Enter the magical world of fairies and meet the enchanting creatures of Pixie Hollow, who "nurture nature" and bring about the change of the seasons. Changing the colors of the leaves, moving a sunbeam to melt snow, waking animals from their winter slumber, or giving a patch of sproutlings a sprinkle of water are all within the realm of these seasonal specialists.
Tinker Bell thinks her fairy talent as a "tinker" isn't as special or important as the other fairies' talents. But when Tink tries to change who she is, she creates nothing but disaster! With encouragement from her friends Rosetta, Silvermist, Fawn and Iridessa, Tink learns the key to solving her problems lies in her unique tinker abilities...and discovers that when she's true to herself, magical things can happen.
This movie shows you how a Fairy is created and how their special abilities are formed. It takes you from a baby's first laugh and the process it takes to when the fairy is being born. It shows the special ceremony where you find out your talent whether it be nature, animal or in Tinker Bells case a Tinker. It also introduces you to a selected group of the fairies Silvermist, Iridessa, Fawn and Rosetta.
It is really compelling viewing for kids and adults a like. It makes you believe again and restores your faith in magic. The movie dabs into peer pressure and self worth - both lessons everyone needs to learn. When Tinker Bell doesn't feel being a Tinker is that great she tries to get a different ability but when she is true to herself everything works out for the best.
Its a great introductory movie to meet all of the fairies, even if Vida is not that nice. Also you get to go to the mainland with the fairies and see how the seasons are changed and how (in this movie) Spring is introduced. You also learn that everyone is different and you need to embrace yourself and your talent and you shouldn't let anyone's words or actions impact how you see yourself.
It has lessons the whole family can learn and is definitely a great movie to watch. Although a little slow in areas it is still makes you want to go to the garden and build a fairy house.
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