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Winx Club: Valtor's Mark (2006)
This is one of my favourite old Winx episodes. Love how they finally visited other girls' planets in this season and it wasn't all about Bloom.
The story of this episode is very enjoying: I love the idea of the ball and story about Stella's father. But the ending is what makes it - the mess that Winx created on the ball and running away from it was icoinc if you ask me! And this episode definitelly has the best cliff-hanger ending.
This is what I call a good Winx action, and this was the best we've seen up until this episode.
Winx Club: Butterflix (2015)
The butterflix dance.... I JUST CAN'T. I don't know whether to cry or to laugh. Would children even watch this? Not to mention that new powers and transformations used to MEAN SOMETING, now they just get them to look pretty. And they don't even look pretty. So sad. Please cancel this show before it gets completely ruined.
Winx Club: The Alfea Natural Park (2015)
So sad what this show turned into
They used to be the most powerfull fairies in world, now they go around chasing stupid little animals?? Really? Ok, I know this is cartoon for children, but it didn't used to be that. So sad they turned it into THIS just to earn money off little children. Now it's all about transformations and of course Bloom.
Winx Club (2004)
Used to be amazing, but new seasons are horrible
First three seasons of Winx Club are definitely one my favorite cartoons ever. First season had a great story of Bloom's past and about how she's discovering who she really is and about her real family. You can see her turning from a normal teenage girl to a strong fairy. Second season focuses on a new character - Layla (or Aisha), while third season focuses on the new powers.
Now, what's the most important in each of these seasons is that every main character has screen time and personality - which most of them lost in the new seasons. Those three seasons have a normal and very interesting story that makes sense and it is clearly shown that it is not some random stupid cartoon for 5-years-old kids. You can see that writers really cared about this show.
Then there was an amazing movie after S3 that finished Bloom's story. And this should have been the end of Winx Club. But no, they ruined it.
Season 4 is just OK. Story about fairies on Earth is very good, but it could have been done so much better. It is missing action, especially through the middle of S4. And they added so many unnecessary transformations, sub-transformations, wings or whatever. And why did they even kill Nabu? Like for no reason.
And then Season 5 - where they completely destroyed Winx Club. Where do I start? First of all, it was turned to a cartoon for 5-years-old kids which it wasn't before. Main characters completely lost their personality, all of them used to be somebody and had their traits, and since S5, they are all the same. Bloom, who was once a lovable young girl discovering about her life, is now bossy and not nice anymore at all. Stella became very annoying, and others? They don't exist anymore, especially Musa and Tecna. It's like they are out of club. And Trix used to be evil and their evil ambitions made sense, but now they're just ridiculous and dumb.
Bloom is the one who talks and does everything, Stella adds some very unfunny comments to what Bloom said and everyone else is just walking next to them. That's how new episodes feel to me, especially season 7.
There's no more character progress, no more story continuity, no more plots that make you want to watch the next episode. They used to fight the evil, show us about true friendship and love, and now? Now Bloom's walking around and rescuing some stupid animals and others are following her quietly.
And that's it - everything that could possibly be ruined is now ruined. This show has became all about Bloom and those new ridiculous transformations. They even named a transformation after her - Bloomix. Are you kidding me? Transformation used to be a thing that gives them new powers and looks, but now they all have the same clothing and they just dance around. I know that is what's perfect for young children, but why didn't the writers care about those who are fans of old Winx Club?
To sum up, it became a very very sad TV show.