Never Judge a NeverBeast by it's Look
Fairy Fawn loves animals and often brings them home to Pixie Hollow causing other fairies to run scared and the elite Scout Fairies to try and capture what ever her latest animal friend is. So when Fawn heads in to the forest and befriends a mysterious, extremely large creature known as the NeverBeast it can only mean chaos and trouble. With Tinker Bell and the other fairies initially fearful of this furry monster which Fawn has brought home it is going to take Fawn all her love to convince them that the NeverBeast is a friend and to help her save him from those Scout Fairies who want to capture him.
First things first and for those who have enjoyed the previous five Tinker Bell movies, yes "Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast" is the sixth in this animated series, this is as entertaining as the others. The animation work is still beautiful, the characters are still fun and yes they are still cute, which I appreciate might annoy some. Basically this is still for me the wholesome, fun entertainment which has made this series of movies entertaining not only with younger audiences but also some grown-ups as well.
Now "Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast" doesn't require a lot of reviewing as some characters don't appear but we also get new characters in the elite Scout Fairies who take things very seriously when it comes to their job protecting Pixie Hollow. But this is an animated movie which alongside the nice artwork and perky soundtrack has a message as Fawn refuses to judge animals on their appearance and sets out to convince others not to judge the NeverBeast just because he looks different.
What this all boils down to is that "Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast" is not only more cute fun from these Tinker Bell movies but it also has a wholesome message running alongside all the fun.