Even if you are not a fan of the Barbie doll series you can still appreciate this film. That is if you are young girl from the ages of 3-12, that is. You don’t need any previous knowledge of Barbie as this is pretty much a stand-alone film.
Barbie and her sisters Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea are heading to their Grandma’s to spend some time back in the town they grew up in. They all remember growing up in Willows except for the youngest Chelsea.
Upon their arrival Grandma has a surprise for them as her dog has recently given birth to four puppies – one for each of the sisters. Each names her dog and the attachment grows. They all head up to the attic after Barbie tells them about a treasure map for a rumoured buried treasure that they all become excited about. All, that is, except Barbie, as she claims her treasure hunting days are behind her. But soon everyone, human and dog, are involved in the hunt for the Willows’ treasure.
It is the type of film that will make kids pay attention, enjoy and smile along with and parents will be happy as it is happy and positive. The energy is up and that is amplified by the fun songs/music. Though there is the requisite message that is in all kids’ films it is not too annoying and easy for even the youngest ones to grasp on to.
-“The Greatest Day” Music Video
-“Tiny Dancer” Motion Comic
-Previews of Barbie & her Sisters Puppy Rescue, Barbie Spy Squad, Barbie Rock ‘N Royals, Barbie in Princess Power, Barbie and the Secret Door, Barbie and the Pearl Princess, The Barbie Movie Collection