Mariposa, the Butterfly Fairy travels to Shimmervale, a magical kingdom powered by crystals. Due to a misunderstanding, she is banished but returns when she learns that a dark fairy is on her way to destroy Shimmervale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Barbie Mariposa and the Fairy Princess
Join Mariposa & her new friend, Princess Catania, in this magical adventure to save the fairy land of Shimmervale. Together, the girls learn that with great friends, the sky is the limit!
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John R (ca) wrote: Very very funny, an all female cast, a female focus, a good message. The critics are idiots. Thats fine still a great movie
Jessica D (de) wrote: This is a very gentle, realistic movie about relationships, or being in a relationship. I would have liked to see some more of characters' stories prior to the relationship. However, that aside, it felt real after a slightly flat start - the chemistry was obvious later on, but I had to wonder about the apparent lack of chemistry in the first apartment scene. The movie's central premise, that we love in passing, is both sad yet true:the inevitability of the events unfolding before mes didn't make it any less painful to watch, and I fully empathized with both characters, wishing, for Julie's sake, as well as for Vanessa's, that the inevitable could be prevented.It's certainly not to everybody's taste: it is a touching look at a "real" relationship between two beautiful, equally real, vulnerable and loving women. I very much enjoyed it, despite the fact that, just like so many real relationships, this one didn't last either.
Rania A (ca) wrote: Cheerful family Christmas movie
Jonathan A (fr) wrote: A complete mess. Jeff Bridges is wasted. The visuals are nothing short of sleep-inducing. There's just no reason for this shlock-fest to even exist. What a waste.
Sam B (nl) wrote: Jeff Daniels and Melanie Griffith race down the east coast as basically the yuppie versions of Bonnie and Clyde. Their crimes may not be as great as the other cinematic duo, but the film itself has just as much energy as the 1967 one. Both of the leads are better in this than anything I've ever seen them in. Besides for Daniels, Griffith and an incredibly electric Ray Liotta pretty much every role in the movie is stunt cast. We get John Sayles, John Waters, Steven Scales (from the Talking Heads) and many more in small but quirky roles. The soundtrack is by John Cale and Laurie Anderson with an opening song by David Byrne. Some of my favorite 80's song also appear throughout the film, working perfectly with the narrative. At the start of the movie I really like its funky style but I couldn't get into the two main characters, I thought they were too superficial and annoying frankly. As the movie progressed however they became real characters that I grew to care about.
michiel s (de) wrote: a superb movie just yes but you know this ps al pacino is amazing
Sean T (gb) wrote: A gripping insight into how artificial intelligence can be so real.
Iowa B (br) wrote: INLAND EMPIRE walks the same ground as "Lost Highway" or "Mulholland Drive", but, this time, offers no simple key to unlock it's labyrinthine narrative. On one hand, the film is harsher, nastier and more self-contained. On the other hand, it might turn out to be a more fascinating ride for a limited audience. Being shot in digital, it is not as visually appealing as most of David Lynch's films are and, yet, in spite of some moments of annoying clumsiness, the digital environment offers a rather disturbing tone.This film also channels the usual fantasy/reality Lynch blend into a different manner. One which doesn't prioritize layers. If in films such as Mulholland Dr. or Lost highway, one can get a sense of which layer is the main one(even if they do go hand in hand to develop a singurlar story), here, the layers are set side by side and it is very difficult to tell which one generated the other(s).Having said this, I see INLAND EMPIRE as a chamber of mirrors in which the same image reflects in different ways. Again, the different narratives make sense on their own and you can even tie them together. But you can do that in different ways and this one of the reasons for which INLAND EMPIRE is - or can be - confusing.Also, INLAND EMPIRE features plenty of horror elements and some interesting Polish touches. However, this David Lynch film has its share of minuses. First of all, the Laura Dern monologues become exhausting, after a certain point on. Yes, they are strongly acted, but they bring to little to the whole material. Also, INLAND EMPIRE is too fragmented for its own good and features too many self-contained scenes. Yes, this might have worked better had the film had not felt that short on narrative. Many of those scenes were, indeed, lovely, but in a film with so many layers, one might expect more narrative. And the most amusing thing is that some of the deleted scenes would have been very useful.David Lynch relies alot on subtraction, but in INLAND EMPIRE too much has been subtracted, leaving a film that is interesting to watch and talk about, but that never seems to come out as a whole. Overall, INLAND EMPIRE is ambitious, even if, sometimes, annoyingly self-referential, and provides Lynch fans plenty of things to chew on, but, on the other hand, it doesn't have the impact of some of Lynch's previous offerings. I can't make up my mind on whether this film is an interesting failure or a good experimental flick with some minuses, but somehow, it works the same way.I am giving this 3 out of 5, but only because RT "insists" on this, because I don't think a rating system applies this David Lynch flick.
Josh H (it) wrote: It's GEORGE STRAIT! Of course I'm gonna love it. Down to Earth movie; absolutely love it. My personal favorite film from any Singer. Not to mention the incredible soundtrack!
Ryan N (ru) wrote: It's a romantic comedy that is actually quite charming. I remember watching this with my mother when it released to DVD and I was as entertained then as I am now. I'm sick of the people saying it's generic. For God's sakes alive it's a romantic comedy. The plot will always be the same girl meets boy, problem with the romance, then it resolves itself. You can't review it and hate it because it doesn't redefine romantic comedies! They're all left that way because that's how the people who like RC's like them.