To save Ken from the love-smitten passion-fairy, Princess Graciella, Barbie, her stylish fairy-friends, and her co-star travel to the glamorous fairy-city of Gloss Angeles. Is the power of friendship greater than magic?
Get ready for Barbie A Fairy Secret, an amazing adventure with Barbie where she discovers there are fairies living secretly all around us! When Ken is suddenly whisked away by a group of fairies, Barbie's two fashion stylist friends reveal they are actually fairies and that Ken has been taken to a magical secret fairy world not far away! Barbie and her rival Raquelle take off with the fairy friends on an action-packed journey to bring him back. Along the way they must stick together and learn that the real magic lies not just in the fairy world itself, but in the power of friendship.Written by
During the red carpet scene early in the film "Makena" from "Barbie Presents : Thumbelina" can be seen attempting to gain an autograph from Barbie, Raquelle however swoops in and signs much to Makena's annoyance. See more »
Tracey Clinger here,at the premiere of Barbie's latest movie,where top stylists are sharing their secret for dressing a superstar.Taylor?Carrie?
I can sum it up in one word,Tracey...
Look.It's Crystal.Let's say hi.It's been forever.
[pull Taylor's hand]
Carrie,I'm on camera.Carrie!
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These movies are getting worse and worse. Bring back the old style and old Barbie. They are also not entirely appropriate for a 3-5 year old. Sad. They have attempted to modernize Barbie and taken away her sweetness and innocence and made her into an annoying teenager with a cell phone. She doesn't even look like Barbie anymore. The fantasy is gone. Barbie is supposed to be hip and modern- it is like the movie producers are ignoring the 3-5 year old genre and targeting 8-10 year olds. But the main audience is 3-5. What 10 year old wants to watch this? That being said my 4 year old enjoyed it, but I am not sure I did and I am not sure I like the new influence. I think we will stick with old Barbie movies on reruns. This pales in comparison to Three Musketeers or Princess and the Pauper. Get those instead.
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