Barbie and her sisters take off on another exciting, global adventure to visit their friend Ken at his summer internship at a beautiful and exotic coral reef.
|Release Date||:||October 13, 2017|
|Genres||:||Fantasy, Animation, Adventure, Family|
|Production Company||:||Mattel, Arc Productions|
|Director||:||Conrad Helten, Michael Douglas|
|Casts||:||Erica Lindbeck, Claire Margaret Corlett, Kazumi Evans, Alyssya Swales|
This is without a doubt, the highest form of Autism. To think that we have gone from visual and literary masterpieces like Shawshank Redemption, to garbage like this. It's flat out unacceptable that movies like this even get made. This film, it's like what Taylor Swift is to Mozarta literal disgrace to the entire core concept of that media's origin. And to think, Hollywood is wondering why so many big budget movies are flopping nowadays, well, take a look at this right here, because it's a very prime example of what is destroying the entire concept and passion of film. If the creators of this...abomination cared about anything except for money, they would immediately destroy this movie and submit a formal apology across all forms of social media. Then, at least they could attempt to craft an original work of art; one that hopefully doesn't just piggy-back off of 50 year old girl dolls.
People may like this movie, but I really only think it's because they don't know any better. I don't like this movie because, unlike them, I actually care about films, and the art form they invariably stand for.