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|Originaltitel:||Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy|
|Genre:||Children's Movie, Animation, Adventure|
|Laufzeit:||Ca. 78 min.|
|FSK:||From 0 years|
TinkerBell and her fairy friends are finally coming back to the cinema. Famous for the classic "Peter Pan", TinkerBell has been the focus of its very own franchise for several years now: that of the "Disney Fairies". After four successful releases for the home cinema market and the successful first movie "The Secret of the Fairy Wings", TinkerBell and her friends are now allowed to complete another adventure on the big screen, which also provides answers to some secrets from "Peter Pan".
At the centre of "TinkerBell and the Pirate Fairy" is the curious fairy lustre fairy Zarina (spoken by Yvonne Catterfeld), who loves to experiment with fairy lustre, although she has actually been forbidden to do so. When one of her attempts goes catastrophically wrong, Zarina flees from the Valley of Fairies. Some time later she reappears, puts all the fairies into a deep sleep and steeps the blue fairy shine. TinkerBell (Gabrielle Pietermann) and her best friends Rosetta, Silberhauch, Vidia, Emily and Klara pursue Zarina and have to find out that she has joined the pirates from Skull Rock and is even celebrated as their captain by the villains. But TinkerBell doesn't want to believe that Zarina is really evil. And so the fairies not only have to get the fairy shine back, but also get their girlfriend back. But there the young pirate James opposes them, who will become many years later for TinkerBell still a very particularly dangerous…
As already "The secret of the fairy wings" is also "TinkerBell and the pirate fairy" actually conceived for the home cinema market. While in the USA the film was then also directly exploited on DVD and Blu-ray, TinkerBell fans in other countries can enjoy the new adventure on the big screen. And that's where the child-friendly adventure really works. The 3D effects are nice to look at, but at the same time aren't too intrusive to overwhelm the very young viewers. The story is exciting, but not too scary and offers a lot of humor of a harmlessly nice kind.
The idea of telling the origins of Captain Hook in addition to an exciting "Fairies" adventure makes the film absolutely worth seeing even for adult companions who know and love "Peter Pan", especially as there are some other nice allusions to the Disney classic in addition to the Hook story. Director Peggy Holmes has once again created a very nice animated film, which combines loveable characters, the colourful fairy world and a story that is good in its simplicity to an entertaining adventure, which also offers a target group-oriented running time of 78 minutes. Who already liked "The secret of the fairy wings", will love "TinkerBell and the Pirate Fairy" guaranteed. Therefore: For fairy fans between 5 and 10 years and all accompanying persons who are young at heart absolutely worth seeing!
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