Tinker Bell finds herself crossing into the Winter Woods. There she meets Periwinkle and together they find the magical powers that their wings obtain. They have to save the Pixie Tree from a dark winter, but something horrible happens to Tinker Bell, will the wing power fix it? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sarah F (br) wrote: This film looks alright , i would like to see it!
Bob M (ag) wrote: Can the person responsible for The Dinner Game and who had a hand in La Cage Aux Folles go 3 for 3 with The Valet? Answer: no. This was more of a foul ball. Veber makes contact but doesn't quite have enough to recreate the success of his other two big films. This was a cute and funny movie. The actors sufficiently delivered their roles and drew you into their lives. But that's where it ended. The way their lives were connected seemed like a farce that only the French could enjoy. By my American standards, it just didn't add up and the humor was forced. When compared to the successful Dinner Game and La Cage Auz Folles, this just didn't deliver to that calibre of expectation. It is a lite version of those two works, so it is enjoyable. It just was not as captivating as them. Maybe it was just a case of right lot, wrong car......
Dann M (kr) wrote: Gruesome and ultraviolent, Saw II takes the series into torture porn territory. This time criminal mastermind Jigsaw has trapped 8 people inside of a house and exposed them to a deadly nerve gas, and to get the antidote each of them must complete a task that's been specifically designed for them. Starring Donnie Wahlberg, Shawnee Smith, and Tobin Bell, the casting is pretty good. However, the characters aren't that likable or sympathetic; which is probably intentional as Jigsaw has been rewritten as an antihero who's punishing wicked people for their wrongdoings. Yet as gratuitous as the violence is, there's a strange morbid fascination to the traps. And, director Darren Lynn Bousman does a great job at building suspense. Though Saw II goes more for exploitation than horror, it still delivers plenty of frightening thrills.
Kade C (nl) wrote: Some of the best and most quotable dialogue in any film. When humor is used, it hits perfectly. When violence is necessary, it's glorious. By the end the stories blend together in a strange and very satisfying way, and leaves you wanting to know more about the remaining character's futures.
Kevin M (es) wrote: A very touching movie.
Pavan R (au) wrote: Was a good watch but promised more in the beginning leaving you a bit disappointed in the bed. Good performances.
Hard Hearted H (nl) wrote: kinda cute. definitely recommend it.