Watch: Forest Fairies 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – Amanda’s horse Tanner helps her discover a hidden village of FOREST FAIRIES who offer to help stop an evil land developer from tricking Amanda’s mom into selling the family country inn. In this stunningly lush film, the Forest Fairies use their fairy magic and quick thinking to uncover the evil plot. To save the day, they must all try and convince Amanda’s mom to believe in love again, believe in laughter again, and believe in fairies..
Plot: Amanda’s horse Tanner helps her discover a hidden village of FOREST FAIRIES who offer to help stop an evil land developer from tricking Amanda’s mom into selling the family country inn. In this stunningly lush film, the Forest Fairies use their fairy magic and quick thinking to uncover the evil plot. To save the day, they must all try and convince Amanda’s mom to believe in love again, believe in laughter again, and believe in fairies.
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Cute But Needs Work
Overall the premise was good…it’s just the execution that needed some adjustments…partly in the script, partly with the acting, and partly with the direction.
Too many times it felt like certain people had just gotten the script and didn’t know what to do with it. And that’s maybe where the script could have helped instead of having someone say all those little words that would normally be a throw-away when stammering so the other comes in over them (i.e. Like in the diner scene). I still think there could have been a little more depth into the origin of the Fairy conflict to help the audience have a better understanding of the relationship between the fairies and the humans.
I think more seasoned players could have figured out a way around the tougher spots and that’s where direction comes in to help so certain actors don’t look so posed and act like they’re afraid to move.
As for the Fairy special effects, I actually thought they were dead on. Nothing flashy or big…just simple lights. I actually have to tip my hat to whoever did the special effects because they were seamless and, dare I say, almost believable.
In spite of some of it’s flaws, I still enjoyed it and know kids will as well…especially the fairies, their wooded village, and their size as they interact with humans.
This film has a beautiful story line of love, friendship and magic! I would personally recommend the film for ages of about 14 upwards because it isn’t really an animated movie or children’s film. This is because it contains a fair amount of scenes which younger children may not understand fully. An example might be a scene about business/finance.
I wouldn’t say if you just ‘love fairies’ to watch the film. However, I would say if you like drama, a little romance and a little fantasy/magic then this is a good film for you.
I loved the different personalities and outfits of each fairy! The story has a nice twist at the end too, however I won’t spoil it. You will have to watch it to find out. Mostly its believable and even if some of it isn’t, it is supposed to be a fairy tale! You might just find yourself believing in fairies after watching this if you don’t already!
That’s why I enjoyed the film, the story not to far fetched to be believable!
I hope you can enjoy watching this as I did!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Director Justin G. Dyck
Writer Keith Cooper
Actors Emily Agard, Lora Burke, Brian Scott Carleton
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