To live in Barbie Land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place. Unless you have a full‐on existential crisis. Or you're a Ken.
Just awful.... Obviously.
By The Bookworm Queen
This is a amazing movie. Funny, honest, and never boring. Family favorite at my house.
Good movie and enjoyable.
Pointless, convoluted and unfunny
If my daughters were young, they would enjoy seeing people playing dolls and the monotonous, eye watering visual inundation with the color pink. However, there is no discernible plot or message for kids. Most will be confused. For those adults unfortunate enough to have to sit through this mess, this is a painful, stupefying experience in sheer pointlessness. Some fathers, may however, find some satisfaction in the visuals provided by Margot Robbie, who is objectified from start to finish.
I liked the movie but I didn’t like how it ended. I wanted a happy ending and poor Ken got bashed, there was too much bashing in general. There should have been more happiness, the happy parts were the best and the actors were great.
Giving it five stars because….
I’m a feminist and I can’t stand people who use the term “woke.” I’m a feminist and I’m proud to say I’m raising two girls to also be feminists. If that offends you, it’s most likely due to your insecurities or being brainwashed by Fox News.