Bibi Blocksberg is a girl with special powers: she is a witch. With her best friend Tina brings her summer holidays at the riding school. Together the girls are riding every day. But this ...
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Bibi Blocksberg is a girl with special powers: she is a witch. With her best friend Tina brings her summer holidays at the riding school. Together the girls are riding every day. But this summer there are quite a few problems. Such is the beautiful but unreliable Sophia. She is behind Tina's boyfriend Alexander. She tries to get him to go with her to boarding school in England. Tina is completely overwrought. And if that was not bad enough, the wily businessman Hans Kakmann doing its utmost to Alexander's father to extort the colt Socrates. On the day of the great horse race at the castle Bibi knows not what to do and who they should stand up. Not only Socrates is at stake, but also her friendship with Tina.Written by
Beautiful pop-horse-teenage-movie about friendship
I got to see this flick at the premiere in Berlin and didn't expect much from it - mainly because i'm way out of the target group for this film. Bibi & Tina is targeted at young-preteen-horse-loving girls, and i am 31 and male ;-)
The world is based on the German comic strip Bibi & Tina, which also released a lot of audio-books (or the other way around?) owned by the company Kiddinx. One of the girls is a witch and also has her own brand "Bibi Blocksberg" which is just about her, living at home with her witch-mom. In Bibi & Tina, Bibi Blocksberg is always on holidays at her best friends horse-adventure-holiday-camp, the girl is called Tina. She's not allowed to use her witchcraft there.... but you know how children are.. this witchcraft thing is just too tempting!
I Don't wanna spoil the story, but here's why i enjoyed the movie very mucho: Awesome villains, believable heart-touching friendship stuff happening on screen, very good casting in general, happy screaming kids in the movie theater, and the very well produced and written songs they sing in the movie, which gave the whole film a touching deepness i really didn't expect.
If you have children: Definitely go and see it! With or without them ;-)
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