J.M. Barrie’s rascally fairy is given a voice and a CG makeover in Tinker Bell, a surprisingly- good-for-made-for-DVD movie, the first of four in a series. Deep in the Neverland burb of Pixie Hollow, Tink learns that while her gifts are not as glam as, say, giving fireflies their light, everyone has a purpose. B+
Starring: Mae Whitman; Starring: Kristin Chenoweth, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symone; Director: Bradley Raymond; Author: Jeffrey M. Howard; Runtime (in minutes): 78; MPAA Rating: G
Posted November 5 2008 — 12:00 AM EST
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