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Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast

Review: “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast” – Big, Shaggy, and Charming

by Ed Liuon March 4, 2015
A prophecy is an interesting storytelling tool in a fantasy setting. It is a convenient way to inject exposition quickly and set a ticking time-bomb clock, injecting information as in Alfred Hitchcock’s famous advice on mastering cinematic tension. A prophecy also provides an excellent vehicle to communicate character traits, since the way characters will react […]

Flutterbye Fairies Really Fly!

by Alex Beanon October 16, 2014
Chicago-based Calabash Animation joined hands with Spinmaster to produce “The Magic is Brighter” – a 30-second CG/live-action hybrid that promotes Spinmaster’s new toy, the Flutterbye Fairy…


Review: “The Pirate Fairy” Charts a Course for Adventure

by Ed Liuon April 4, 2014
While watching Disney’s The Pirate Fairy, it struck me that the Tinker Bell franchise was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic before there was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. They’re films that aim squarely at young girls as their target demographic, but they’re done with so much skill and charm that the boys who […]
The Pirate Fairy

CLIP: Five Surprising Things You Might Not Know About Disney’s “The Pirate Fairy”

by Ed Liuon April 1, 2014
In conjunction with the release of The Pirate Fairy on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD, Walt Disney Home Entertainment has released the following clips and 5 surprising things you might not know about The Pirate Fairy (or, at least, that you might not know if you haven’t been paying attention to our earlier coverage): 1.Tom […]