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WinX Club: Magical Adventure (Nickelodeon DVD)


Picture: B-†††† Sound: B-†††† Extras: C†††† Episodes: C+



Bloom and her friends are WinX, magical princess guardian fairies of the magical dimension. Now that Bloom has inherited her heritage as a magical princess, her happiness is short lived when she discovers she can not go to the Princess Ball with Prince Sky. Meanwhile, the Ancestral Witches use the Trix to destroy the Tree of Life to destroy all the positive magic from the magical dimension. It is up to the Bloom, Stella, Flora, Tecna, Muse and Aisha to save the magical realm and reunites Bloom with Sky on Nickelodeonís WinX Club: Magical Adventure


This is a magical story for all young girls who dream of being princesses; hip teen idols that can turn into magical girls/fairies, as long as they 'believix' themselves and each other nothing can stop them. They battle the Trix, 3 evil witches who try and constantly to take over the universe. The WinX are constantly backed up by their space faring techno boyfriends (who are also happen to be various princes, each with of their own planet). In order to find more powerful magic to fight evil, Bloom and the WinX must find their hidden powers to transform into more powerful fairies. 


Created originally by Italian cartoonists, WinX was bought and license by the American company, Nickelodeon. It is like a mix of Barbie and a Western version of Sailor Moon, appealing to the young modern girl's dreams of princesses, guardian fairies, pop idols who can transform into magical girls across multiple dimension, which allows anything to happen but also makes evil bad guys become a new threat to the universe in each episode. It is a visual eye candy, but has a weak and predictable same plot for each episode.At least the picture and sound are top rate, but extras are weak.



-†† Ricky Chiang


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