Preview:Tinkerbell and The Lost Treasure
It’s a perfectly entertaining movie that will delight children aged 3 and up as well as satisfy most parents.entertainment Updated: Dec 03, 2009 17:59 IST
Director: Klay Hall
Cast (voice): Kristin Chenoweth, Lucy Liu, Jesse McCartney, Mae Whitman
Synopsis: Tinkerbell is back. Pixie Hollow is all abuzz with preparations for autumn and Tinkerbell is hard at work on her latest invention when she is unexpectedly summoned by Queen Clarion and the Minister of autumn — Tinkerbell has been recommended her for the important job of creating a one-of-a-kind scepter that will focus the light of an unusual blue harvest moon through a rare moonstone in order to replenish the pixie dust tree’s supply of pixie dust. But as the days fly rapidly by, pressure begins to build and Tinkerbell becomes annoyed by her dust-keeper friend Terrence’s constant attention. Sending Terrence away on an errand seems like a good idea, but what he brings back inadvertently causes the almost finished scepter. Tinkerbell lashes out at Terrence and then departs alone on a desperate quest to fix the moonstone. What Tinkerbell learns on her journey is that she must take responsibility for her own actions and that the power and value of true friendship is much greater than she’d ever imagined. Like the first Tinkerbell, the colors and clarity of animation are simply breathtaking in this production. It’s a perfectly entertaining movie that will delight children aged 3 and up as well as satisfy most parents.