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Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast
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It's the franchise that just keeps on giving. Disney's favourite fairy flies solo for the umpteenth time in a dramatic and rather moving "Beauty and the Beast"-type tale, which is rooted in the old adage that looks can be deceiving. When fairy Fawn befriends a big furry monster, alarm bells ring for Tinker Bell and the rest of the fairy folk. But after several surprisingly tense misadventures they realise that you can't judge a book by its cover - nor a NeverBeast by its outward appearance. Colourful, bright and brief, this is good, wholesome fun for younger kids, though several scary scenes may unsettle those of a more sensitive disposition.
One of Tinker Bell's friends meets a large hairy monster, and discovers he is not as fearsome as he looks. However, she has a hard time convincing the other fairies to accept him, and needs the help of her friends to protect the creature. Animated fantasy, with the voices of Mae Whitman, Ginnifer Goodwin and Rosario Dawson.
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12 Dec 2014
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