History WesternAnimation / BarbieAFashionFairytale

1st Jun '17 11:29:55 PM TrendingToon1
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* IdiosyncraticWipes: Several of these occur throughout the film.


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* OrbitalKiss: Barbie and Ken have one near the end.


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* TransformationSequence: Barbie ends up having one when Glimmer discovers her power to change an object's appearance.
17th May '17 7:00:15 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Lilianna Roxelle is basically a nicer [[UglyBetty Wilhemena Slater]].

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* {{Expy}}: Lilianna Roxelle is basically a nicer [[UglyBetty [[Series/UglyBetty Wilhemena Slater]].
6th Feb '16 4:32:17 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movies with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool tale is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movies with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of about it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story of a fairy tale because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool tale is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 12:05:16 PM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movies with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movies with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story tale is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 12:04:47 PM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movie with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie movie movies with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 11:12:56 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie one movie with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 11:12:05 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was one of the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 11:06:34 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argue with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argue argument with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 11:04:50 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argue with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes themes, and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argue with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
5th Feb '16 10:59:09 AM thewhitefairy
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* BitingTheHandHumor: Sort of, in the overture scene. This movie was the first Barbie one with modern setting and themes and no inspiration from fairy tales anymore. Because, certainly, [[ExecutiveMeddling it was required from Mattel]]. Judging from Barbie's argue with the movie director, [[WriterRevolt the writers were not too happy of it.]] Thus the obnoxious director distort the story because of "fashionable" elements and refuse dialogue to the point of firing Barbie, while the latter tries in vain to calmly explain that the really cool story is going to be lost.
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