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When the Enchantress asks the apprentices to perform the flight of spring, Glee (Elina's friend), has her hands folded over in front of her; when she walks forward, her hands still folded over go straight through her crotch area and out behind her still in the same position. See more »
I do get some pleasure out of the Barbie movies, and while not one of my favourites like Nutcracker, Diamond Castle and The Prince and the Pauper it is an enjoyable movie. The dialogue is on the corny and saccharine side(though there are some nice sophisticated jokes) and while sweet and well meaning the characters are not really all that plausible and are little different than they are in other entries. However, it is beautifully animated, has music that is whimsical and memorable, a slightly thin but very cute and charming story complete with some appreciative messaging and the voice acting is never too cutesy or shrill. In a nutshell, Magic of the Rainbow was an enjoyable movie, but not quite what I call a great movie. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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