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Barbie Video Game Hero (2017)

Not Rated | | Animation | Video 17 January 2017
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Join Barbie as she enters three different video games! Will she be able to save the lands?

Directors:

Conrad Helten, Ezekiel Norton (as Zeke Norton) | 1 more credit »

Writers:

Nina G. Bargiel (as Nina Bargiel), Jennifer Skelly (additional writing by)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Erica Lindbeck ... Barbie (voice)
Sienna Bohn ... Teresa / Countdown Clock (voice)
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Maia / Renee (voice)
Michael Dobson ... Cutie / Video Game Narrator (voice)
Alyssya Swales Alyssya Swales ... Chelsea (voice)
Rebekah Asselstine ... Bella (voice)
Brad Swaile ... Kris (voice)
Sam Vincent ... Virus / Squirrels (voice)
Ingrid Nilson ... Crystal (voice)
Nesta Cooper ... Gaia (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Ranford Jason Ranford ... Barney (voice)
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Storyline

Get ready to power up! When BarbieTM magically gets pulled into her favorite video game, she is excited to see she's transformed into a fun roller-skating character. In the game, she meets Cutie, the lovable cloud-shaped friend, and Bella, the roller-skating princess. Together, they soon discover a mischievous emoji is trying to take control of the game. As they travel from level to level, BarbieTM must rely on her amazing gaming skills and out-of-the box thinking to save her team and beat the game!

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Barbie en un mundo de videojuegos See more »

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Mattel Creations See more »
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Trivia

On the Minecraft level, while the characters are all antagonizing the virus, Bella has three small blocks on her fingers which she taps together while saying "Virus, come out and play". This is a direct reference to the movie The Warriors. See more »

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References The Warriors (1979) See more »

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Get up and Move
Written by Jordyn Kane, Brayden Deskins, Colton Fisher, Jason Rabinowitz, Mansa Wakili, Kelli Wakili, Jaron Lamot, Rayna Zemel
Performed by The Math Club feat Jordyn Kane
Produced by The Math Club
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why was this given the OK?
3 December 2017 | by jcamjr-06246See all my reviews

the way I see it, this movie is, in a way, stealing from the emoji movie. this was most likely done because at the time, the emoji movie was a popular, not good, but popular thing to talk about, so having the villain be an emoji was most likely trying to cash in on the popularity (again, not saying it was good.) of the emoji movie. the emoji movie is probably one of the worst thing to try to steal from. aside from that, the animation is very poor and uncanny. don't let your kids watch this.


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