This is a cute little show. This thrilling action-adventure roars to life with never-before-seen bonus extras on Disney Blu-ray. And the bonus materials can be a lot of fun too. Because we would pay to see them in the theater, but I never remember any of them having theatrical releases, except maybe the first? First of all, I have to say that this movie is adorable. It had a great message.
My kids love Rosetta but the lack of Tinkerbell was disappointing. I wish I'd read the run time of the movie. The whole family - including my husband - love these series and are always surprised at how entertaining and clever the stories are, and how wonderful the production values and animation is. But this creature is not welcome in Pixie Hollow — and the scout fairies are determined to capture the mysterious beast, who they fear will destroy their home. It stars Rosetta and another new garden fairy. I always find myself wondering how these aren't marketed more. Anyone over the age of 10 will know where the story is going and how it will end, but the refreshing characters make it all worth one's while.
She's cute, but they have created a great fairy universe of so many characters I would love to see more about. The various fairy teams must compete in various categories frog hopping anyone? There should have been clips on how the fairies train and I know I watched clips about the same on YouTube, so I can't figure out why the movie itself does not have some of those elements present within itself , how and why the lightening and thunder fairies have been winning for so long, why the garden fairies have never won etc. The only reason this movie gets 4 stars is because there just wasn't enough. . I would love to see more stories from Disney starring the other Pixie Hollow fairies, not just Tinkerbell.
I only wonder, because they've all been that delightful to watch and own. I like that it is relatively short, not an entire full feature-length film. Tinkerbell is only briefly in the movie. Some morals of the story are teamwork, honest sportsmanship, trying your best, and conquering a fear of failure. So I was sorely disappointed. Fawn must convince her fairy friends to risk everything to rescue the NeverBeast. Best of all, the story is cute and even as an adult I can enjoy it.
I'd recommend only purchasing the 1. The dvd costs nearly 10 dollars, as much as a regular length dvd. The graphics and animation are gorgeous. The movie is about, as the name suggests, games in Pixie Hollow. My husband and I purchased this through Amazon directly on our television for our almost five year old daughter, and as with many of the shows we watch with our daughter, we fell in love with this short, but funny, movie. .
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