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Barbie and the Secret Door 2014
Description: It's the ultimate fairytale musical! Barbie stars as Alexa, a shy princess who discovers a secret door in her kingdom and enters a whimsical land filled with magical monsters and surprises. Inside, Alexa meets Romy and Nori, a mermaid and a fairy, who explain that a spoiled ruler called Malucia is trying to take all the magic in the land. To her surprise, Alexa has magical powers in this world, and her fresh mates are certain that only she can restore their magic. Explore what happens when Alexa finds the courage to stand up for what's right and learns that the power of friendship is far more precious than magic.
Released: 07 Aug 2014 Director: Karen J. Lloyd Writers: Brian Hohlfeld Actors: Kelly Sheridan, Brittany McDonald, Ashleigh Ball, Chanelle Peloso Genres: Animation, Family
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Just complete watching this film with my 11 year old daughter. She commented that this is the worst Barbie film she has ever watched and we have watched them all. This film seems to cater to 5 year old's with it's excessive color schemes and tired plot formula. How many times can Barbie films center around fairies, mermaids and princesses? How many times do we have to watch Barbie (or her character) have a problem, visit a magic globe and then have everything turn out fine in the end? How about dealing with some reality? There are so many true life scenarios that children should learn from, instead of everytime relying on create believe, magic and fantasy lands. But then again what do I know? Maybe my daughter is just growing up. After all, she loved the 'Book Thief' movie.


A nice movie. I bought this from Amazon.com and was first in the e-queue but also was a tiny puzzled, as when I showed the film off most folks had already seen it. Apparently there are a entire load of sites where you can watch this film for gratis on-line.However the children really did play it and as later as the film complete they pressed enjoy and watched it again, which they have not done since Tinkerbell a nice sign of cash well spent. The scenes were bright and colourful, the storyline engaging, a tiny more thrills and fun. The dopey mermaid was funny and the grandmother was kinda cool as well.For a film advertised as a musical, regretfully, the songs were weak. The children hummed away on the old Barbie tunes, but not so here. Although she does enjoy the part of the reluctant hero, which is good, no explanation is given why she is so reluctant. What happened to the brave and inspiring Barbie of old who fought vs all kinds of monsters, wizards, witches etc. "Fighting an evil princess, I don't think I can do that." She plays a cowardly role and wanders around far too much. Barbie was uninspiring. There was such tiny characterisation built up, the whole cast seemed one dimensional and we should not create ourselves care about any of them. No matter how much problem they got into we were so distant from the film we should not have cared less. This was the films largest flaw zero empathy.When the characters had their magic drained they could have fallen deathly ill, grey skin, feverish, then there should have been a sense of urgency to the plot, that these mates had to push their fears aside, band together and rescue their fellows, quickly, but there was no clock ticking away in the background to add anything so was the usual slow paced offering. We watched Malucia steal powers, attack people, and we were all very disappointed when she was given such a trivial punishment at the end, there was a true sense of injustice.Would be keen to see a love storyline next, something like beauty and the beast(-ish) maybe.All in all a nice movie, well worth a watch or rent.


It is very simple to meet the 'Barbie' movies with a lot of dislike and scorn and they are all very lowly rated here (despite some favourable reviews). It is understandable to take trouble with the dialogue (a fair several are ropy in this regard), the predictability of the stories, the odd annoying character, the animation in a several (not all are well animated) and whether there is enough for adults to hold interest.Despite not being the main goal audience, to me they are mostly better than given credit for, simple to take them for what they are and don't deserve to be dismissed as baby-ish and for tiny women only (a very narrow minded generalisation). Are they animation masterpieces? No. Are they among the greatest movies ever made? Again no. Are they worth watching if taken for what they are? Absolutely for most of them. Most of them look nice if not having the polish of studios specialising in pc animation (Pixar for one), often nice music, nice lessons and messages, a nice deal of charm, have their heart in the right zone and have entertaining characters well voiced (some had actors of considerable calibre like Tim Curry, Anjelica Huston, Martin Short and Kelsey Grammar, all of them terrific in their respective outings Curry especially) and a likable game hero that particularly young women can relate to.'Barbie and the Secret Door' regrettably didn't much for me. Certainly it is much better than 'A Fairy Secret', 'A Fashion Fairytale' and 'The Princess and the Popstar', it would take a lot for a 'Barbie' movie to be worse than those three. However, it is no 'Nutcracker', 'Diamond Castle', 'Island Princess', 'Pink Shoes', 'Prince and the Pauper' and '12 Dancing Princesses'. Despite leaving me indifferent, 'Barbie and the Secret Door' doesn't offend anybody really and passes the time if you have tiny better to do.Starting with the faults, the storyline is too much of a Hodge podge of concepts tried, inspected and already worn to the ground, giving a true sense that the 'Barbie' franchise has run out of ideas. It means that the story-telling lacks any type of surprises, which does take away from properly enjoying it, and that some of it is dull too makes it less forgivable. Also don't think the mix of traditional and modern works, the traditional aspects have moments of colorful magic and a nostalgic quality but the modern aspects are clumsy and juxtaposes far too much with the traditional, can understand what they were trying to do but it was a situation of trying too difficult to do too much and benefiting more from either or and less is more.The dialogue has rarely been a powerful suit in a 'Barbie' film, even in the movies in the better half of the series but not quite among the very greatest of it. That's an understatement in the situation of the dialogue here, which really doesn't flow and the worst of it makes the toes curl. Although the characters are great enough, the lack of hero development makes them bland and archetypal too. The only hero that has tips of it and where something relatively various is tried is with the villain.Was underwhelmed mostly by the soundtrack. There has everytime been a preference for the more classical music-oriented soundtracks (which is a huge part of why the first three 'Barbie' movies are in the better half of the series) but having a more modern approach has rarely bothered me. The first couple of songs were upbeat and the villain's song was quite nice and the only one to drive the storyline forward or do anything to the character, the rest despite some surprisingly nice visual choreography are ear-bleeding terrible. Again, most of the animation is a long method from bad, but there were a several instances where the bright colours got a tiny excessive.Despite how negative this all sounds, 'Barbie and the Secret Door' does have enough to create it watchable. The animation mostly really isn't bad, believe me anything from Video Brinquedo and Spark Plug Entertainment and all the (computer-animated) 'Swan Princess' sequels and those for 'Alpha and Omega' are far worse looking than any 'Barbie' movie place together, have never felt physically ill watching a 'Barbie' film, even the ones that are not good. There are bright colours, handsome and imaginative backgrounds and the hero designs and movements have natural freedom rather than being stiff. Oh and those dresses are superb and any pre-schooler woman who loves princesses will wish to wear them.Although the storyline is less than perfect, it does have pretty and charming moments and has its heart in the right place. Appreciated the positive messaging, hardly fresh the messages taught but done in a method that's heartfelt and not like the movie is talking at you. The hero interactions have their appealing charm and create up for the lack of depth. The villain is a lot of fun, though her trivial punishment was indeed a slap in the face. Along with likable and resourceful Alexa, the grandmother's role was very enjoyable.Voice acting is cute nice and done with a lot of spirit. Cannot imagine Barbie without Kelly Sheridan (the 'Barbie' movies without her did suffer from her absence on top of even bigger problems) and she continues to grow. Ashleigh Ball is other standout.In summation, not terrible but not particularly good. 5/10 Bethany Cox



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