"Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure" is a direct-to-DVD computer-animated comedy movie produced by DisneyToon Studios. It was released by Walt Disney Pictures on October 27, 2009, and is the follow up to the 2008 movie "Tinker Bell". The movie revolves around Tinker Bell, a play fairy, who starts a quest to discover a lost treasure and learns important lessons about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of giving along the method.Plot Summary
The movie starts with Fairy Haven excitedly preparing for the Autumn Revelry, an important fairy event. Tinker Bell is appointed the task of developing a ceremonial scepter which has a moonstone encrusted in it to bring back the Pixie Dust Tree, the source of all fairy magic. For the scepter's style, Tink takes motivation from a ship in a bottle gifted to her by her friend, Terence.
A mishap causes the moonstone to shatter, leaving Tinker Bell desolate. To fix it, Tinker Bell sets off alone to look for the famous Mirror of Incanta, which grants one wish to the one who has it. Tink thinks she can wish for a brand-new moonstone with the Mirror. On her journey, she is joined by Blaze, a courageous firefly.Adventurous Journey and Learning
The duo faces many barriers, experiencing perilous paths, unidentified animals, and huge green twisters. Regardless of the difficulties, Tinker Bell never ever quits, demonstrating her bravery. Meanwhile, Terence, feeling guilty about the argument he had with Tink preceding her departure, follows her, attempting to help in secret without making her mad.
Ultimately, Tinker Bell discovers the Mirror but is unable to make a dream as she realizes it had granted a wish centuries back and can't do it again. Returning empty-handed, she finds out the vital lesson that the greatest treasures aren't constantly materialistic, but of the heart.Conclusion: The Power of Friendship and Perseverance
Towards the end, Tinker Bell repair work the damaged moonstone utilizing the fragments, producing something even more beautiful than the original itself showcasing the power of imagination and determination. She also forgives Terence and deals with him to finish the scepter just in time for the Autumn Revelry.
The last scene reveals Tink and Terence releasing the scepter, which successfully channels the blue harvest moon's light into the Pixie Dust Tree, renewing it. The newly-designed moonstone ingeniously develops multi-colored pixie dust. The movie concludes with a heartwarming scene of Tinker Bell and Terence, verifying the worth of friendship and team effort.General Reception
"Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure" amassed favorable reviews for its animation design, the depth of its characters, and its message about the importance of friendship, determination, and creative analytical. Despite being a direct-to-DVD release, it demonstrated the continuing popularity and appeal of the Tinker Bell character and her nonstop adventures.