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Barbie: A Perfect Christmas

4.5 out of 5 stars 229 customer reviews

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Join Barbie and her sisters Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea as their holiday vacation plans turn into a most unexpected adventure and heartwarming lesson. After a snowstorm diverts their plane, the girls find themselves far from their New York destination and their holiday dreams. Now stranded at a remote inn in the tiny town of Tannenbaum, the sisters are welcomed by new friends and magical experiences. In appreciation for the wonderful hospitality they receive, they use their musical talents to put on a performance for the whole town. Barbie and her sisters realize the joy of being together is what really makes A Perfect Christmas!

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  • Outtakes
  • Perfect Christmas Music Video
  • Camping with Barbie and Her Sisters
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    • Directors: Mark Baldo
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Dubbed: French, Spanish
    • 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: November 8, 2011
    • Run Time: 74 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (229 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B005GJCGIE
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,849 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    Format: DVD
    First of all, I want to start my review by saying that we have ALL the Barbie movies and my daughter has loved and enjoyed each and every one. From an adult perspective, I think some are better than others, and that includes this movie. I am not sure what the pull is with this movie, I think it's ok, but my daughter AND my son are nuts over this movie, and have watched it over and over and over, and so on. The music is nice and catchy and my kids dance alot to the music.

    The movie is about Barbie and her 3 sisters making it to NY for Christmas and they get snowed in at an inn that is getting ready for Christmas. The girls begin to wonder if the owner and the workers are Santa's helpers. While stranded, the girls discover what really makes a perfect Christmas.

    These movies are made for children, so, from my children's perspective I will give this movie 5 stars.
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    We own nearly every Barbie movie. Some we love, some not so much. My preschool daughter often gets scared of some of the villains that are in the other Barbie movies. She loves this movie because it doesn't have any mean people or scary parts. She gets up and dances to some of the songs. Is it going to win any awards for best picture? Absolutely not. But it's good clean fun that my barbie-loving preschooler can enjoy, and that alone, earns it 5 stars for me.
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    First, I really wish they would bring back the previous voice of Barbie...it just hasn't been the same since they changed after Mermaid Tale. The songs in this movie seemed odd and out of place. The older Barbie movies with songs just made more sense & the singing was MUCH better than in this film. Every time they would start a song in this movie, my daughters (5 & 8) were frustrated because it took so long for the song to end. The story was ok - had potential to be a really special story but just fell flat. I'm not sure what direction they are trying to take the brand - but it isn't really appealing to the target market of little girls that I know. A good start would be bringing back the other Barbie voice.
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    As an adult, I've seen a lot of kids movies...that goes with the territory when you are a parent. Some of them I find I enjoy every bit as much as movies targeted towards grown ups. In fact, I feel that way about some of the older Barbie Movies. This one, not quite so much.

    To be fair, my daughter likes it a lot (if she were doing this review she might even give it more stars), and I can see how it would appeal to younger kids, and fact, this movie seems to be really targeted towards a younger age than the last few. With Santa as an invisible cast member in this flick, I think that is to be expected. I think there are some nice messages about how spending time with family is important and can be better than anything else in life. I even think some of the songs are catchy, though definitely there is a strong pop influence.

    For anybody who wants a plot breakdown, Barbie and her sisters are planning their "perfect" Christmas in New York City, where each one will be doing an activity by themselves that they really enjoy. But nasty snow storms ground their flight and leave them seeking shelter seemingly in the middle of nowhere at the Tannenbaum Inn, where they are welcomed by the every-jolly Christie Clausen and the Elif family. With a heaping dose of magic from a frequently mentioned, but never shown Santa Claus (Christie's Uncle), the sisters learn for themselves that spending time together is what really makes their Christmas perfect.

    When seen from the eyes of a child, this is a cute movie...and since it is for the children, their perspective matters in determining if this movie is worth buying. I don't regret it...I may not watch it when she grows up, but for now it is good for her.
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    My daughters were excited for this movie coming out so I bought it the same day. We watched it I have to say I wasnot impressed the singing is not great the storyline is a little bleh it culd have been made a little more exciting and magical we have the latest movies charm school, fairy secret fashion fairytale mermaid etc and we love all these movies but I have to honestly say I wish I had waited to rent it instead of buy it.
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    Thought this movie was very clean and sweet. I guard everything my little girls watch. This one has no romance, no rude language or indecent clothes which I truly appreciate in this generation movies... The story teaches us that the unplanned may be better, and to have an open heart to accept help and be united in the middle of the unexpected. It's very sweet and fun too! My girls and I Love it...
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    This is one of my daughter's favorite Barbie films, so she's still requesting to view it long after Christmas is over. It has both good and bad points, and is ultimately enjoyable.

    The Bad:
    • The sisters' fighting taught my daughter some new tricks. Now she complains of her younger sister "copying her" which I know she learned from this film. The point of the Barbie sisters arguing was to show how they forgive and grow at the end of the film, but younger audiences may not understand that transition, and just model the poor behaviors at the beginning.
    • Chelsea went missing at the end after going off on her own. The sisters are scared and have to band together to find her, but then there is no reprimand for her wandering off. They just giggle when they find her. I had to explain to my daughter that wandering off like that is very naughty, and point out how scared her sisters were.
    • Typically, there is no mention of Jesus' birth in a "Christmas" special. Barbie wishes on a star instead of praying to God. I understand Mattel's limitations on this - companies are so scared to offend other religions. But I really wish they would have at least mentioned the true meaning of the holiday.

    The Good:
    • It was fun to see a Barbie movies where Barbie plays herself. (In most films she plays a character like Rapunzel). I loved seeing her with her sisters too.
    • My favorite song is "Give It Away." I loved how the inn characters were stacking up presents to give to the less fortunate. I thought it really showed the positive spirit of helping others.
    • Actually, all the songs are really cute and catchy.
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