Forest Fairies

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  • TV-G
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 6.5  (118)

Forest Fairies is a charming family movie from 2015 about two young girls, Amanda and Tracy, who embark on an adventure through the woods, discovering the world of fairies, helping to save their home and their father's business. The story centers around Amanda and Tracy, two sisters whose father owns a camping supply store that is struggling to stay afloat. In an attempt to boost business, their dad creates a camping and adventure program for kids, which Amanda and Tracy are eager to participate in. However, on the first day of the program, the girls and their group get lost in the woods.

As they try to find their way back, the girls stumble upon a hidden world of fairies who are in trouble. The fairies' home, which is in the trees, is being threatened by a group of developers who want to build a resort on the land. Amanda and Tracy, along with their new fairy friends, set out to stop the developers and save the fairy's home.

The movie does a great job at making the fairy world seem magical and believable. The fairies are not the typical 'Tinkerbell Disney-style' fairies but are instead more nature-inspired and grounded in reality. They have the ability to make plants bloom and control the weather, making the forest a beautiful and enchanting place. The fairies are voiced by children, which adds to the whimsical nature of the film.

The two lead actresses, Emily Agard and Lora Burke, who play Amanda and Tracy, respectively, do a fantastic job at portraying their characters. Their chemistry feels natural, and their relationship feels authentic. The two sisters have a strong bond that is tested throughout the movie, but they always stick together and help each other out.

Brian Scott Carleton, who portrays their dad, also delivers a solid performance. He brings a sense of warmth and humor to the character that is needed in a movie like this. The father-daughter relationship is heartwarming and adds an additional emotional layer to the film.

Forest Fairies is not just a feel-good movie for children; it has valuable life lessons as well. The film promotes the importance of family, the environment, and teamwork. The movie suggests that people of all ages can work together and achieve their goals.

The film's direction and cinematography are also noteworthy, with beautiful shots of the forest, mountains, and creeks. The movie has a recognizable Canadian feel and highlights the country's natural beauty. The production design in the movie is also commendable, with fantastic sets and costumes.

The score composed by Michael Maas is a highlight of the film. It perfectly captures the wonder and magic of the forest and adds to the overall ethereal vibe of the movie. It's not often that we get to hear such an outstanding score in movies, especially in family-friendly films.

In conclusion, Forest Fairies is a delightful movie that is perfect for the whole family. It is heartwarming, visually stunning, and packed with valuable life lessons. It's a must-see for fans of fairy tales, adventure movies, and family films. If you want an entertaining and wholesome film, look no further than Forest Fairies.

Forest Fairies is a 2015 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

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    1 hr 30 min
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (118)