Tinker Bell And The Pirate Fairy

Director: Peggy Holmes

Starring: Pamela Adlon, Angela Bartys, Jeff Bennett, Jim Cummings, Christina Hendricks, Tom Hiddleston

Running Time: 78 mins

Cert: U

Release date: 14th February 2014

Every so often I open my pages to a young and exciting new voice in the world of film criticism and after doing such a wonderful job with her Moshi Monsters – The Movie review, it was time for Miss Holly Smith (aged 6) to return and give her verdict on the new Disney Tinker Bell And The Pirate Fairy.

This is the fourth in a series of adventures set in the world frequented by Peter Pan’s pixie friend, Tinker Bell and now it’s time to hear from Holly.

Tinkerbell and the Pirate fairy follows on from the last Tinkerbell film but you don’t need to have seen it to understand this film.

The film is set in Pixie Hollow (which is where Tinkerbell lives). All of the fairies are gathered up to watch an excellent show.

The characters in this film are Tinkerbell, Rosetta, Silvermist, Iredessa, Vidia and Fawn. There is a new fairy called Zurina, she is mischievous and wild. There are also mean pirates.

In Pixie Hollow Zurinas job is to make the pixie dust. She is very curious and wants to make different coloured dust. She is told very clearly not to do it but she ignored the advice and there is trouble in Pixie Hollow. Zurina flies away.

One year later she comes back and steals the important blue pixie dust. Tinkerbell and friends spot her and try to get it back.

Zurina switches the fairies talents (special powers) which makes it harder for them to catch her. The fairies find out that Zurina is a captain of a pirate ship. You will have to see the film to see what happens next.

This film is exciting and funny in places. Zurina was a good character because she was interesting and it was nice to meet a new fairy from Pixie Hollow.

Children that like Tinkerbell will like this film. I think that boys will like it too because there are pirates in it.


By Holly Smith age 6

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