Great value for the two dvd set. I can always find any dvd, whether old or new, at walmart.com for a good price. I saw both of these movies on television and added them to my collection. Angelina Jolie is great in True Women - a true southern classic regarding slavery. Thanks, Walmart!
While I love Tinkerbell and my daughter adores everything about her, I was disappointed in the story line of this movie. The first thing that struck me was that after breaking a prescious object, the lesson was not to take responsibility for something done, but to hide it until the last possible moment. This is not the lesson I want my daughter to learn and after watching the movie with her, we talked about the right way to handle the situation. Of course in the fictional world of Disney, everything always turns out perfect in the end, but that rarely happens in real life. I don't expect the movies my children watch to mirror real life, but with movies that are directed toward small children, I think lessons of responsibility and honesty are more important than environmentalism. I wish Disney would have taken this movie in a different direction where TinkerBell asked for help from her friends and they all found a way to fix the problem instead of her hiding the truth and basically lying to everyone.
My daughter is obsessed with Tinkerbell, we bought her this movie and she loves it. She would watch it every day if there was enough time. I would highly recommend this movie for all little girls who like Tinkerbell!
Producer Sam Spiegel's contribution is admirable, but Elia Kazan's direction of the Pinter plot seems unfocussed though craftsmanlike. Robert De Niro's performance as the inscrutable boy-wonder of films is mildly intriguing.
The way Indian life is portrayed is nothing short of remarkable, and is perhaps the highlight of this laid-back, droll film that may not be everyone's cup of tea, but will certainly be appreciated by Anderson fans