The Pirate Fairy 2014 PG CC

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(1,045) IMDb 6.6/10
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Tinker Bell visits Never Land and faces the pirates of Skull Rock.

Starring:
Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure
Director Peggy Holmes
Starring Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks
Supporting actors Tom Hiddleston, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symoné, Megan Hilty, Pamela Adlon, Angela Bartys, Jim Cummings, Carlos Ponce, Mick Wingert, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeff Bennett, Rob Paulsen, Grey Griffin, Kari Wahlgren, Jane Horrocks, Jesse McCartney, Anjelica Huston, A.J. Locascio
Studio DisneyToon Studios
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

One of Disneys best movies.
Sue Creason
Oh, how excited my children and I were learn that The Pirate Fairy movie would be releasing to Disney Blu-ray/DVD & digital copy on the 1st of April!
Ellybean
My daughter watches this movie all the time she loves it.
Rosa Colton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Ellybean VINE VOICE on March 30, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Oh, how excited my children and I were learn that The Pirate Fairy movie would be releasing to Disney Blu-ray/DVD & digital copy on the 1st of April! This movie is the fifth in the DisneyFairies collection and I'm most certain with such a overwhelmingly loved response from fans both young and old, it won't be the last. This movie we found to be non-stop full of action and fun songs from those fancifully fun fairy friends. The story obviously centers highly on pirates and most of the adventure takes part on the high seas! I thought the imagery looked very good!

**Spoiler Alert **

My nearly six year old daughter really liked everything about the movie and has watched it many times. I will have to say it was quite a treat to learn all about dust keeper fairy Zarina and what choices made turned her to becoming a pirate fairy. And if you remember, pirates aren't really thought highly upon in the world of Tinkerbell. In fact, this spunky fairy gets tangled up with a pirate we will all come to learn it Captain Hook himself! Tinkerbell and her friends set off on a mission to set things right and oh what an adventure that was! The tick-tock-croc even makes an appearance! Speaking of which, there's a whole bonus feature about crocodiles that we found to be quite educational as it was fun! Even I learned a thing or two! Other bonuses included a few shorts, sing-a-long songs, and more!

We would highly recommend checking The Fairy Pirate out! Any lover of Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairy movies are sure to be pleased. The run-time is about 90 minutes and there's much more playtime with all the included bonus features! Kids will learn about the importance of friendship, never giving up, self-discovery, & forgiveness. Overall, we can't say enough good things!
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Erin Rippy on April 2, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Spoilers below.

In just 24 hours, my family has watched this through 3 times already! Cute story, great new character: Zarina, a Dust Keeper fairy who is curious about the mysteries of Pixie Dust, and does some experimenting with unexpected consequences. When Zarina makes a mess of one of her experiments, Fairy Gary relieves her of her Dust Keeping duties -- permanently. Zarina leaves Pixie Hollow. We later find out that she joins up with Pirates when she returns to Pixie Hollow to steal the BLUE pixie dust!

The story that follows about Zarina's fall from grace and her rise again is full of suspense, drama, and humor. Tinkerbell and her friends get a taste of each others' talents, and we're introduced to the pirate first mate James, who will some day become Captain James T. Hook. We also see how baby Tick-Tock Crock is born and comes to swallow a ticking clock.

If you watch the credits, you even see Mr. Smee!

This was an exciting edition to the Disney Fairies series. My girls are 5 and 7 and just love these movies. Peter Pan has always been my own favorite Disney movie and story from childhood, so it's really exciting to see some introductions to Pan's story. I've been wondering when Disney would get to the story of how Tinkerbell comes to be Peter's companion. It's on the horizon, but I do hope this series will last several more movies. So much more to tell! There is a brief preview of another Tinkerbell story at the beginning of the Bluray disc, but merely says 'coming soon.' With the time gap between the last few fairy movies, I'll take that 'soon' with a grain of salt.

It's hard to choose our favorite Tinkerbell movie, they're all so good! This one is fantastic and already a family favorite.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By aeronaut on June 27, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This review is intended for parents, rather than the target audience. First, a little background. The single character of Tinker Bell is (loosely) based on James Barrie's Peter Pan, but the fairy kingdom (called Pixie Hollow) and its inhabitants originate from the recent book trilogy written by the award winning children's writer Gail Carson Levine (in my opinion, a much more talented author than Barrie). The direct to video film series were launched in 2008, with the first three episodes featuring original, surprisingly deep stories and remarkable musical scores (especially the outstanding "Lost Treasure", often shown on Disney's cable channels). The last two episodes, produced by a different director, are quite inferior to those, with simpler, less though provoking stories, recycled plot elements and music, and a focus on fashion and pop culture - in other words, similar to the host of low cost TV series featuring pretty looking fairies, mermaids, princesses, and similar characters found on many cable channels. This film is easily the weakest of the series.

The plot is, plainly, dumb and full of holes. The title character is one nasty specimen of fairykind, a criminal and mastermind behind the pirates' evil plans. However, the character is also very pretty and fashion conscious, and so cannot be held accountable for her actions, which are instead blamed on the pirates' bad influence. In the middle of the movie the character switches over to the "good" side and evades responsibility. There should have been a remorse scene somewhere, but I looked away for a second or two and so apparently missed it entirely.
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