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5 October 2005 (Hungary) See more »
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Princess Annika (Barbie) escapes the clutches of the evil wizard, explores the wonders of Cloud Kingdom... See more » | Add synopsis »
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An Imaginative Family Movie See more (9 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Kelly Sheridan ... Princess Annika / Troll / Wife #3 (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Shiver / Queen / Rayla The Cloud Queen / Troll / Wife #1 / Eric (voice)
Lalainia Lindbjerg ... Brietta / Troll / Wife #2 (voice) (as Lalania Lindbjerg)
Colin Murdock ... Wenlock (voice)

Mark Hildreth ... Aidan (voice)

Brian Drummond ... Ferris / Aidan's Father (voice)
Russell Roberts ... King (voice)

John DeSantis ... Ollie The Giant (voice) (as John Desantis)
Chantal Strand ... Rose (voice)

Jessica Amlee ... Blush (voice)

Andrea Libman ... Lilac (voice)
Stevie Vallance ... Troll (voice)
Russell Arons ... Outtake A.D. (voice)

Directed by
Greg Richardson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Elana Lesser 
Cliff Ruby 

Produced by
Luke Carroll .... producer
Jesyca C. Durchin .... producer
Rob Hudnut .... executive producer
Shelley Tabbut .... associate producer
Kim Dent Wilder .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Arnie Roth 
 
Film Editing by
Logan McPherson 
 
Production Design by
Walter P. Martishius 
 
Production Management
Cherish Bryck .... production manager
Jim Cerrotta .... post-production supervisor
Philip Mitchell .... executive in charge of production (as Phil Mitchell)
 
Art Department
Joel Carlson .... storyboard artist
Shaun Martens .... designer
 
Sound Department
Robert Duran .... sound designer
Robert Duran .... supervising sound editor
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Sergio Reyes .... re-recording mixer
B. Tennyson Sebastian III .... re-recording mixer (as Tennyson Sebastian III)
 
Visual Effects by
Patrick Beauchamp .... lighting supervisor
Peter Benson .... motion capture talent
Doug Calvert .... lead character animator
Robin Dutta .... digital effects artist
Jackie Fortin .... lead character animator
Shona Galbraith .... lead character animator
Erin Gillgannon .... lighting artist
Travis Guthrie .... modeler
Lorin Heath .... motion capture talent
Tricia Jellis .... digital effects supervisor
Stephen King .... lead character animator
Colleen Morton .... lead character animator
Joel Olmstead .... lead modeler
Terry Ray .... motion capture talent
Dominic Remane .... lighting artist
Frederic Simard .... digital artist
Ryan Singh .... digital compositor
Ryan Singh .... render wrangler
Bart Skorupski .... animator
Cailin Stadnyk .... motion capture talent
Donavon Stinson .... motion capture talent (as Donovon Stinson)
Debbie Timuss .... motion capture talent
James Wallace .... modeling supervisor
Jody Zoerb .... motion capture data editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Beauchamp .... lighting supervisor
Ram Sandhu .... lighting supervisor
 
Animation Department
Jeremy Brown .... animator
Conrad Helten .... animation supervisor
Christine Hubbard .... animator
Carleen Lay .... animation supervisor
Oscar Lo .... animator
Jeremy McCarron .... animation director
Hugo L. Morales .... animator (as Hugo Morales)
Gino Nichele .... animation director
Ryan O'Reilly .... animator
Grant Wilson .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Lee Alexander .... editorial support (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Arnie Roth .... conductor
Arnie Roth .... music arranger
Arnie Roth .... music producer
Arnie Roth .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Tara Browne .... administrative assistant
Karen Chan .... software technical lead
Vicki Jaeger .... creative consultant
Terry Klassen .... voice director
Anita Lee .... production coordinator
Kelly Shin .... production tracker
Derek Waters .... technical director
 

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USA:85 min (approx.) | Argentina:83 min
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Brie Larson sings the song 'Hope has wings' for the movie.See more »
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Hope Has WingsSee more »

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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
An Imaginative Family Movie, 10 October 2009
Author: sddavis63 (revsdd@gmail.com) from Durham Region, Ontario, Canada

My 5 year old daughter is very into the Barbie series of movies. I've had mixed feelings about that - not wanting her to buy into the whole Barbie-doll image of things, and recognizing that the movies are a marketing ploy to convince young girls to buy more dolls and make more money for Mattel. This morning though she asked me to watch this movie with her, and - it being a lazy Saturday morning and with not much else to do - I agreed. I don't know if the movies have been made to help market the dolls, which seem to be losing their appeal a bit from what I've heard or if the dolls are there to market the movies (or, more likely, a bit of both) but whichever is the case, I have to admit - somewhat to my surprise, this wasn't half bad.

It's a fun and imaginative story full of magical places and people and memorable characters (both good and evil.) Essentially, Annika ("played" by Barbie) has to find a way to build a "wand of light" to reverse the evil spells of the wizard Wenlock, who among other things has turned her sister into a flying horse and her parents into stone. The animation here was pretty good - not Disney-calibre (if one thinks of Disney as the standard to aspire to) but generally pretty good, and while the movie is obviously tailored to young girls rather than middle-aged men, I still found there were enough twists and turns to make me wonder how it was all going to turn out. It's true that there were some holes in the story, or at least some logical inconsistencies, but again one must remember the target audience, who wouldn't really think of such things. This is an all around decent family movie. 7/10

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