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TinkerBell and the lost treasure
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The trailer for the Disney's movie in 3D about TinkerBell.

- TinkerBell, you have been chosen to create the new Fall Sceptre.
- Me?
- We are relying on you.
- I'll make you proud. Yahoo!

Legend says when the Blue Moon shines to a precious moonstone, a miraculous power will be revealed. But when the magic is threatened, Tinkerbell will take an amazing journey to a world beyond Pixie Hollow. A land of incredible creatures...

- None shall pass the secret troll bridge.

... thrills...

- Hold on! Whoa, whoa, whoa! Ooooh! That was kind of fun.

... and surprises.

- Who's this?
- This is Blaze.
- There's a way out.

She'll search for the treasure...


- Ok Blaze, this is it.

... that can save Pixie Hollow. Walt Disney Pictures presents "Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure". Coming soon to Disney DVD and Blu-ray.

TINKERBELL= She's the pixie from the story of Peter Pan, having here her own adventures. A PIXIE is a little fairy (magical creature) from Celtic legends, they can fly and glow.

FALL (AmE)= Autumn (BrE).

SCEPTRE= A stick used as a sign of power (see picture)

RELY ON= Trust, have confidence on.

PROUD= If you are proud, you feel honoured or gratified by what you are or do, or by what someone you love is or does.

YAHOO!= A cry of joy (yea, and a famous web searcher too, but not here).

BLUE MOON= A blue moon is the "extra" full moon in years that have thirteen full moons. Most years have twelve full moons which occur approximately monthly, but in addition to those twelve full lunar cycles, each solar calendar year contains an excess of roughly eleven days compared to the lunar year. The extra days accumulate, so every two or three years, there is an extra full moon. The extra moon is called a "blue moon". That's why there's a common English expression which is "once in a blue moon", and means "very rarely, almost never".

MOONSTONE= A semi precious stone valued as a gem for its pearly translucence. Literally it means "a stone from the moon".

THREATENED= Put in danger.

AMAZING= Fantastic, awesome.

BEYOND= Further than.

CREATURES= /kri:əz/

NONE= Nobody.

SHALL= Here it means WILL, but stronger. The auxiliary "will" expresses future but usually as something probable, and "shall" expresses an almost certain future.

TROLL= A disgusting creature from Germanic mythology.

THRILL= A thrill is something very exciting.

HOLD ON= To maintain one's grip; cling. To grab something tight so as not to fall down.

KIND OF= More or less. This expression is overused in colloquial English, so very often it doesn't mean anything.

BLAZE= Here it is the name of a lighting bug (firefly), but the verb "to blaze" means "to shine, to give out light".

SEARCH= Look for.

THIS IS IT= This is the moment of truth.

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