Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue

Synopsis: Tinker Bell must team up with a rival fairy to keep their existence a secret from humans.
Director(s): Bradley Raymond
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
71%
G
Year:
2010
76 min
$288,544
Website
2,359 Views


Some people

say that fairies are the stuff of fantasy.

They think the world is just

what you can touch and hear and see,

while others say the tales and legends

cannot be dismissed.

They believe with all their hearts

that fairies truly do exist.

Through out all time,

human beings and fairies never met,

till one very special summer

that we shall not soon forget.

Life is rising up

Surging forth in all directions

Every little buttercup

Is reaching out to find connections

Every blade of grass

Will touch the sunlight

The rain will touch the ground

Growing greener than it was before

Bees are droning by

Spider silk is softly spinning

Not a cloud in the sky

You know it's only the beginning

Every little blossom, every flower

Flings its petals wide

As the season comes round

Once more

Hey, Tink! You ready

for your first summer on the mainland?

Absolutely! It's so beautiful out here.

I can't believe we get to stay

for the whole season.

Well, what are we waiting for?

Race you down!

The breeze is blowing light and sweet

The grass, a carpet at your feet

Catch the colors

Feel the heat of the sun

All the sparrows in the dell

Swirling round like a carousel

Singing loud enough to tell everyone

Hi, guys.

Summer's just begun

Summer's just begun

There it is, Tink. Fairy camp!

All the winters, all the springs

Lead us here on fairy wings

A season of a thousand things

To be done

Summer's just begun

Summer's just begun

Hiya, Cheese!

Summer's just begun

- Did you have a nice flight?

Incoming!

Keep her level!

Keep her level!

Gear it down, Bobble!

Oh-ho!

- Smashing landing, Clanky.

- Thank you, Bobble

Guys, I think you may

have over-packed.

- Come on, Tink. Let's go inside.

- Inside?

Tink, fairy camp isn't out here

in the open.

We need to stay hidden

from the humans.

- We do?

- Uh. Yeah.

That's why fairy camp is in here.

Cicadas, one at a time.

You, you and you. You, too.

Wow. lt's like all of Pixie Hollow

under one tree!

Blaze!

Hmm?

Wow!

The Queen Anne's lace

is looking beautiful.

- How are the looms working?

- Fine, thanks to you, Tink.

Next. Next. Next.

- Hows the bee-liner working?

- Like a dream Tink. Thanks

Great. Need any help with that wagon?

No, thanks. She's running fine.

Okay. Glad to hear it.

Here's the first week's supply.

Okay, I'm off. I gotta go deliver

pixie dust to the other fairy camps,

but I'll see you in a couple days.

Oh, and Tink! Don't worry.

You'll find something to fix.

I hope so.

In the meantime

I need to go find some lost things.

Hold on, little miss spare parts.

You're not going near

the human house, are you?

- There's a human house?

- No! I mean, yes, but no.

- We stay away from humans.

- Oh, Iridessa!

- Tinker Bell knows that, don't you?

- Define "stay away"

It's gonna be a long summer.

Grouchy.

- Oh, that's just Vidia being Vidia.

- No, the air. It smells...

...grouchy.

- We might be in for a storm.

- Come on Sil.

The sun is shining, the air is warm.

It's a beautiful day. Nothing's gonna...

Tinker Bell.

Thank goodness we're here, Father.

It's just like I remember it.

Wel, of course, my darling.

Look at the creek and the woods

and the meadow

Oh! I wish it was summer all year long!

Yes, Lizzy.

Tinker Bell, what are you doing here?

Vidia, this is amazing!

It's a carriage that moves by itself!

There's no horse. Seriously, look.

- Do you see a horse up there?

- Uh, No.

It'is a horseless carriage!

And do you want to know how it works?

- Not really.

- So do I.

I think those wheels back there move

because this chain thing rotates

And I think what rotates the chain

is this big...

I don't care Tinker Bell. You shouldn't

be this close to the human house.

What if they see us?

Will you stop flitting around in there?

This is serious!

You know what, Vidia?

I think this powers the whole thing!

This, my dear, is exactly why tinkers

shouldn't come to the mainland. They...

Let me know if this does anything.

Well, anything? Vidia, you're all wet.

You don't say.

Father, Father Father! Can we

bring our tea and scones outside

and have them here in the garden?

- It would be just like a little picnic.

Not just now, Lizzy.

I still have to get the trunk unpacked

and the house settled

Father, look!

What a magnificent butterfly.

My word. Absolutely astonishing.

It's so beautiful.

What kind of butterfly is it?

Well, judging from the epidermal

membrane, it's cleary an apatura iris,

but the wings

have two entirely different patterns.

Well, that's neary impossible.

Well, I guess that's just the way

the fairies decided to paint it.

Hmm?

Lizzy, faires do not paint

butterfly wings

because, as you know,

fairies are not real.

- Hmm!

- Ugh!

But of course they are.

The proof is right here.

- Their paint dripped all over its wing.

- Really, darling.

Rational people consider

a belief in fairies to be quite foolish.

The wings are so fresh.

What are you doing?

Its chrysalis must have been

in the meadow.

The meadow? Father wait!

That's where I'm going.

Would you like to come?

Not now, Lizzy.

I have to update my field journal.

My interview at the museum

is tomorrow night

You're going back already?

We just got here.

I know, sweetheart, and I'm very sorry.

But I'll only be gone for the day.

Mrs. Perkins will look after you,

and I'll be back in time to tuck you in.

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