Special features include an interactive Magical Guide To Pixie Hollow, a four-minute featurette Ever Wonder, a DVD-ROM-based game Tinker Trainer, a three-minute music video Fly To Your Heart, a ten-minute making-of featurette Creating Pixie Hollow, six deleted scenes, and previews.
Have you ever wondered how snowflakes are made, or how a flower gets it color
The computer-animated, anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows very good resolution and deep black levels, which, when combined with the nicely rendered shadows, gives the picture a natural, dimensional appearance. The color scheme used is broad, and colors are balanced well with good saturation. Fleshtones appear fairly natural, assuming that fairies have skin colors similar to humans, and contrast is balanced nicely. Compression artifacts are minor and not overly distracting, and edge enhancement is rarely noticeable. (Danny Richelieu)
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