Tinker Bell

Movie review by Anne Louise Bannon, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 4+

Sweet, simple story is best for young Tink fans.

G 2008 78 minutes

Parents say

age 3+

Based on 41 reviews

Kids say

age 4+

Based on 16 reviews

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age 3+

Age appropriate good for younger ones.

As a primary school teacher I am not a Disney fan for young children for many reasons. Yet I am now a tinker bell fan. Positives: Good message about friendship and being proud of your talents and skills. I like the gender neutral association that tinkerbell fixes things and builds and invents. I like that their are a variety of faires from different ethnicities. Nothing overally scary or inappropriate ( and I have a very sensitive 3 year old). My little girl cried when tinkerbell ruined spring but that just showed empathy to the character and that she understood the story line. Negatives: Typical Disney, there is one overweight fairy. Everyone is beautiful with unrealistic figures eyes and very skimpy costumes. But that's just Disney. The hawk could be scary for some under 4s. However it's no scarier than the owl in Peter rabbits animated series. And I just natated through it... Oh look out tinker Bell etc

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age 4+

Delightful film with a good message

My daughter thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It kept her interest. Nothing too scary. She had some laughs. And she got the overall message of being proud of your talents rather than wishing to be something else.

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