Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure Parent Guide
Parent Movie Review
Tinker Bell may have been introduced as a sidekick in Disney’s Peter Pan, but the little green fairy is well on her way to being a star in her own right. Telling the story of her life before she met the boy who never wanted to grow up, this direct-to-home-video animation is the second in a potential series, and the sequel to the 2008 movie Tinker Bell.
In The Lost Treasure, Tinker Bell (voice of Mae Whitman) is busily engineering clever inventions to make life easier and more efficient in her home of Pixie Hollow, when Queen Clarion (Anjelica Huston) summons her. A little nervous at first (because she has a tendency to be clumsy when gracefulness is required and a bit cavalier about rules), she is surprised to learn she has been chosen for a special assignment.
Each year, a new scepter is made to hold a precious moonstone, which plays a valuable part in the Fairies’ autumn celebration and restoring the Kingdom’s much needed source of power: pixie dust. This time, the very important honor and responsibility of making it has been bestowed upon her.
Anxious to do a wonderful job, Tinker Bell wastes no time setting about the task. Her chum Terrance (voice of Jesse McCartney) is very excited for her, and offers his help. But as the stress of the delicate operation increases and the time to finish the project decreases, the relationship between the two pals becomes strained to the breaking point. When a misunderstanding results in a tragic incident, Tinker Bell’s temper snaps!
Now, because she has alienated her best allies, she is left to her own devices to remedy the situation. Having heard about a legendary lost treasure that can grant a wish to whomever locates it, the little fairy sets out to find this magical solution to her problem.
Her quest will bring new challenges and dangers (which may cause some mild alarm for very young viewers). However, the adventure also introduces her to new friends and alternative ways of looking at the circumstances that have led to her lonely and desperate journey.
And it is here where the true treasure is found. Sharing lessons about friendship, forgiveness, personal accountability and the power that can come from working together rather than alone, this beautifully crafted Disney tale is a gem for the whole family.Starring Mae Whitman, Jesse McCartney, Anjelica Huston. Running time: 80 minutes. Updated November 2, 2009
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
Rating & Content Info
Why is Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure rated G? Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure is rated G by the MPAA
In the magical world of Pixie Hollow where the fairies work together to change the worlds seasons, occasional accidents and mishaps occur that result in some slapstick humor. Angry outbursts turn into hurt feelings, and some property is broken and damaged. Verbal teasing and name-calling are heard. Characters experience moments of peril, including being stranded in an unknown environment, chased by rats and frightened by some scary images.
Page last updated November 2, 2009
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure Parents' Guide
When things do not work the way Tinker Bell wants them to, whom does she blame? Why does she do that? What things help the fairy take responsibility for her mistakes?
Tinker Bell accuses Terrance of not being a true friend when he won’t break the rules to help her. Is this fair? What are the real measures of true friendship?
The most recent home video release of Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure movie is October 27, 2009. Here are some details…
Release Date: 27 October 2009
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure was developed for the home video market. The feature length movie releases on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as in a combo DVD and Blu-ray package.
All of these versions include the following bonus materials:
- A Magical Guide to Pixie Hollow (tour of the world in which the movie is set).
- Pixie Hollow Comes to the World (how Epcot Center was transformed into Pixie Hollow).
- Scenes You Never Saw (Gag reel).
- Deleted Scenes.
- Music Video: The Gift of Love sung by Demi Lovato.
Related home video titles:
This little green fairy makes appearances in Disneys Peter Pan, Return to Never Land, Tinker Bell and the live action films Hook and Peter Pan.