I am so excited that I am the writer who was able to review the newest movie in the family of Tinkerbell titles. Disney’s Secret of the Wings will not disappoint the Tink fan in your house! The Four Disc Combo Pack comes in Blu Ray, DVD Feature Film, Digital Copy, and 3D Blu Ray. With all those in one convenient combo pack, all your watching options are covered!
We all know Tinkerbell is the mischieveous fairy who can’t resist adventure. In the Secret of the Wings, she is no different! She desperately wants a sneak peek into the winter woods-the area forbidden to “warm fairies” such as Tinkerbell. During her visit, a beautiful, yet strange glow, comes over her wings and she’s determined to find out where that strange glow is coming from. But….to do so, she has to visit the Keeper, who happens to live smack in the middle of the winter woods.
One of my favorite things about this film is the new characters that Disney introduces us to. We have Tinkerbell and the other favorites, but also Periwinkle, Dewey, Lord Milori, and others from the winter woods. And, there aren’t any villians! It’s sort of nice to watch a movie and not see any bad guys. Sure, there is conflict, and Tinkerbell ends up sacrificing for the good of others, but she also shows how you can overcome your troubles with a little bit of help from others.
Adults and children alike will enjoy this movie, along with the special features and a 22 minute adventure into the Pixie Hollow games. If you’re looking for a feel good, “sisterhood” movie to snuggle up with over the winter and holidays, this is the one. Stocking stuffer? Maybe an added gift with that Tinkerbell dress up costume you have for your little one? Regardless, anyone who receives this movie and watches it is getting an awesome gift!
Carrie writes here on Chip and Co and also on My Favorite Finds. There you can find the best organization,recipes, Disney travel tips, and crafts. Stop by and check out all of her great ways to find the joy in the everyday!
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