To save Ken from the love-smitten passion-fairy, Princess Graciella, Barbie, her stylish fairy-friends, and her co-star travel to the glamorous fairy-city of Gloss Angeles. Is the power of friendship greater than magic?
When the gracious young Princess, Tori, trades places with her favourite singer, Keira, the girls will have to work together to save the realm of Meribella. Will the Princess and the Pop Star learn to appreciate the power of uniqueness?
Merliah, the surf girl and enchanting mermaid princess, gets her ticket to success for the ultimate surfing tournament; however, when her magic necklace gets stolen, Aquellia will be in danger. Will she believe in herself to save the day?
Marooned on an idyllic islet, the beautiful young woman, Ro, sees her world turn upside down, when an adventurous prince takes her and her furry friends to explore civilisation. Could Ro be Rosella, the missing Island Princess?
The creative mermaid, Lumina, not only has the power to change the colour of pearls and make them dance, but she is also a great hairdresser. With the Royal Ball only hours away, will she unlock her destiny as the realm's Pearl Princess?
Get ready for Barbie A Fairy Secret, an amazing adventure with Barbie where she discovers there are fairies living secretly all around us! When Ken is suddenly whisked away by a group of fairies, Barbie's two fashion stylist friends reveal they are actually fairies and that Ken has been taken to a magical secret fairy world not far away! Barbie and her rival Raquelle take off with the fairy friends on an action-packed journey to bring him back. Along the way they must stick together and learn that the real magic lies not just in the fairy world itself, but in the power of friendship.Written by
During the red carpet scene early in the film "Makena" from "Barbie Presents : Thumbelina" can be seen attempting to gain an autograph from Barbie, Raquelle however swoops in and signs much to Makena's annoyance. See more »
Tracey Clinger here,at the premiere of Barbie's latest movie,where top stylists are sharing their secret for dressing a superstar.Taylor?Carrie?
I can sum it up in one word,Tracey...
Look.It's Crystal.Let's say hi.It's been forever.
[pull Taylor's hand]
Carrie,I'm on camera.Carrie!
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I think I understand the messages they were trying to get across with this film, women can be heroes, forgiveness and that you have to make an effort with friendship, but all they imaged to get across is that the important things in life are shoes, dresses and boyfriends. Barbie doesn't even care when her two friends leave at the end of the film.
The writers just took the storyline and the characters from Mariposa and A Mermaid Tale, added Ken and some inane dialogue to make it sound clever - "ugh, too many apps". I assume the action figures and merchandising are already available in the foyer??
All the things that made the early Barbie thing special - character development, original storyline, catchy songs, emotion, humour etc are missing. All we're left with is an empty, shallow 70 minutes of bright noise.
Avoid. For your children's sake.
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