Disney’s Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast
Review copy received
Photo courtesy of Disney
Tinkerbell is back, and better than ever with the new movie “Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.” The heartwarming and magical movie is now available on Blu-ray and DVD combo pack for families to add to their home movie collections. We have many fairy and Tinkerbell movies in our home movie collection, but this film is especially a favorite to my children. It is not only a film that my daughter enjoys watching but also my young boys. It is a film that everyone in the family will enjoy watching together during a family movie night.
The movie is filled with lot of action and adventure as Tinkerbell and her friend Fawn attempt to capture the mysterious beast. Will they capture the beast? Was the beast really a threat to Pixie Hollow? You’ll have to watch the movie with your kids to find out.
The DVD and Blu-ray combo packages comes loaded with great bonus features including:
- 5 essential ingredients to getting Gruff
- My Dad’s Movie: The True Story of the NeverBeast
- Jeff Corwin’s Guide to Real-World NeverBeasts
- Deleted Scenes
- Much..much more!
The movie can be taken on the go with the included Disney Movies Anywhere app. Your kids can watch the movie again, and again on the television, tablet, computer or smartphone virtually anywhere. The movie is rated G.
Wondering what the kids think of the movie? Here is our tween review of the film:
I just finished watching Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast. The movie is by far the best Tinkerbell movie yet! If you are a Tinkerbell lover, this movie is perfect for you! Even if you don’t like Tinkerbell, this is a great movie. It teaches little kids and adults how to love and care for everyone no matter what they do.
Tinkerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast is about a fairy named Fawn, who always brings dangerous animals into their homes. The first one she brought was a hawk that eat fairies. She tried to pep-talk herself into not being so open to dangerous animals, but knowing Fawn she will never let that happen. Once a comet flew by one night and awakened a strange creature.
Fawn was the only one not frightened by the roaring of this strange creature. She went deep into the forest looking for this creature and found him. The creature was big and scary but soon learned to love Fawn.
I recommend this film for all ages 1 to 101. Tinkerbell might not be in this movie too much, but you will still see this movie as one of Tinkerbells. This movie is out on DVD right now. What are you doing still reading this? Get out there and find your nearest movie store.
Explore the film further with your children by downloading the complimentary activity pack. After watching the movie, your children can do activities, coloring sheets and there are even a couple of recipes for mom and dad to make for the kids.
More from The OC Mom Blog....