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1.) Description (Editorial Reviews)
Born into the fantastic world of Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell thinks her fairy talent as a tinker isn t as special or important as the other fairies talents. But when Tink tries to change who she is, she creates nothing but disaster! With encouragement from her friends Rosetta, Silvermist, Fawn and Iridessa, Tink learns the key to solving her problems lies in her unique tinker abilities and discovers that when she s true to herself, magical things can happen.
2.) Special Features
1.)My 3 year old daughter has fallen for all of the Tinkerbell movies. She really loves this one. She especially loves the part where Tinkerbell rides her mouse friend "Cheese" in a rodeo-style roundup scene. It's quite comical. In this movie, there are many types of fairies...garden fairies, fast-flying fairies, light faires, etc. Tinkerbell learns that not everyone respects the art of being a tinker fairy, so she decides she doesn't want to be a tinker anymore. She tries to be something she's not and it ends up in disaster. At the end of the movie, Tinkerbell learns that embracing who you are is important and she ends up saving the day with her tinker skills. It's a movie about loving and believing in yourself, no matter what anyone else thinks.
2.)As a father with one daughter I did not think I would enjoy this series. I'm a major 3D animation fan and have high standards and did not expect much with this direct to DVD show. I was pleasantly surprised. I believe some of the Pixar team has been involved in each of these movies. The animation is movie quality and the story even kept me (dad) engaged. Along with the rich animation I enjoyed the innocence story and clean character development. The entire series has been very enjoyable and I'm not sure who wants to see the next one more.. my daughter or me.
3.)I wouldn't call this film a feminist classic, and it is certainly one more racist movie in the great Disney tradition, but it does attempt in its own endearing way to teach little girls about solidarity and sisterhood. The filmmaker tries so hard to be politically correct that his film practically passes out from the effort, but he also emphasizes the fact that, in spite of all her troubles, Tinker Bell is still a hottie. One word of advice: as soon as your daughter sees this movie, she will probably want to be Tinker Bell for Halloween. In fact, your little boy might, too.
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