Tinker Bell and the Legend of NeverBeast (Plus Bonus Features)

 (3,174)7.21 h 44 min2015G
Tink and her fairy friends risk everything to rescue the NeverBeast.
Directors
Steve Loter
Starring
Ginnifer GoodwinMae WhitmanRosario Dawson
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AnimationKids
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English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Supporting actors
Lucy LiuRaven-SymonéMegan HiltyPamela AdlonDanai GuriraChloe BennetThomas LennonJeff CorwinOlivia HoltGrey GriffinKari WahlgrenAnjelica Huston
Producers
Michael Wigert
Studio
Disney Toon Studios
Rating
G (General Audience)
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Mark K. RempelReviewed in the United States on March 18, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent CGI rendering. Plot is a mix of naiveté and darkness.
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The Sixth and last of the Tinker Bell movies, I note this was released to the big screen in some other countries, but not in the USA. Copyrighted in 2014, release date is in March 2015. The previous Tinker Bell films had America Ferrara as Fawn, now it is Ginnifer Goodwin. Before Fawn hardly said a thing, now she is the star, and Tinker Bell hardly appears. I also note Fawn is the only fairy to wear boots (the others wear slippers). What is that about? Reminds me of the Black Sabbath song "Fairies Wear Boots." Also Silvermist (Lucy Liu) likes to applaud a lot and seems to be the most innocent of the fairies. A surprise is to have Rosario Dawson in the movie (as the scout Nyx) with very aggressive military habits. While the film is made for little girls, there are scenes violence and darkness that little children might find disturbing.
The rendering is very excellent, but the plot is a mix of naive and darkness. The best part is the slow development of the fairies learning that Gruff is not a threat but a defending hero of Pixie Hollow. Gruff looks like a badger with a armadillo tail, but behaves like a dog. One scene has Fawn apparently dead, but the writers use a motif from Frankenweenie to revive Fawn. On the whole, a very good film. It includes a documentary on the making the film. Has Fawn singing a song about all the animals in Tinkin' with Animals short.
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CC JulyReviewed in the United States on March 24, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
One of my Favorite Tinkerbell Movies
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This has become one of my family's favorite Tinkerbell movies! I love all the Tinkerbell movies, I'm a huge fan and so are my two daughters. While I love the character Tinkerbell, I also love the other fairies and love the movies that focus on them and tell their stories.

This movie focuses on Fawn, the animal fairy. It's a great story, somewhat sad at times. But, it tells a wonderful message. This movie of the Tinkerbell and fairy franchise introduces you to Fawn and her huge heart. Fawn's personality is very reminiscent of Tinkerbell herself, full of determination and wit. Fawn has a soft spot for all animals, even those who are considered dangerous to fairies. Fawn thinks all animals need and deserve love and help regardless of species or danger posed. She tends to get into predicaments because of this, often drawing the attention of the scout fairies and the queen.

The scout fairies are charged with protecting Pixie Hollow. The scout fairies are led by Nyx (voiced by Rosario Dawson). Nyx is the complete opposite of Fawn. She's a very practical and stern fairy who takes her job with the utmost seriousness. She will definitely make you frustrated at times.

Fawn discovers a mysterious creature that she just can't quite figure out. Of course her heart swells with love for the beast and she's determined to protect him while Nyx is focused on capturing him and ridding Pixie Hollow of this unknown creature. Danger surrounds the Neverbeast. As legend tells, whenever he shows up, Pixie Hollow is in great danger at risk for complete destruction. Evey 1000 years all of Pixie Hollow, each fairy and all they accomplish, is at great risk. Is the Neverbeast here to save Pixie Hollow and it's wonderful inhabitants? Or is the Neverbeast the one who will destroy Pixie Hollow beyond repair?

The graphics in this movie are amazing. The colors change with the mood and tone of the scenes. This is a visually amazing movie and a story with great heart. The music and soundtrack are beautiful, much different than the other movies. The songs are peaceful and and uplifting. You and your children will definitely enjoy this movie. Just make sure to get out the tissues if you're of a softer heart.

Shipping was fast, disc arrived in excellent condition. Was purchased new.
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ClaudeReviewed in the United States on January 25, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
An excellent edition.
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I bought the Italian edition, with soundtracks and subtitles in English, Italian and Arabic.
The voice actors were well chosen, with the feel of the original voices and giving good performances. Definitely up to Disney's high production standards.
The story is a little controversial. Despite the title Tinkerbell is a minor character, and some say it's a little dark for children. But it's well written and, personally, I'm glad the series expanded to tell the stories from the perspective of other fairies.
I only wish this weren't the last of the series. I'd like to see more.
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Amazon JunkieReviewed in the United States on May 29, 2015
2.0 out of 5 stars
Actually a little terrifying
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My 5-year-old son (yes, believe it or not, boys can like fairies too) and I love Tinkerbell. I have to say though that this one was actually a little scary. As in "nightmare inducing" scary. The Neverbeast is intentionally scary looking so that you can get the point of not judging based on appearances, but he actually gets even scarier looking when he really kicks into action (after you already know about his shining character). My son wound up losing it in a few places, and by "losing it" I mean he was shrieking in terror. We're big fans of talking through things and seeing them to the end (for resolution), but the end wound up being super sad. Not like Old Yeller sad but sad enough. Like I, the mom, was crying as hard as my son. So, although it was a cute story, I just thought that it was too high on the emotional scale/fear factor. (Plus, as with any Tinkerbell show/movie, they could stand to be a little more fully clothed. I'm just sayin'.)
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Neko-sanReviewed in the United States on March 3, 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
A great story about Fawn
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Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast is the latest installment in the Disney Fairies series. This time around the spotlight is on Fawn, the animal fairy. Besides the better animation, there is nothing that will win you over if you don't already like this kind of movies as the story is rather predictable. But if you are a fan of this series, you will also like this installment..

Without spoiling it too much, this is a story about Fawn ability to love and understand an animal, regardless of how terrifying it looks and against what others think of it. This movie also gets to explore a bit more about life in Pixie Hollow.

To say that the animation on this movie is better than on previous installments is an understatement. Since this film is about Fawn, her animation is way better than anything else seen on the past. However, the most dramatic change on this film seems to be on Fawn's personality, which is is more bombastic, akin Tinker Bell's personality, down to her mannerisms. This is not distracting, but it feels like she was more subdue on previous movies.

Even as the main focus of this movie is Fawn, we get to met Nyx, a scout fairy. I actually like Nyx sense of responsibility, seemingly contrasting Fawn's. This is just nitpicking for nitpicking sake, but where were the scout fairies in the first Tinker Bell movie? This is just to point out how the Disney Fairies mythos keep growing from that first movie, which is an aspect that I love of this series.

The movies on the Disney Fairies series follow a very straight forward story, with some a bit more sophistication than others. This story falls in the low side of the sophistication range. This is not to say that the story was bad, just that is was predictable. This charming story almost surprised at the inevitable end.

I was disappointed when I noticed that a rule established just two movies before was modified or bent to fit the story. When the fairies have to travel to the Winter area, they were wearing winter coats, yet they could still fly with their wings exposed. I thought that the freezing air in the Winter area would freeze fairy wings unless you were a Winter Fairy or got your wings treated by a Winter Fairy. They probably got some "special" treatment that no longer require frost magic from a Winter Fairy, but this was not addressed.

Finally, I feel this movie should have been titled "Fawn and the Legend of the NeverBeast" or at least "The Legend of the NeverBeast" instead. From the teasers, it is obvious that this movie is about Fawn, but it seems that the only reason it has TinkerBell on the title is because she would attract more buyers.

Overall, I like this movie a lot. However, with so many Disney Fairies movies in this series, it would take more to overtake the number one spot which I still hold undecided between "The Great Fairy Rescue" and "Secret of the Wings".

PS: This is the second story about one of Tinker's close friends. The first was about Rosetta in the awesome "Pixie Hollow Game" short story included with "Secret of the Wings".
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RaNeCoReviewed in the United States on March 12, 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
Yeah, Disney surprised me with this one....
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This is a good movie....for ages 10 and up. I, like many other parents, blindly trusted Disney (b/c, you know, it's Disney- fairy tales and happy endings) and let my daughter watch it before I did. When I asked her how she liked it, she shrugged and said told me it was sad. Well, for me, most Disney movies have a sad part, then a happy ending. I didn't listen and I should have. My daughter does not cry at movies, and in fact, thinks it is funny to make sure I have a box of tissues before we watch a Disney. We were both in tears by the end of the movie.

That being said, it is actually a good movie - a more serious themed movie with more mature themes and messages. It was nice to see other fairies featured. Just have a box of tissues handy and Parents, watch this one FIRST before letting your kids watch it, especially if they are younger. This movie does not have a happy ending.
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KR77Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
*SPOILER ALERT* Not for younger kids!
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So, my four year old daughter is obsessed with Tinkerbell and is always excited to see a new Tinkerbell (and her Disney Fairies friends) movie. This is one I regret letting her watch. The story idea had great promise, but the details of the story were way too mature for the target audience (4-10 year old girls). SPOILER ALERT: The NeverBeast turns into a demonic looking flying monster about 3/4 of the way through the movie, complete with green glowing eyes, Maleficent-esque black horns and creepy black bat wings. At this point there's a bunch of lightening, a huge storm, yelling and confusion on the part of the fairies and my daughter curled up in a ball on the couch, crying and holding a pillow over her head. She had nightmares for days!! Way scary...
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SnoWhiteReviewed in the United States on December 30, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Tinkbell movie yet!
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My daughters have all of the Tinkerbell movies so when we saw that a new one was out I knew we had to have it to complete our collection. My girls were begging for my husband and I to get it for them however, we played it off like they did not need it. So a couple months went by and they forgot. Christmas time came around and as they unwrapped their presents they were so excited to see that they got the movie that they wanted but forgot about lol. We watched it right after unwrapping presents and cleaning up. It was the best Tinkerbell movie yet. So funny, loving, and heart warming. My daughters and I cried a bit. I will not put any spoilers so you must watch if you want to know why we cried. Cannot wait to see what they come out with next. :)
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