Director: Steve Loter
Starring: Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu, Mae Whitmore, Rosario Dawson, Thomas Lennon, Raven-Symoné
Running Time: 76 mins
Release date: 12th December 2014
It’s hard to try and find time to catch every film that is released in this country and so I have to rely on some help. Mainly in the form of Ms. Holly Smith. Once again she has excelled herself with a perfect review of the Tinkerbell film. So, in her own words, is her thoughts on that movie. Thank you, Holly.
Ok… It’s time for the next Tinkerbell movie. Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.
This story is once again set in Pixie Hollow. Fans of Tinkerbell will not be disappointed, all of the usual characters are in the film. There are new adventurous fairies called ‘Scouts’, the Scouts job is to keep Pixie Hollow safe by taking dangerous creatures out of the area. The leader of the Scouts is called Nyx. She is bossy and takes her job very seriously.
Fawn is the main character in this film, Fawn is an animal fairy and she takes care of animals (even big ones).
There are strange, distant howls that are heard in Pixie Hollow, Fawn goes to investigate. She finds an enormous creature (the Neverbeast). She wants to take the creature to Pixie Hollow but is worried about what the Scouts will do. Fawn tries everything she can to make friends with the Neverbeast including making up games to enjoy together, she names him Gruff.
Nyx finds a picture, it shows the beast making towers in each of the corners of Pixie Hollow, it shows their home being destroyed by an even scarier Neverbeast. Nyx is determined to stop the storm, Fawn doesn’t think that the Neverbeast is a monster.
This movie was exciting and emotional. Tinkerbell fans will enjoy it.
Holly Smith (age 7)