An unfortunate incident with a powerful warlock sends the teenage Princess Annika on a mission to the magnificent Cloud Kingdom with her new friend: the wonderful flying-horse, Brietta. Will she break the wizard's spell to save her family?
The widowed King Randolph enlists the help of his cousin to teach his daughters the proper royal etiquette. Instead, she bans all dancing in the palace. Can the twelve dancing princesses save the kingdom with their late mother's gift?
In Fairytopia's Magic Meadow, the beautiful sprite, Elina, longs for a sparkling set of wings. When the evil Laverna weakens all flying creatures, Elina must find the Guardian Fairy, Azura. Can a single little fairy thwart Laverna's plans?
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Tabitha St. Germain
Inspired by Mark Twain's fascinating novel, Princess Anneliese finds an unexpected friendship when she meets her humble look-alike, Erika. Will the Princess and the Pauper thwart the plans of the Queen's scheming advisor, Preminger?
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?
In anticipation of the season's first magical rainbow, Elina travels to Fairytopia's renowned School of Fairies to improve her skills; however, the envious Laverna intends to doom the land to an eternal winter. Will good triumph over evil?
Barbie (Kelly Sheridan) shows that if you are kind, clever and brave, anything is possible in this tale of Clara (Kelly Sheridan) and her amazing Nutcracker (Kirby Morrow), who set off on an adventure to find the Sugarplum Princess.
Unable to understand why her parents are so overly protective and treat her like a child, the strong-willed teenager and talented ice-skater, Princess Annika, is about to discover a well-hidden secret. After an unfortunate incident with the powerful warlock, Wenlock, Annika embarks on a frozen adventure to the magnificent Cloud Kingdom in the skies, with her new friend: the wonderful flying-horse, Brietta. As Annika meets loyal companions on the way, will she be able to break the wizard's spell to save her family?Written by
I do get pleasure of the Barbie movies, they are not masterpieces but they are not movies to be scorned at either, at least in my view. And I really enjoyed Magic of Pegasus, just as much as Nutcracker, Diamond Castle and Prince and the Pauper. The dialogue is at times corny, and I did feel some scenes like Wenlock at the beginning felt rushed. However, the story itself is very imaginative and cute with an excellent moral, the characters(though Aidan may take some getting used to) are engaging with Annika a likable heroine, Pegasus adorable and Wenlock one of the better Barbie movie villains and the music is great, classical music enthusiasts will love snippets of Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony and Grieg's Hall of the Mountain King. The voice work is solid, and the animation is really beautiful especially in the ice-skating sequences. All in all, one of the better Barbie movies. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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