Disney’s Secret of the Wings review

Written by Michelle Hassenstab. Posted in Movies, Reviews

Published on December 04, 2012 with No Comments

Secret of the Wings is another enchanting tale of the curious and adventurous tinker fairy named, Tinker Bell. This fourth edition of the Tinker Bell movies takes you into the magical world of Pixie Hollow, where the fairies are forbidden to cross over the border into the Winter Woods. Well, not for Tinker Bell as she is determined to find out why fairies can’t cross over and along the way she finds a delightful secret.

I thought the animated graphics were wonderful and I love how in the first scene the animal’s coats changed as they cross over from fall to winter. The colors were so beautiful with bright blues, whites, and silvers that seemed to blend so well in the winter scenes that it reminded me a winter painting.

The story line was terrific and well written.  The cast who did the voice overs did another amazing job bringing the characters to life.  There was one catchy song that I couldn’t stop singing called the “The Great Divide” by the McClain sisters.

I saw one different thing in this movie from the first one, where it shows a Winter Lord instead of a Winter Queen.  Overall this movie gives a good message of the joy of taking adventures, making new friends, helping old friends, and never giving up on what you believe in.

I love all the other Tinker Bell movies, but this was the best one yet. I really enjoy watching.




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About Michelle Hassenstab

Michelle Hassenstab

I grew up in Moorhead, MN and still reside there for now. I am a mother of a very active little girl named Jeta. I started writing when I was eleven years old and it has been my passion ever since. I went to the Institute of Children's Literature, where I got my diploma in english, grammar, and writing children stories. I love writing stories, poems, articles, and reviews. In my free time I like going to movies, traveling, and reading classic literature. Feel free to make your comments at michellehassenstab@gmail.com and you follow me on twitter @SchelleLee also.

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