Barbie as Rapunzel
Long, long ago, in a time of magic and dragons, there lived a girl named Rapunzel who had the most beautiful radiant hair the world had ever seen. But Rapunzel's life was far from wonderful. She lived as a servant to Gothel, a jealous, scheming witch who kept her hidden deep in a forbidding forest, guarded by the enormous dragon Hugo and surrounded by an enchanted glass wall. However, in a twist of fate, Rapunzel's discovery of a magic paintbrush leads her on a journey that will unravel a web of deception, bring peace to two feuding kingdoms, and ultimately lead her to love with the help of Penelope(TM), the least intimidating of dragons!
- Stars:Kelly Sheridan, Anjelica Huston, Cree Summer, Ian James Corlett, Mark Hildreth, David Kaye, Peter Kelamis, Russell Roberts, Christopher Gaze, Terry Klassen, Chantal Strand, Danny McKinnon, Britt McKillip, Jocelyne Loewen, Dale Wilson,
- Director:Owen Hurley,
- Writer:Elana Lesser, Cliff Ruby
Barbie is an artist who paints her way out of a castle to save her prince. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Barbie as Rapunzel torrent reviews
(br) wrote: excelente. lo que mas me gusta es que Edgar Ramirez siempre se encarga de resaltar a Venezuela asi no este interpretando a un venezolano como en este caso. me gusto mucho la pelicula
(au) wrote: Words can't describe. This may be the best film of the decade. Just watch it.
(it) wrote: a bit corny, but still lovely. I liked it :D
(es) wrote: How many Jim Carrey films are not great? Well this doesn't disappoint either. I think the other reason why I like it is because you can imagine it being true. Fully recommended
(au) wrote: This movie is intense! It's one of those that's really hard to watch, but in a good way. Literally an emotional roller coaster that will leave you truly feeling for the characters.
(ag) wrote: A gem of a film! For anyone in a relationship, coming out of a relationship, wanting a relationship-a must see!
(de) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
(it) wrote: A lightweight one-joke comedy? Or a cleverly disguised and cynical feminist message? I'm not sure either.
(mx) wrote: Luchino Visconti is such an admirable figure who can depict the life of the oppressed vividly and timelessly, despite being an aristocratic heir. The story of Rocco, which constitutes elements of exploitation, migration, nostalgia, poverty, boxing, family, love, sexuality, betrayal and alcoholism, as well as Nino Rota's score, is indeed an aspiration for Coppola's The Godfather. But the film can never achieve the success without Annie Giradot, who exhibits a complicated personality and gives a great performance as a tragic character beyond her own control; whilst Renato Salvadori's devilish yet pathetic role develops a sensation for audience. Those who are fascinated by the realism delivered in David O. Russell's The Fighter should have felt idiotic if they have ever come across this stunning classic.
(de) wrote: still the best version of this feel good yarn
(fr) wrote: Although it is based around the common idea of 'making it in the big city' there are some very random and hilarious moments which make it extremely enjoyable. The songs aren't catchy but the dance sequences are brilliant!
(br) wrote: Gigantic mindfuck fest.