Mom and dad dump son Cody, daughter Abby, her best friend Marcella and a baby on the farm with Grandpa and Grandma. Purple dinosaur Barney soon appears to entertain kids, and when a large ... See full summary »
With a little help from Barney and a big imagination, the children enjoy a fun-filled day at "Baby Bop's School" where every lesson includes unexpected surprises. Join Ashley, Hannah, ... See full summary »
When a surprise package arrives from Miss Vera Goode with her new "Book of Manners for Children," Barney's friends question why minding their manners is so important. Barney explains that ... See full summary »
BJ makes the trip a photo safari, taking pictures of all the animals, while Baby Bop looks for a real elephant to show to her doll "Nelly the Elephant." And there's an unexpected guest - ... See full summary »
Barney, BJ, Baby Bop and their new friends discover anything can happen in The Land of Make Believe. When a puzzled young princess from a storybook magically appears, the group begins a ... See full summary »
At Barney's house, imagination can make anything happen at any time. That's why BJ, Baby Bop, and some of their young friends are treated to surprising inventions, rock 'n' roll singing ... See full summary »
Mom and dad dump son Cody, daughter Abby, her best friend Marcella and a baby on the farm with Grandpa and Grandma. Purple dinosaur Barney soon appears to entertain kids, and when a large colorful egg deposited on a farm by a shooting star is accidentally carted off, Barney and kids start their chase for it. Written by
Originally planned as a Direct-to-Video release. See more »
While at Miss Goldfinch's house, Barney and his young friends are astounded to see the magical egg move and wriggle. However, minutes before they'd already seen the egg move and wriggle back in the barn when they first found it. See more »
No dinosaur was harmed during the making of this film. See more »
Movie or slow-motion projectile vomiting captured on film?
Barney the Dinosaur on television is tolerable. At least it has some educational value. This film, however, smokes the proverbial pole like few other children's films ever have. It is almost as if the producers wanted to see what an entire movie made of first takes would look like. The children are insipid, the adult actors were probably hired from casting calls at community theaters or special needs living facilities and the Dino-characters are more annoying than the squeakiest Pokemon you could imagine. This is a perfect example of an opportunity to make a good film out of an already successful television character squandered by lazy production and lack of funding. You would likely get more use from 5 dollars by eating it than spending it on this DVD.
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