Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009)

Animation, Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Mae Whitman, Jesse McCartney, Jane Horrocks, Lucy Liu
Tinker Bell journey far North of Never Land to patch things up with her friend Terence and restore a Pixie Dust Tree.
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  • G Rated:
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  • 03 Sep 2009 Released:
  • 27 Oct 2009 DVD Release:
  • N/A Box office:
  • Klay Hall, Evan Spiliotopoulos Writer:
  • Klay Hall Director:
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Another great adventure for Tinker Bell9/10
This is another great film from the world of Pixie Hollow. I've always loved Tinker Bell, and I think this film is another great addition to the adventures that she gets involved with.

This time, Autumn is coming, and Tinker Bell is chosen to create a scepter to hold a precious and fragile blue moonstone so that blue pixie dust can be created to restore the Pixie Dust Tree. But when her friend Terence creates annoyance by trying to be too helpful, she not only gets into an argument with him, but accidentally breaks the moonstone. Hoping to repair the moonstone, she goes on a quest to find a magic mirror which grants wishes.

The voice cast is great, the music is wonderful and it's just a wonderful film, even if, like the first one, it only goes for a short time. However, the return of Rob Paulsen and Jeff Bennett as Bobble and Clank provide great laughs for the film with their fireworks launcher! It's a fantastic film, and another great addition to the world of Tinker Bell.
Awesome10/10
I don't really like to post comments but I am felt really moved by this movie. My 3 year old girl has recently been asking "can we watch a movie that doesn't have a bad guy in it?". This can be done, but not without some effort. And not with the wit and pace of this movie. She loves this movie for the adventure. I love it for the message. This DVD offers a lot of discussion points for she and I to talk about how to treat your friends. I'm happy she doesn't have to feel intimidated by any "bad guy". I'm also happy I don't have to feel beat over the head by another message movie like Wall-e. I look forward to the next installment of the series. I'll buy it the day it comes out.
Nice and entertaining8/10
I don't understand the low rating (4.9) up to date. I really liked it, not to mention my 3yo daughter. I was really curious to see the sequel after TB1 was highly satisfactory for the whole family. I watched it about a couple of dozen times with the little one. Now this new DVD would experience the hard times the first one did until now... but I grabbed it to our NMT and put the media to safety. I can nothing but recommend it. Really nice animation, eye candy from the beginning to the end, nice story, nice message. Most of the characters from the first TB got just marginal appearances, on the other way others were promoted. This one was more about Tink, less about interaction between the fairies like in the first one, but imo the movie did not suffer because of that. All in all - 8/10
One word : Extraordinary10/10
Brilliant. Exceptional. Incredible. I'll run out of superlatives. Just how good can a simple story get. Hats off to Disney. Each character is so beautifully built. But more than that, the attention given to every detail is something to take a lesson from....dewdrops for spectacles, crow feather for the rudder! Wow! And of course, everybody loves Blaze!! Friendship is the message of course, but that's not all. This certainly is animation at it's zenith, Disney have done it, and that too without Pixar. Just go and watch this movie. The child in you might rejoice after a long, long time. The one in me surely did. Sweet, sweet, sweet movie, cuteness factor 100.
Unexpected Gem of a Real Movie9/10
I second what most of these reviews seem to say.

Surprisingly great movie. Watched it with my 4 year old daughter expecting another god-awful kids movie that unquestionably scars their subconscious in some way I haven't even thought of. Instead, found myself enjoying the hero quest - as much as if I were watching Visionquest with Fiorentino.

A real movie, stunningly unexpected given the lameness of its progenitor.

I am amazed this has not received more attention. It's definitely and outlier in the genre.