Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
That's all well and good, but Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure lets us have our cake and eat it too. The story is entertaining enough, and the animation is spectacularin fact, the 1080p AVC encode is one of the best I've seen on Blu-ray. It sports impeccable detail and dimension and vivid color saturation, and the DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio track is no slouch either.
The Moon Stone
- Chapter 3, 00:09:47
- Detail, color saturation
- As Tinker Bell (voiced by Mae Whitman) prepares to meet Queen Clarion (Anjelica Houston), notice the detail in the background, the golden shimmer of the Queen's dress, and the intricate pattern in the counselor's clothing.
The Enchanted Mirror of Inconta
- Chapter 6, 00:26:13
- Detail, shadow detail, frequency response
- As the critter-filled orchestra strikes up a tune, pay special attention to the glimmer in their eyes, the three-dimensionality of their bodies, and the texture of the mushroom that serves as the stage.
- Listen to the layered audio track that includes frogs, crickets, and a centipedenature's orchestra at its best.
The last wish
- Chapter 10, 01:01:46
- Detail, shadow detail
- As Tink and Terrance (Jessie McCartney) run for their lives from a hoard of rats, look at the amazing detail in the digital sets such as the aged and cracked wood columns, the splintered wood floor, and the burlap curtain with its multiple patterns.