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Christopher Daniel Barnes,
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"Pixie Hollow Games" is an animated short film from 4 years ago that managed an Annie nomination and features the voices of several fairly famous actresses, especially from programs aimed at younger audiences. And while this one is also for younger audiences, it can also be a good watch for grown-ups. The animation is really really good in here and the story and humour are fine as well. It is all about the Pixie Hollow Games, which take place annually. So far, the Garden Fairies have lost every year, but Chloe, a new fairy, wants things to become different this year and forms a strong relationship with her fellow participant Rosetta. The duo goes up against fairies from all kinds of areas including a male, pretty cocky fairy, who turns out as the main antagonist. The director and writer duo have worked on many films in the past already and even if most of these are not exactly considered classics, experience shows and they came up with a fairly good film here. I recommend "Pixie Hollow Games". Strong animation and some nice heart. The dramatic scenes are sometimes a bit over the top when this movie starts itself taking more seriously than it should, but that's just a minor flow. Thumbs up.
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