Mixed or average reviews- based on 9 Ratings
Apr 15, 2014The fifth movie of the 'Tinkerbell' movie series. Probably the weakest one only in a slight margin, but the entertainment was assured. ForThe fifth movie of the 'Tinkerbell' movie series. Probably the weakest one only in a slight margin, but the entertainment was assured. For each sequel DisneyToon brought a new director to direct it. With vast change in stories from each other to the addition of new characters in every new movie. These frequent modifications had a significant task to the movie's stronghold, especially for young kids under 8 as well the most of the grown ups.
I have been watching this movie series since the first one came out. As a movie buff, I love to watch all kinds of movie so I did not leave this children's movie as well. In todays world you don't have to hesitate to peek into a movie like this because, for the record, effortlessly millions of bucks making movies are the animations.
Like I said the new addition was the character Zarina, a dust-keeper fairy who is another version of Tinkerbell. She is very skilled and curious in nature about everything she sees who love to modify and invent new things. In a such experiment she conducts something goes wrong and the whole fairy community will be held in a dangerous situation. As usual, our smart Tinkerbell and Co makes their effort to break free from the evil course. How it has been done is the story in the remains.
There's a thing in the story where powers of each other fairies are switched. Because of that, all the fairies engaged in adventures are equally unveiled. So if you are a Tinkerbell fan, you will be slightly disappointed. Also the story was tried to connect with Peter Pan's Neverland with characters like croc with clock ticking noise from his belly and of course the Hook, the pirate captain. If you are a intelligent enough, you will find other stuffs as well. A good movie in a series that is not too awesome or too awful, but can be enjoyable for its short run.… Full Review »
Oct 27, 2014The Pirate Fairy is missing the magic ingredient that makes this type of film palatable to both adults and children. It's a below par storyThe Pirate Fairy is missing the magic ingredient that makes this type of film palatable to both adults and children. It's a below par story (The Peter Pan link is the cleverest thing about it) that becomes rather boring after about half an hour, despite its short running time. The animation is good, but as an entertainment it is fatally lacking in any sustained imagination, an area in which most toons these days can boast excellence. Tom Hiddlestone voices a good villain (Captain Hook?), but overall this just never dazzles us,or transcends being anything other than a minor entertainment for very young children.… Full Review »