Tinker Bell is back with some new fairy friends in “Secret Of The Wings”. I was excited to have the chance to review the newest installment in the Tinker Bell movies. Always a hit with my daughter this movie will be no different, however she will get to wait until Christmas to see it *shhhh*. I sat down while the kids were at school one day to watch Secret Of The Wings which hit shelves October 23, 2012.
As always Disney has done an amazing job with the animation and detail in the movie. We watch as Tinker Bell journeys into the forbidden winter woods. Along the way we meet new friends, and learn just what it means to sacrifice, this lesson is one we can all learn from (old and young alike). I love how the importance of family is shown in the movie, which is something I am always trying to instill in my children. The movie is one I know will keep my daughters attention, as well as teach her some very important lessons. Getting to experience favorite characters and new characters, as well as join in on the journey makes “Secret of The Wings” a movie that will be timeless and enjoyed by not only my daughter, but generations to come.
A little more about the movie:
For Tinker Bell and the other warm season fairies, the Winter Woods remains a mysterious and forbidden place. “Secret of the Wings” takes audiences on an amazing journey of discovery with Tink, into this forbidden world where she discovers a magical secret that changes her life forever.
A magical fairy adventure for the whole family, “Secret of the Wings” features a spectacular voice cast including Academy Award®-Winner Anjelica Huston (TV’s ‘Smash’), Timothy Dalton (TV’s ‘Chuck’, The Living Daylights), Lucy Liu (TV’s ‘Southland’, Charlie’s Angels), Raven-Symoné (TV’s ‘That’s So Raven’), Megan Hilty (TV’s ‘Smash’), Pamela Adlon (TV’s ‘Californication’), Matt Lanter (TV’s ‘90210’), Debby Ryan (TV’s ‘Jesse’) and Mae Whitman (TV’s ‘Parenthood’), and introducing the sparkling new winter fairy, PERIWINKLE, voiced by Lucy Hale(TV’s ‘Pretty Little Liars’). A DisneyToon Studios production, the film is directed by Peggy Holmes, co-directed by Bobs Gannaway, and produced by Michael Wigert. John Lasseter serves as Executive Producer.
With Christmas right around the corner, this is a great movie to pick up as a gift or stocking stuffer. A great message, timeless characters, and amazing animation are the key ingredients to what will be fun memories for your and your kids.
Have a little fun while you watch Secret of The Wings by finding out which fairy you are (below) or head here to find some fun activities like coloring pages, games and more:
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