Wow. This was the best Tinkerbell movie yet. It is powerful, incites intense emotion, is a tearjerker of the best and most wonderful sort. A true fairy tale in the tradition of both Disney and real fairy tales. Love, friendship, misunderstanding, loss and heroism are all beautifully dealt with in this movie. I believe it's worthy of any award out there. And yes, I and my family, including my husband, 13 year old son and 9 year old daughter were all in tears at the end every time we have watched it, but those tears are not a bad thing. They are a release. Yes, Fawn and Gruff will not be together again because of how the life cycle of the Neverbeast works. He'll wake again in another thousand years, and she'll be long gone. But they knew each other. And they had a wonderful friendship while they did. To keep this movie from children, as some have suggested, is a folly I think. Children know love. They know loss. If we as adults don't address it with them they won't know how to deal with it when it comes. This film deals with the issue with a sensitivity and caring that is as near to perfect as you could get. So Five Stars to Disney for another amazing movie. Keep them coming!