How often do you find yourself judging a book by its cover? The Disney fairies are back in Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast to show us things are not always as they seem.
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast
Fawn (Ginnifer Goodwin), fairy of the animals, has a heart full of compassion and love for all things living. Sometimes listening to her heart gets her, and the rest of the fairies, into trouble. She means well and her intentions are always good. But Fawn often discovers that listening to her head first may be a better option.
After a close call with a baby hawk in Pixie Hollow, Fawn once again happens upon an animal in despair. Intrigued by its uniqueness, she absolutely must observe and learn more. Eventually she wins over the large creature and wants to bring him
to Pixie Hollow.
Nix (Rosario Dawson), head of the Scout Fairies, is in charge of protecting Pixie Hollow and all that lies within it. She and Fawn do not always see eye to eye when it comes to helping potentially dangerous animals. Nix leads with her head and thinks only of the safety of the fairies. Together, they both must learn the truth that surrounds what they soon discover to be the NeverBeast.
Director Steve Loter sums up the movie with this quote:
“It’s beautiful to think with an open heart. To see the world through that that perspective. It’s a wonderful thing but you also have to think with your head. You need the balance to have a happy life and [he] thought that was exactly the story that [he] wanted to tell.”
As I watched with my family, my girls were entranced by Gruff. Not only were they completely vested in the movie, but Colby could not stop watching either. I even saw him wipe tears from his eyes at one point. The turmoil between head and heart is a life application most of us can relate to. The ever-constant struggle of getting a pet is often one we face as parents. Fawn, Nix and Gruff represent a part of life we can understand and, perhaps, learn for ourselves.
This thrilling fairy action-adventure is now available on Disney Blu-ray™ & Digital HD!