Welcome To Pixie Hollow.
A thread to discuss Disney's [Pixie Hollow](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinker_Bell_(film_series) DTV film series.
I have a couple of these movies; they're really not too bad. Of course, I didn't buy them on my own; a friend/colleague of mine from the oil wrestling bought a couple of them for a me a few years in a row for my birthday.
The reason she did this; one day we were talking about Disney movies and I said Tinkerbell is hot, so soon after, she starts buying them for me as a joke. They do remind me a of A Bug's Life at times, and they're decent in terms of being entertaining.
Yeah. I hear the first couple are just OK, but they get slightly better with each installment, and I guess it's true. I got The Pirate Fairy (Mainly cause Tom Hiddleston AKA Loki XD, was voicing a young Captian Hook). And it was better then I expected it to be. It's like Disney's Winx Club, or like if Winx Club had much better writing and animation XD. Or a pseudo MLP, characters aren't as well written but serviceable enough to make it work enough to entertain you.
Also Toonzone did a review of the Pirate Fairy, seems they enjoyed it as well.
Wal-Mart has the past films for $10 dollars a pop so may check those out eventually as well.
The movies have some other big actors on them like Lucy Liu and Angelica Housten, but that Pirate one sounds interesting with Tom Hiddleston playing a young Captain Hook.
I knew from the get go that these movies are prequels to Peter Pan, and oh yeah, on the first movie where Tinkerbell gets angry for the first time; it's actually pretty awesome when she turns red.
I've been slowly but surely acquiring all the Disney movies that I can, because eventually I and my wife hope to have children, and I'd like to have some quality entertainment for them when they are younger. That being said, I used to hate the very sight of Tinkerbell; I found her character in the Peter Pan sequel to be annoying as FRAK. When I eventually went back and re-watched the original "Pan" I found her more tolerable, and decided to give the Pixie Hollow films a try. Been a fan of the Tink ever since.