Two worlds collide, when the modern aristocrat, Princess Courtney, and the famous rock star, Erika Juno, accidentally switch places with each other. Now, by an unintentional mix-up, the beautiful noblewoman arrives in Camp Pop, while the talented singer finds herself all alone in Camp Royalty. Little by little, as both rival camps attempt to remedy this awkward situation, the girls try their best to adjust, making unforeseen and exciting new friendships. Will the Princess and the Rock Star embrace their differences to shine at this summer's grand singing competition?Written by
When Courtney tells her bunk mates a story about her sabotaging a duchess' portrait, it is a refrence to the movie "Barbie in The Princess and the Rockstar". In that movie the main character replaces her aunt's protrait with that of a donkey. See more »
Yes the plot was predictable (they pretty much revealed everything in the trailer after all) but the animation was beautiful. The fact that everyone's faces weren't the same model but having differences (wider, thinner, shorter faces than the usual heart shape) was a plus to myself and my younger sisters. Especially one of my sisters due to the fact she is rounder in the face and now can see such reflected in the film rather than all the same.
The expressions were amazing as well considering how they aptly changed with practically every word (Finn Oxford is a good example of this) and all the little expressions made it much more enjoyable.
The songs were catchy and there was funny movements, myself and my sisters included found it was a step up from the last movie (Princess Power) and we enjoyed the easter eggs (Lady Anne's office - see you can spot them.)
As an enjoyer of Barbie Movies having watched them all with my younger sisters, this is not our favourite of the Barbie films but it is reasonably high up the list. We found it enjoyable and fun.
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