Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure

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Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure is an animated fairy story about the adventures of Tinker Bell, who lives in pixie hollow. Tinker Bell (voice of Mai Whitman) is a tinker fairy. She makes, invents and fixes gadgets. Because she can be impatient, some of these gadgets have a habit of going wrong. Her impatience also means that she has a very quick temper.

One day she is given a very special task. She must make a sceptre that will hold a moonstone at just the right angle. When the moon next rises, it will shine through the moonstone. This will produce special blue pixie dust and keep the fairly tree alive for the next seven years. Tinker Bell feels very honoured because the other fairies know she is impatient and might not complete the task properly.

She has only a month to complete this task, and her friend Terence (Jesse McCartney) offers to help her. As time goes on, Tinker Bell becomes very impatient with him because he is always cleaning up after her and giving her advice on how to make the sceptre just right. They have a fight, and the moonstone gets broken.

Tinker Bell must journey to the island of the lost treasure where stolen treasure is buried. Here she can find the magic mirror and make a wish to get a new moonstone. Along the way, she learns the value of patience and friendship.


None of concern


None of concern

Content that may disturb children

Under 5

This movie contains some scenes that could worry children under five. For example:

  • One scene includes scary trolls. Although they end up hugging each other and saying sorry, they might scare some children.
  • Big scary rats with red eyes chase Terence and Tinker Bell around a ship.
  • Tinker Bell creates a scary monster to scare the rats. Although it turns out to be just Tinker Bell making a shadow and using an echo, young children might not understand this and could find the scene worrying.

From 5-8

Children in this age group are unlikely to be disturbed by anything in this movie.

Over 8

Nothing of concern

Sexual references

None of concern

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

None of concern

Nudity and sexual activity

None of concern

Product placement

None of concern

Coarse language

None of concern

Ideas to discuss with your children

Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure is an animated adventure story for young viewers. The main messages in the movie are about the importance of:

  • not losing your temper
  • friendship
  • being able to say sorry if you are in the wrong.