bellflower, but actually is a harebell. That she is called Tinker Bell because she is a Tinker, I just never appreciated before! Thanks for that insight.

Enjoy it with your young ones and be pleased that it gives yourself an excuse to watch the film!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids 28 Aug 2009
I'm sure JM Barry will be spinning in his grave. But Great Ormond St must be rubbing their hands at the prospects of the merchandising. My 4 year old is a Disneyhead. She adores Tinkerbell, has a shirt, ball, figurine, books, dress etc. I borrowed the DVD from the local library when it first came out and she loved it. Decided to wait until it got cheap (like me) before I purchased. She still loves it and will discuss the characters all day. I find it has all the worst aspects of Disney films, it's fatuous, moralistic, shallow and intensely irritating. However, it is not aimed at me, but at small children, in which case it is just about perfect, simply bright and colourful. It gets 4 stars because it makes my 4 year old so happy. I would rather see the Disney exec who came up with the idea publicly flogged.

As for the story, Tink gets born and becomes a tinker fairy (they make things; pots & pans). But she is jealous of the other fairies because they get to go to the 'real world' whereas tinker fairies don't go. So she tries to become a different type of fairy but ends up stopping Spring (which is just about to happen). She then has an epiphany and realises she has to accept who she is (Disney couldn't help themselves) and sets out to make good all the damage she has done. And, of course she overturns centuries of tradition by ending up going to the 'real world' after all. Yeah, right!!
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