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Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast

Thank you Disney for sending us a copy of the movie to review!

Even though Tinkerbell is in the title of this movie, she isn't the main character.  She does make a few appearances though.  Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast focuses on a fairy named Fawn, an animal fairy who specializes in  the wildlife surrounding Pixie Hollow.  Because of her love for animals, Fawn often gets reprimanded for bringing potentially dangerous strays into the fairy village.

After a recent scolding from the queen fairy, Fawn stumbles onto a unique creature that she has never seen before.  Vowing to think with her head and not her heart this time, she studies this unusual animal that likes to make rock towers.  She wins its trust when she helps remove a thorn from its foot and a friendship between them is born.      

While Fawn fully trusts this unusual creature, the guardian fairies wish to send it away because of a legend about its involvement in a deadly storm that is starting to brew.  Is this creature the source of the problem or the solution?  Can the fairies come to an agreement and work together?  You'll have to watch the movie to find out since I don't want to spoil it for you.

My husband, daughters, and I enjoyed this G rated 76 minute long film.  Keep some tissues handy for the ending as our eyes were all watering towards the end.   Amazon sells the Blu-ray/DVD combo for $23 and for that price, I recommend adding it to your movie library.


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Guest - trtlator on Saturday, 18 April 2015 12:15

My kids cant get enough of this movie and I appreciate that it is fairy centric not Tinkerbell. I have always compared the movies with the peter pan time line and this one I don't desire too. It is its own story and does not matter when in time it happens. Gruff is a kind lovable protector but is shunned because of his outward appearance and ancient folk lore. This reminds us that the gossip isnt always true and to give everyone a chance. 8/10 for me.

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My kids cant get enough of this movie and I appreciate that it is fairy centric not Tinkerbell. I have always compared the movies with the peter pan time line and this one I don't desire too. It is its own story and does not matter when in time it happens. Gruff is a kind lovable protector but is shunned because of his outward appearance and ancient folk lore. This reminds us that the gossip isnt always true and to give everyone a chance. 8/10 for me.

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