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 »
I have to say, I'm disappointed. To be fair, when the Barbie movies first started coming out (2nd generation onward, I mean), I was already way older than the target audience LOL So yes, watching them now is really just for kicks and giggles. That being said, the quality of these movies has gone so far downhill it's rather cringe-worthy. The fact that this is the third movie to riff off the Princess and the Pauper storyline suggests that Mattel isn't even TRYING any more; they know as long as they slap 'Barbie' on it, it's going to sell. Something that was further reinforced when I noticed that the flautist in the movie is holding her flute wrong EVERY TIME SHE'S ON SCREEN. And yet, NO ONE CAUGHT THIS!! So yeah, maybe a decent movie by target-audience standards, but a sad effort by Mattel overall.
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