Tinker Bell (2008)

Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell (2008)


Bradley Raymond


Mae Whitman

Kristin Chenoweth



Enter the land of Tinker Bell and her four best fairy friends.


Sorry for another Tinker Bell post but my movie watching time is very limited and no matter how many times I tell my daughter that The Matrix: Reloaded is a masterpiece she refuses to sit still for it.

For those of you who’ve always wondered how Tinker Bell came to be this is the movie for you. It starts out with Tinker Bell’s origin story and then goes right into what life’s like in Pixie Hollow. That’s right fairies live in Pixie Hollow, I’m sure you thought they lived in Neverland, newb.

Once she makes herself a nice tight, little miniskirt Tinker Bell is ready to tinker. Tinker is not really her name it’s a title cause that’s the profession she was called into when she was born. She’s not really thrilled with this placement and spends the movie trying to be something else.

Eventually, due to Tinker Bell coming to grips with her geeky role, she puts automation into effect in Pixie Hollow and is able to get an entire seasons worth of work done in a day. What is not discussed is all the fairies now out of jobs due to this. I’m sure one of the future movies will delve deeper into this issue.



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