DisneyToon Studios, Prana Animation Studios, Prana Studios,

Ginnifer Goodwin, Mae Whitman, Rosario Dawson, Raven-Symoné, Megan Hilty, Lucy Liu, Pamela Adlon, Tom Hiddleston

Fawn (Ginnifer Goodwin) believes that you can’t automatically judge someone just because of rumors and whispers, so she makes friend with the NeverBeast. The Scout fairies find out about this and think she is wrong and try to drive off the NeverBeast, but Fawn’s faith cannot be snuffed out, and she and the NeverBeast show the others that everyone has some value.

This is a Disney Toon Studios release to video (streaming) that is certainly not the quality of classic Disney Animation nor the magic that is Pixar, but though it’s TV cartoon quality, it’s still a great story with lots of color, music, charm, and values for the little ones. It is really a good film for kids, truly G rated and with the Disney values. The studios attempts to bring the Fairy/Pixie line into the mix along with all the other Disney Princesses is a good idea and it gives them a lot of directions to go into for new stories. The voices are really good too, and they are all good actors so voicing of the different characters is great. I sometimes have an issue when all the voices are so recognizable, but in this case, for a children’s film they won’t recognize them anyway, and their skill adds a lot of the experience. The story is very simple and predictable, and isn’t groundbreaking in any way, but it certainly is a nice babysitter for you, and if you sit and watch and enjoy WITH the kids, kudos to you as it could be a great bonding experience. This is highly recommended for the younger set and the adults who care for them.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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