Barbie: Star Light Adventure

2016

Action / Animation / Family

24
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 259

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Cast

Dwight Schultz as Constantine
Ben Bledsoe as Artemis
720p 1080p
582.61 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 19 min
P/S 9 / 84
1.21 GB
1920*1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 19 min
P/S 9 / 44

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by aloonwolf 9 / 10

A fun ride

This film is visually stunning, has entertaining characters, good songs and some nice humour. The story is a little bland and confusing; it starts with a fully formed world quite different to our own with no clear explanation as to what's going on. But maybe that's for the viewer to figure out or manufacture for themselves from their imagination. And of course if the viewer wants more story they can buy the toys and create their own adventures with these characters. But every moment of the film is hugely entertaining, and when it seemed the story was reaching a false ending halfway through the film, only to continue with more story, I was surprised to find that was the real ending, and I had already been watching the film for over an hour! Great fun, I wanted more...

Reviewed by Aakifah Solomon 7 / 10

Barbie to the galaxy's rescue

"Might contain spoilers"

Okay, so as an avid watcher - not exactly a fan, but I have watched around 95% of the Mattel Barbie movies - I went into this movie thinking that it was going to be different and innovative.

The concept and idea was good. The animation, voice acting, lighting, and color was vibrant and lovely. They've really upper their game over the past few years. I did miss the inclusion of Kelly Sheridan as Barbie since I've grown accustomed to her wonderful voice. But Erica was a stunning replacement.

The animation itself screamed sophistication. Yes, a few animals lacked pizazz and creativity, but nobody's perfect. The animal preserve scenes were gorgeous. The city too.

My qualms stem from the obvious - Barbie must always save the day, Barbie must always be a goody-two-shoes, Barbie somehow always ends up shrouded in magical sparkles. Yes, it's kinda glorious and sparkly and pretty, but it gets repetitive. I was pleasantly surprised by her lack of outfit change in the climax. I was silently hoping she stayed in her practical gear. And she did. The movie sent forth a vibe that was a cross between Star Trek and Stars Wars. I know, I know. Shame on me for comparing a piece of trash, kid's movie to STAR WARS, right? But the controls, the ship, the aliens on the planet . . . Well, they looked eerily familiar. Not to mention Barbie's resemblance to a certain female called Rey. Just saying.

There was also something a little off in the third act. I somehow felt as though something was missing - some huge chunk of the end. I guess I was expecting a villain trying to steal the stars or enslave the galaxy, or maybe even the king turning out to be the bad guy. Hints were dropped throughout the movie only to leave me dissatisfied with a lackluster conclusion to a promising tale.

Overall, if a little more planning had gone into the plot, the movie would have been a solid addition to the Barbie franchise. I do love the science fiction aspect, really. But the plot holes seemed to be akin to black holes.

Reviewed by Al Moon 10 / 10

Love this movie

Glad to see such an innovative new addition to the Barbie films. I am an adult that appreciates the positivity and good production value of these films. My kids love each installment with rare exception. There's always quality in voice acting, CGI and some funny small details signaling that they do intact "try" and succeed. They definitely aren't just for children and a child's attention deficits shouldn't correlate with the quality of the movie per a previous reviewer. I think that this film definitely deserves a ten out of ten and I look forward to seeing future innovative Barbie installments. They can't make enough Barbie movies! (: In fact, if Mattel is reading this please make more.

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