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Last week, I watched ''Secret of the Wings''. I love Periwinkle and the idea that fairies can have siblings, but this one is my least favorite Fairies film so far. It lacks continuity. In the original ''Tinker Bell'', the ice fairies come to witness Tink's birth - and I didn't see a snow machine or anything providing coldness for their winter wings! But according to ''Secret of the Wings'', a winter fairy's wings will wilt in warm weather. Thus, the real "secret of the wings" is left unexplained. Did anybody else notice that? There's something dubious going on here!<ac_metadata title="Continuity Problem Alert!" related_topics="Secret of the Wings|Lord Milori|Periwinkle"> </ac_metadata>
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Last week, I watched ''Secret of the Wings''. I love Periwinkle and the idea that fairies can have siblings, but this one is my least favorite Fairies film so far. It lacks continuity. In the original ''Tinker Bell'', the ice fairies come to witness Tink's birth - and I didn't see a snow machine or anything providing coldness for their winter wings! But according to ''Secret of the Wings'', a winter fairy's wings will wilt in warm weather. Thus, the real "secret of the wings" is left unexplained. Did anybody else notice that? There's something dubious going on here! <ac_metadata title="Continuity Problem Alert!" related_topics="Secret of the Wings|Lord Milori|Periwinkle" lastmove="1388688609"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 18:50, January 2, 2014

Last week, I watched Secret of the Wings. I love Periwinkle and the idea that fairies can have siblings, but this one is my least favorite Fairies film so far. It lacks continuity. In the original Tinker Bell, the ice fairies come to witness Tink's birth - and I didn't see a snow machine or anything providing coldness for their winter wings! But according to Secret of the Wings, a winter fairy's wings will wilt in warm weather. Thus, the real "secret of the wings" is left unexplained. Did anybody else notice that? There's something dubious going on here!

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