Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings

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Poor Tinker Bell – the mean old animators at Disney have given her a personality lobotomy. That, or Diazepam. In ‘Peter Pan’ JM Barrie wrote her as a sneaky, misbehaving little madam. Disney have turned her into a sugar-and-spice goody-goody with a serious Beyoncé butt – honestly, she looks like a lap dancer. The fourth film in the Tinker Bell series, ‘Secret of the Wings’ finds Tink tiptoeing through tulips into the frost fairies’ Winter Woods, where she finds her long-lost sister.There are some sweet moments: a lovely scene as the animals hop over from the Autumn Woods to hibernate in the Winter Woods. But its bland, girly niceness will leave you feeling like you’ve just scoffed all the advent calendar chocs before breakfast on December 1. The silver lining for parents? It’s a snappy 75 minutes.

Release details

Rated: U
Release date: Friday December 14 2012
Duration: 75 mins

Cast and crew

Director: Roberts Gannaway, Peggy Holmes
Cast: Timothy Dalton
Lucy Hale
Megan Hilty
Anjelica Huston

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Denise

I totally agree with Sharon's comment my 8 year old daughter and I really enjoyed the film and will be buying it when it comes out on dvd. If your a Tinkerbell fan def. go and see this film its a must.

Denise

I totally agree with Sharon's comment my 8 year old daughter and I really enjoyed the film and will be buying it when it comes out on dvd. If your a Tinkerbell fan def. go and see this film its a must.

sharon

I'm really surprised at the low rating given by Time Out for this film, I mean it's a kids film, it's meant to make you feel sick from the sweetness of it - that's the point! I thought it was a lovely film, just as endearing as the other Tinkerbell movies, and myself, and two children aged 6 and 7 really enjoyed it. I will be buying the DVD when it comes out. Go and enjoy feeling sick!

sharon

I'm really surprised at the low rating given by Time Out for this film, I mean it's a kids film, it's meant to make you feel sick from the sweetness of it - that's the point! I thought it was a lovely film, just as endearing as the other Tinkerbell movies, and myself, and two children aged 6 and 7 really enjoyed it. I will be buying the DVD when it comes out. Go and enjoy feeling sick!