As Barbie and her sisters enjoy their vacation at a sun-kissed island resort, a rare Gemstone dolphin goes missing. Will she and her mysterious new friend, Isla, find it? And, above all, will Isla share her well-hidden secret with Barbie?
"In this fun, underwater adventure, Barbie and her sisters visit Ken at his summer internship where he works at a coral reef researching dolphins. While diving and exploring the reef, the sisters discover rare, rainbow-colored dolphins who only visit once a year. This amazing find encourages them to learn more about preserving the coral and all the sea life that lives there. That's when they meet Isla, a mysterious new friend who's also on a mission to save the coral. What seems like a simple task turns out to be quite the adventure when it's revealed Isla is really a mermaid. But there's no time to celebrate having a mermaid for a friend, because Isla needs the help of Barbie and her sisters, and the gemstone dolphins to save the day."Written by
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Live In A Moment
Written by Jordyn Shankle, Mansa Wakili, Cheapshot (as Colton Fisher), Jason Rabinowitz, and Jaron Lamot
Performed by The Math Club featuring Jorydn Kane
Published by Songs of Mattel (BMI), Mattel Rhapsody (ASCAP), The Math Club Music (BMI) and Bad at Math Music (ASCAP) See more »
The Highest Form of Autism
This is without a doubt, the highest form of Autism. To think that we have gone from visual and literary masterpieces like Shawshank Redemption, to garbage like this. It's flat out unacceptable that movies like this even get made. This film, it's like what Taylor Swift is to Mozart——a literal disgrace to the entire core concept of that media's origin. And to think, Hollywood is wondering why so many big budget movies are flopping nowadays, well, take a look at this right here, because it's a very prime example of what is destroying the entire concept and passion of film. If the creators of this...abomination cared about anything except for money, they would immediately destroy this movie and submit a formal apology across all forms of social media. Then, at least they could attempt to craft an original work of art; one that hopefully doesn't just piggy-back off of 50 year old girl dolls.
People may like this movie, but I really only think it's because they don't know any better. I don't like this movie because, unlike them, I actually care about films, and the art form they invariably stand for.
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