Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy review

Tinkerbell and the Pirate FairyIf you are like me, your daughter will be dragging you to the cinema to see the latest Tinkerbell installment. Fresh in my head, I thought this was perfect opportunity to write a Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy review. This adventure surrounds itself on a fairy who was banished from the Pixie Hollow area. She comes back a year later to steal blue fairy dust, which helps a pirate ship fly.

Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy Review

So, to start off this Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy review; It is a typical Tinkerbell storyline. The first scenes show Zarina, the fairy at the heart of the movie, creating normal fairy dust. She starts wondering though; what if it was possible to make pink fairy dust? Every girl’s dream. What powers would this new fairy dust consist of? Zarina entertained the idea to others and was immediately shot down, saying it was extremely dangerous to play with fairy dust. However, this didst stop Zarina. She went against the words of others and conducted her own experiments. Orange fairy dust, Purple fairy dust…each having its own characteristics. Then came the pink fairy dust. Zarina was overjoyed with her discovery; until the fairy dust mixed with a plant. The plant grew and roots were soon taking over the Pixie Hollow district. Disappointed with Zarina’s decision to dis-obey orders, she was asked to leave Pixie Hollow.

Roll on a year and Tinkerbell, along with friends (and even her sister Periwinkle makes an appearance!) are seen performing at a show in-front of thousands of Pixie Hollow residents. A dark figure appears to start sprinkling this pink fairy dust around the stadium. Flowers grow and explode into a spectacular, firework-esque display. Everyone is happy, until they fall asleep. They were hit with sleeping powder! Tinkerbell and friends manage to dodge the attack by hiding in a cart, but when they go to explore, its too late. The moonstone has been stolen. The moonstone is the pivot-able part of the jigsaw required to make the standard fairy dust. The fairy dust is required for fairy’s to fly.

Alas, here’s where the adventure begins! Tinkerbell and co. go after the culprits; a team of pirates captained by none other than Zarina. One of the greatest scenes from the movie that I must mention in this Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy review has to be when Zarina uses her crafted fairy dust powers to switch the fairys’ talents; watching Tinkerbell control water provides some amusement. The adventure turns into a race against time to retrieve the blue pixie dust and return it to save Pixie Hollow.

This isn’t like Frozen, where I think adults can enjoy the film with children. This is purely a children’s film. However, watching the excitement on my 3 year olds’ face and her giggling in certain areas made it more than worthwhile and is something this Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy review cant touch on. Plus its only 78 minutes long!

What did you think to Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy? Leave us your review below!

Click here to submit your review.


Submit your review
* Required Field

Feb 24, 2014 by Liam

I enjoyed it. I took my 4 year old daughter to see it. Amazing!


Showcase Nottingham , USA 5.0 5.0 1 1 I enjoyed it. I took my 4 year old daughter to see it. Amazing!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>