Friday, January 2, 2015

REVIEW | Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast

Related - Legend of the NeverBeast
"But as in all partings, we learn to accept and move on. What is more important is how we spent the short time we've had with the special companies in our lives. Because in the end, it is really not how long we stay with them, but how much we have spent well every single second."

The 6th of the Tinkerbell films realeased, The Legend of the Neverbeast tells of the story of fairy Fawn who gets entangled with a beast that awakens every thousand of years. So basically the story revolves around that plot.

It's nothing cerebral per se ( and to be honest, when I watched the film in the movie theater, we were surrounded by kids, so there's really no need to think 
much ). The story line is I can say unpredictable ( I won't spill it out for you, because you definitely need to see this yourself ). It is a really heartwarming story about how we easily judge certain things based on hearsay and most often than not, by appearance.


It was the ending that made me cry a bucket, where Fawn had to say goodbye because the beast has to rest... and it struck me to think how painful it is for us to say goodbye to family or friends who we may not see forever. That thought just kills me.

But as in all partings, we learn to accept and move on. What is more important is how we spend the short time we had with special companies in our lives. Because in the end, it is really not how long we stay with them, but how much we have spent well every single second.

See below for the trailer-





Soundtrack

I especially adore the soundtrack in this animation, the songs by KT Tunstall ( which also sang a track from The Devil Wears Prada "Suddenly I See" ). The opening "Float" was just the perfect tempo for a lively introduction, whereas the last song "Strange Sight" will surely melt your heart and get your tear ducts flowing.

"Float"

Sung by KT Tunstall 




"Strange Sight"
Sung by KT Tunstall
This track was played when the fairies were saying goodbye to the beast known as "Gruff"





Other tracks which I liked in the film are "Saying Goodnight" and "1000 Years" ( sung by KT Tunstall and Bleu ).

To download the soundtrack of the film, you may click the link below-

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast


TIP: The film is better viewed on 3D.


For sure you have seen other Tinker Bell movies, or any animation for that matter. Tell us what you think about these films and how it has affected you? 



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