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Barbie Mariposa (Spanish Audio)

4.2 out of 5 stars 126 customer reviews

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Join Barbie in an all-new world of Butterfly Fairies! Mariposa is a beautiful butterfly fairy who loves to read and dream about the world outside her home in the land of Flutterfield.Flutterfield is protected by the Queen's glimmering magical flower lights, but when the Queen is poisoned by the evil fairy Henna, the special lights begin to go out one by one. It's up to the brave Mariposa and her friends to journey beyond the safe borders of the city in search of a hidden antidote that will save the Queen. Join the butterfly fairy friends on an exciting adventure that will transform them forever!

Special Features

  • Flutterfield Scavenger Hunt
  • Flutterpixie Dress Up

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Chiara Zanni, Tabitha St. Germain, Kathleen Barr, Erin Mathews, Nicole Oliver
    • Directors: Conrad Helten
    • Writers: Elise Allen
    • Producers: Luke Carroll, Tiffany J. Shuttleworth
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Dubbed: French
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: February 26, 2008
    • Run Time: 75 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B0010VDYL0
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,543 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    Format: DVD
    I eagerly bought this movie for my four year old. We were expecting to enjoy it as we LOVED The Island Princess. We were also disappointed. The skeezites are scary and my daughter also asked me to skip those parts. The eating of the fairies wasn't necessary, and could have been done differently. This movie will definitely be shelved for a while. That being said, the imagery and colors of the movie are beautiful, which would be the only reason we would dare to watch it again.
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    My daughter waited for the latetest Barbie title, Mariposa only to be disapointed when it was released. The Butterfly Fairies are constantly being chased by creatures (Skeezites and a sea beast) which are trying to EAT them through the whole movie. There is also a Butterfly Fairy that betrays the queen and helps the Skeezites to try to eat all her friends. This is in a movie that is meant for little girls, I can't see how this was approved for release. This movie doesn't have the attributes of the other movies, it's too scary. My daughter keeps asking for us to "skip this part" because it's too scary. This movie only teaches our children they are too small and someone is always tryng to get them.
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    We pre-ordered the Mariposa DVD because we like the Fairytopia series so much.

    First off, its a story-within-a-story. The first ~10 minutes and last ~5 minutes are Elina telling the story to bibble. My girls love Elina and Bibble so they are of course happy to see them again.

    The movie itself follows the Fairytopia formula very closely. Instead of Laverna, you have Henna. Instead of bibble, the bunny. Instead of fungi, you have Skeezites. Its a race against time. Its a formula that worked very well before, and could work again.

    But whats missing? Gone are the bright uplifting moments, like the appearance of the crest of courage, the changing from fairy to mermaid and back, Bibble talking funny after eating magic berries, and other things that made the other movies more fun. My kids react nicely to the best movies, but not this one. There is a lot of drama, but not very much happiness to balance it out.

    A bit more about the drama: Most of the Fairytopia movies are driven forward by mock drama and very plain and pale threats (a weed grabbed me, yikes! A firebird is chasing me! I have to hide from some bumbling Fungi, who might do very little to me!). This works well for 3 to 5 year olds, who don't need a serious reason for the drama that older children do. Mariposa is dramatically different: most of the action and drama in this movie is the constant fear of death. I wish they could have been a bit more inventive.

    The plot follows a similar vein: in other Fairytopia movies, the driver of the plot was that everyone was getting sick because of laverna, that Elina then had to save mermaidia from getting sick, that if they didn't stop laverna there would be 10 years of winter.
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    Of all the Barbie movies, this one feels the closest to a really great Disney movie for me. Mariposa begins as a sort of Cinderella, being pushed around by two bossy fairies and misunderstood by everyone in Flutterfield because she loves to read and think of exploring the world outside her safe home. But when Queen Marabella is poisoned, only Mariposa can save the day--and it turns out Rayna and Rayla may have hearts of gold after all.

    While some may dislike Chiara Zanni's performance as Mariposa rather than the familiar Kelly Sherdian (who voices Elina from Fairytopia in the movie), I really liked her natural performance, and she really made the character of Mariposa stand out. Credit must also by given to Nicole Oliver, who voices the wicked fairy Henna. Henna is one of the most clever Barbie villains to date--she's only defeated by a margin of two seconds, and everyone in Flutterfield adores her! Mariposa and her friends really have to work to bring her down, and it's very exciting!

    The movie is also GORGEOUS to behold. Every scene and background is beautiful! Standout locations include Flutterfield itself, the Bewilderness, the Waterwhirls, the underwater realm, and especially the Cave of Reflection.

    If you only watch one Barbie movie, this should be it.
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    We have all of Barbie's movies, and this one is just as much a favorite as all of the others have been. Some of Barbie's movies have fewer scarey parts, but i have found that all of them have some sort of villian. And through the years my daughter has sometimes asked me to skip them, just as she does with some Disney movies. She's 5 now, and though she was a little uneasy with the skeezites at first, with my reassurance and me helping her make fun of them, she is fine. We are very partial to Barbie movies, because, as another reviewer put it, Barbie is always depicted as a strong character who stands up for herself and has an unwavering goodness. The stories all have good messages and are beautiful to watch, and many have lovely songs. If you haven't seen the other Barbie movies, I would highly recommend all of them. They are delightful. I would also recommend the soundtrack to The Princess and the Pauper. Oh yes, if you can find a copy of the CD-Rom for Rapunzel. It is amazingly fun! I am happy to sit for long periods playing with her, though it is quite simple enough for her to do it herself. If you're at all unsure about buying, go ahead and rent to see if your daughter likes it first. Happy viewing!
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