When a magical butterfly kisses the kind princess, Kara, the crime-fighting hero, Super Sparkle, emerges. Now, along with her strong cousin, they must deal with the Baron, the kingdom's real enemy. Will the super-girls teach him a lesson?
Barbie and her athletic best friends slip into their smart outfits when a secret intelligence agency wants to use their special skills to stop a series of gem robberies. Will the Spy Squad succeed in this difficult cat-and-mouse game?
When the gracious young Princess, Tori, trades places with her favourite singer, Keira, the girls will have to work together to save the realm of Meribella. Will the Princess and the Pop Star learn to appreciate the power of uniqueness?
The creative mermaid, Lumina, not only has the power to change the colour of pearls and make them dance, but she is also a great hairdresser. With the Royal Ball only hours away, will she unlock her destiny as the realm's Pearl Princess?
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?
Merliah, the surf girl and enchanting mermaid princess, gets her ticket to success for the ultimate surfing tournament; however, when her magic necklace gets stolen, Aquellia will be in danger. Will she believe in herself to save the day?
One day, after being kissed by a magical butterfly, Kara soon discovers she has amazing super powers allowing her to transform into Super Sparkle, her secret, crime-fighting alter ego who flies around the kingdom ready to save the day! But it's not long before her jealous cousin catches the butterfly and also transforms - this time into Dark Sparkle, her nemesis.
The little girls in the audience were pretending to have princess powers during the end credits so I guess it worked for them. I found it an at times funny, bright and smart comedy with a few amusing pop culture references and unique 'girly' super hero ideas. The name Barbie is not mentioned at all which was a surprise to me, while the weakest moments were the scenes with the Baron and his frog, all they did was annoy. Musical interludes of pop songs were not bad because they are not overused. The short running time is mandatory thankfully because the backbone of the story about planting a vegetable garden is stretched Once was enough for me but i assume most kids are going to love it.
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