This is part two in the list of Barbie movies that have been released since Mattel Entertainment has been creating them. These movies are watched by many young girls worldwide and they’re absolutely loved! There are many stories to choose from and many different characters girls want to be. These movies are also positive and give great lessons for children to learn from. Little girls will learn the importance of friendship, family, kindness, and following their dreams. Below is part two of the list of Barbie movies.
Barbie Presents Thumbelina
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentThumbelina is the fifteenth computer-animated film in the series. This movie was released in 2009 and is similar to Thumbelina by Hans Christian Anderson, but has a different plot. This film is about a tiny girl named Thumbelina who lives in a world full of wildflowers with her two friends and the Twillerbees. Thumbelina and her two friends then find themselves and their patch of wildflowers uprooted and transported into a lavish apartment in the city. A spoiled young girl named Makena lives in this apartment. While living in this apartment, Thumbelina and her two friends learn that there are construction plans being made to threaten and destroy the land of the Twillerbees. You’ll then watch little Thumbelina prove that even the smallest person can make a difference, and this is a life lesson.
Barbie and The Three Musketeers
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentThe Three Musketeers is another computer-animated film based on The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas. This movie that was released in 2009 is about a young country girl named Corinne. She went off to Paris to fulfill her dream of becoming a female musketeer. While in Paris she meets and discovers three more girls who also want to pursue the same dream! All four of the girls work together as a team to develop their talents and prevent an evil plan wanting to overthrow the Prince. This is an action-filled Barbie movie as the Musketeers set off to save the Prince and bring you on an adventure. This film will have young girls repeat “All for one and one for all!”
Barbie in A Mermaid Tale
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentA Mermaid Tale is the seventeenth computer-animated movie and was released in 2010. This movie is about surfing champion Merliah Summers who is a normal teenager that soon learns she’s a mermaid. Her mother is the Queen of Oceana and this movie follows her on an adventure to saving her mother and the ocean kingdom. Merliah does this with the help of her two new mermaid friends and her dolphin friend named Zuma. This is a fun film for girls.
Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentA Fashion Fairytale is the eighteenth computer-animated Barbie film released by Mattel Entertainment. This movie was released in 2010 and is about Barbie leaving acting to go visit her aunt in Paris. Barbie’s aunt is a fashion designer and soon Barbie finds out that her aunts’ fashion house is about to be shut down forever. Follow Barbie, her dog Sequin, and three enchanting Flairies with magic sparkle power play out this story. Barbie attempts to save her aunt’s business with shy fashion designer Alice by creating a spectacular runway show.
Barbie: A Fairy Secret
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentA Fairy Secret is the nineteenth computer-animated film released by Mattel Entertainment and it came out in spring 2011. This movie is about Barbie who finds out that there are fairies living among them. Ken is then kidnapped by a group of fairies and Barbie has to find him before he marries a fairy princess and is stuck in their fairy world forever. Barbie goes on this journey to bring Ken back with the help of her rival Raquelle and her fairy friends. A Fairy secret is another great film about the power of friendship and sticking together.
Barbie: Princess Charm School
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentPrincess Charm School is the twentieth computer-animated film in the Barbie series and was released in 2011. This movie is about Blair Willows, a nice girl chosen to attend a prestigious charm school. This charm school is a magical and modern place that teaches princesses how to dance, have tea parties, and correct princess manners. Blair loves attending charm school, loves the helpful magical fairies and her new friends. In this story, Blair’s royal teacher Dame Devin realizes that Blair highly resembles the kingdom’s missing princess and tries to stop Blair from claiming the throne by turning her world upside down. In this film you’ll sit down and watch Blair and her friends search for the enchanted crown that will prove Blair’s true identity. The DVD also features a short bonus film called Barbie: A Camping We Will Go. Princess Charm School is a really cute movie for girls who love stories about princesses.
Barbie: A Perfect Christmas
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentA Perfect Christmas is the 22nd computer-animated Barbie film released by Mattel Entertainment. This movie came out in 2011, is the second Christmas movie by Barbie, and is a musical. Barbie and her sisters Chelsea, Stacie and Skipper are excited to fly to New York to see their Aunt Millicent and pursue their holiday dreams. Their vacation then makes an unexpected turn when a snowstorm diverts their plane and the girls are stranded in a town named Tannenbaum. The girls a welcomed into a tiny inn and decide to put on a concert for the town as an appreciation for their hospitality. A Perfect Christmas is a great movie that will teach young children the joy of being together with those who love you is what really matters.
Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentA Mermaid Tale 2 is a sequel to Barbie in A Mermaid Tale. This movie was released in 2012 and is about a surfing champion named Merliah who’s also a magical mermaid princess. Merliah goes to Australia to compete in the ultimate surfing competition but then the evil mermaid Eris escapes the whirlpool and tries to take over the thrown of Oceana. In this adventure, Merliah and her sea friends go out to stop Eris from carrying out this plan. A Mermaid Tale 2 is a fun movie and has a message that anything is possible if you stay true to yourself.
Barbie: The Princess & The Popstar
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentThe Princess & The Popstar is a modern film that’s also based on Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper. This is a magical story about two girls that switch lives. Princess Tori dreams to live the life of her favorite popstar Keira, and Keira dreams to be a real-life princess. When the switch takes place, both girls see that the life they wanted isn’t all that easy and start to realize and appreciate their previous lives and situations. This story teaches that it’s better to be yourself and that’s a great lesson for young children to learn and remember. The Princess & The Popstar is a great one to see.
Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentBarbie and the Rockers: Out of this World was a 1987 TV special shown in a two part mini series with Barbie and the Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth. In this installment, Barbie and her rock band go to outer space for a fun adventure where no other band has gone before. This part of the mini series was only about 25 minutes long and hasn’t been released to DVD. However the two part series was released on VHS as a movie around that time. Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World was a fun part one to the series.
Barbie and The Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentBarbie and The Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth was released in 1987 and is the sequel to Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World. This second adventure is about Barbie and her band coming back home to earth but on their trip there, they land in the past. On earth it is 1959 but eventually they are transported back into the future. Throughout this 25 minute adventure, you see Barbie and her band performing quite a few times. Barbie and The Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth was a fun watch.
Dance! Workout with Barbie
Credit: Barbie EntertainmentDance! Workout with Barbie is a thirty minute workout tape released in 1992 and features Jennifer Love Hewitt at a young age. In this video, Barbie teaches a group of young girls ages 7-11 some moves in a dance/aerobics class. The songs in this video are very upbeat and all the songs are sung by Jennifer Love Hewitt herself! Dance! Workout with Barbie is totally fun to work out to.