Barbie as Rapunzel
Animation • G • 2002 • 1 hr 24 min
A guilty pleasure from childhood through and through.
It’s classic. Every girl wanted that paintbrush. And a dragon. And the hair brush. Cute story with fun family drama. Nice retelling.
A Barbie classic. A really nice film, worth to watch as a kid and nostalgic as an adult
One of my favourite Barbie movies growing up. The story is really cute and the dragon was the best sidekick ever. Kids will still enjoy this
This is such a great adaptation of the classic fairytale! Aesthetically pleasing, a strong lead, great wordbuilding, teaches great lessons.
For me this is a high peak of Barbie's magic. Characters, story, colors, beautiful animation, and amazing sound effects & music. TOP-NOTCH.
For the era where Barbie had its own version of all the classical stories
My memory is vague since I saw this exactly in 2002. But I remembered being mesmerized by the animation. Much better than current barbies
Ah, the true fairytale art that is this movie. I bask in the light of its charm and simplicity
A kids movie... What can I say, nice barbie movie and cute story
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