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Year:
2012
Country:
USA
Genre:
Action, Fantasy, Family, Animation
IMDB rating:
5.4
Director:
Roberts Gannaway, Peggy Holmes
Pamela Adlon as Vidia (voice)
Angela Bartys as Fawn (voice)
Debby Ryan as Spike (voice)
Megan Hilty as Rosetta (voice)
Timothy Dalton as Lord Milori (voice)
Grey DeLisle as Gliss
Lucy Hale as Periwinkle (voice)
Jane Horrocks as Fairy Mary (voice)
Mae Whitman as Tinker Bell (voice)
Raven-Symoné as Iridessa (voice)
Matt Lanter as Sled (voice)
Jesse McCartney as Terence (voice)
Jeff Bennett as Clank (voice)
Anjelica Huston as Queen Clarion (voice)
Storyline: Tinker Bell meets Periwinkle and ventures into the winter woods with her and Tinker Bell's other friends to find the secret of fairy wings.
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Reviews
Charming with beautiful visuals
I did enjoy the previous Tinkerbell films, so I watched Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings knowing what to expect and hoping it would be as good as the others. And it was. From an adult standpoint, maybe the story is a touch too simplistic and some of the dialogue cheesy(and I have to admit I did find them so at times). This said, the story is also cute and charming with a well-intentioned message, and the main target audience I doubt are going to care too much about what the dialogue is like. Moving on to the many positives about Secret of the Wings, I'll start with the animation, which is really beautiful, full of colour and sparkle. I'd go as far to say that of the Tinkerbell movies, and all of them are well-animated in my opinion, Secret of the Wings is the loveliest from a visual standpoint. The soundtrack is sweet, breezy and unobtrusive, which suits the tone of the story very well. The characters are still likable and engaging, also ones that anybody in the right mindset will relate to. And that is instead of going around saying that it's for "little girls", an irritating stereotype that helps to give the Tinkerbell movies and others movies an undeservedly, I feel, bad rap. They are also very well voiced, Timothy Dalton and Anjelica Huston(the latter being one of my favourite actresses) both do great jobs and gives older audiences to the main target audience at least one reason to watch without prejudice. Overall, a charming and beautifully animated. 8/10 Bethany Cox
2013-01-18
She's "tinkering" around again!!!
Secret Of The Wings continues the story of the Tinkerbell series, with voice overs provided by Lucy Lui and Timothy Dalton. The story concentrates strongly on Tinkerbell's curiosity of what is on the other side of Never Never Land, which is where the warm fairies are forbidden to go. Sure makes sense, because it's pretty frosty on the other side, it's a wonder why Tinkerbell even wants to go there. She steps on the other side just for a few seconds, and her wings begin to sparkle. She wants to know why, and her quest takes her on a journey to the other side, where she is forbidden to go. (Can't tell this fairy no, but you can sure try!). Answers are quickly answered, and she discovers much more then she imagined possible. The computer animation dazzles you with some great effects and powerful imagery, where the other three Tinkerbell movies failed. Although the story line suffers a bit, it's quite a trade off to see something of Tinkerbell that you've never seen before. Great family movie and fun for all.
2012-12-14
Tinkering Tales
Innocent and endearing Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) returns with another tale from the magical realms of faeries. Summer fairies and winter fairies don't mix, as nature has planned each of their roles with forethought. The wings of one will freeze in the cold, while the others whittle away in the heat. Thus both lands are separated with fairies in both quarters bringing harmony across the divide. Nonetheless Tinker Bell was never one to avoid adventure and enchanted by the snowy bliss of winter decides to cross to the forbidden other side, where see encounters her white-haired twin Perriwinkle (Lucy Hale). These events counter the rules of both faerie clans, placing them in conflict with Lord Milori (Timothy Dalton) of the Winter Faeries and Queen Clarion (Anjelica Huston) of the Summer Faeries.

Full of sparkle and some charming characters, Tinker Bell's adventures in Never Never Land are just what they must be: an engrossing experience of wonder for youthful eyes, devoid of unnecessary brutality or subtextual messages for adults (well... not entirely... but almost). Thus a movie focused directly towards its target audience, but with enough sweet allure to at least keep parents in focus. Nonetheless Disney fails to avoid worrying trends to 'barbiefy' the faeries into slender voluptuous dolls. Never a Disney classic, but solidly entertaining with some dazzling Indian made animation (apparently a stark improvement on previous Tinker Bell movies) and enchanting enough to satisfy youth, while not dissuading adults.
2013-01-18
Visually stunning
As you'd expect with a Disney movie, this really delivers on beautiful, crisp visuals. The focus on the seasons made for some wonderful scenes with winter and spring landscapes.

The plot is straightforward and moves along at a good pace, making it very watchable for its target audience, young children. There's not much here for adults but that's OK!

An obvious criticism is that this movies plays very much on the "girls as pretty princesses" stereotype. The male characters are the one's in charge of technology and knowledge, which is too stereotypical and a bit of a disappointment.

On the other hand, it's good to see female characters in lead "action" roles. Tinkerbell and Periwinkle aren't exactly deep or complex characters but they are still engaging and make it a magical film for young children.
2013-01-25
Favorite Tinker Bell movie... Beautiful!
Our family enjoys the Tinker Bell series - I think they are the most beautifully animated movies ever - visually stunning! The plots typically do not grab me that much, but I'll watch them with my girls for the visual "eye candy" of the scenery and setting - the sparkles, the nature, the beautiful animation.

Secret of the Wings may have been the prettiest one yet!

The story held many surprises for us (we had not watched trailers or read about it, so we went in blind other than having watched the previous 3). The story was funny, warm, adventurous and my personal favorite in the collection. Meeting Tinker Bell's sister, Periwinkle, and watching them bond was fantastic. The Keeper was a very lovable "grandpa" sort of character that added to the show and we enjoyed the back story for Queen Clarion.

It is extremely unusual that we enjoy any sequel (x4) as much as the first, but this one surpassed the first by a mile!!! Beautiful!

To be clear - when I rate a child's movie, I am comparing it to other animated movies / rated G - not ALL movies of ALL time. Thus, my score may seem too high to some if they think I'm comparing it to Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, and the like. I am comparing it more to other animated features for children.
2012-10-13
Loved it
I took my three year old to see this movie over the weekend and it was a massive hit!!

She is tinker bell obsessed, we have the other three at home and when I saw that there was a new one at the movies was right in there.

The story is just beautiful. If you have a little girl who is fairy mad then this movie is a must! Waiting for it come out on DVD now as little miss hasn't stopped talking about it :)

100% 10 out of 10 good movie for the big kid adult as well. a few jokes in there that got the parents laughing and the kids were like huh.

all round, great movie for your little princess
2012-10-09
Cute and Beautifully Animated, But One Big Slip.
I liked this movie a lot, it was cute, beautiful, and sweet. However, I couldn't enjoy the movie as much as I would've because of a big slip in a plot line: In the first movie, a snowflake talent fairy greets Tinkerbell with a snowflake, if that were to have been her talent. The pixie dust tree is a "warm" meadow, however, but the snowflake fairy was fine there. Also, Clank and Bobble show Tinkerbell around, and going through the winter woods, they had no problem. What happened to the minister of winter? Because I don't remember a "Lord Miliori" anywhere in that picture. The movie was good, just doesn't follow the other movies.
2012-12-05
"Secret of the Wings" takes Tinker Bell into the depths of the Winter world just in time for Christmas
Disney continues its "Fairies" franchise with the latest entry in the series, "Secret of the Wings." This marks the fourth movie and there doesn't look to be an end in sight with next year's addition already scheduled. Timing couldn't be better to release the newest sequel since it takes place in the land of Winter and would make the perfect gift for Christmas for any little girl.

A curious Tinker Bell ignores the rules of warm fairies and ventures into the forbidden world of winter. Her dangerous excursion leads her to uncover a mysterious secret and almost break a wing . A bizarre glow overcomes her wings during the quick visit, which drives Tinker Bell to return and delve deeper into the winter woods in search of the Keeper of all fairy knowledge.

"Secret of the Wings" looks fabulous. Its CG animation is clean and picture perfect. A greater amount of visual depth can be felt when watching the 3D version of the film. However, the 2D version is stunning as well. The color schemes are beautiful no matter if the screen is filled with striking whites or darker tones.
2012-11-01
Tink gets a winter surprise
I bought the Blu-Ray of "The Secret of the Wings" after having seen badly ripped tidbits of it. The tiny bits that I saw (in a rather crappy quality) made me wonder about the rest of the movie, and I decided to just buy the movie.

Now, I have to admit that Disney's fairies are kind of a guilty pleasure for this grown-up geek. I know they are, basically, meant for kids, however, there are enough little jokes and visual gags that go over the heads of little ones, to entertain grown-ups too.

Aside from the gags and little in-jokes, the high quality blu-ray visuals are absolutely stunning, even in 2d. The color palette is gorgeous, atmospheric and translates very well to a smaller screen. The animation is very good. Some mo capping seems to have been used, but not consistently. Frankly that's a bit of a shame. Kids won't notice, but this art-school drop-out noticed that the upper-torso movements, the little twitches that every human has, were captured in sheer perfection, and show the craft of the Disney animators. However, walking animations, and animal animations were not very convincing and pulled me a bit out of the "immersion" The snow-owls were adequate, but the lynx was absolutely not.. Nit-picking, I know.

And while I am at it, the "songs" were an uninspired atrocity, belted-out by some talentless, soulless...person.. Brrrr. The rest of the music was good, with nice little touches of classical pieces. Listen f.i. careful to the theme played when Tinkerbell and her sister, Periwinkle "dance" around each other for the first time.

The story on its own was a nice adventure bit, with some really funny characters that were brought to joyful life by an excellent combo of very talented voice-actors (and some big names at that..) and the Disney animators that, as already stated, absolutely know their craft.

All in all movies like this show that CGI doesn't have to be lifeless shiny stuff, and prove that in the hands of people that know what they are doing, can be just as charming (and tugging at your heart-strings) as drawn animation.

On a side-note: What struck me, was an underlying message that girls can do technical stuff too. Tinkerbell designs, and builds a snow-maker with the help of the other girls. The boys just deliver the parts. Tinkerbell..well.. She "tinkers" and is still, undoubtedly a girl. That's an on-going theme in the Disney-fairy movies and shorts. I think it is a really good, empowering thing for girls to be told:"yes, you can/may build technical gizmo's. It's not just a boy-thing, or a weird geek-thing".
2014-12-31
Kids will love it......
This movie is not as good as other tinker bell movies. But still i love this movie. Specially the climax,where it shows the original bonding of two sisters. The kiss shared between queen and lord milori was a nice shot. The whole new side of the fairy land. All new peoples. All new fun and all new works, makes this movie very special.

Children in my home are big fan of tinker bell.

Animation is really good. I conclude a message from the movie is ,love cannot be kept apart,whether it is the love of sisters. Tinker bell has a sister Periwinkle....wow...

I have seen the tinker bell series and i love the first part very much.

This movie deserves a watch and 9 stars.
2012-10-14
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