Barbie in a Mermaid Tale

Barbie in a Mermaid Tale

Barbie stars as Merliah, a surfer who learns a shocking secret: she's a mermaid! She and her dolphin friend set out for an undersea adventure to rescue her mother, the queen of Oceana.

The film follows surfing hotshot Merliah, a Malibu girl, who discovers that her mother is a mermaid. She and her dolphin friend set out for an undersea adventure to rescue her mother, the queen of Oceana. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicki M (ru) wrote: I tried twice to get through this. I thought I was being harsh turning it off the first time - but, no, after watching most with a little bit of fast forwarding to save my sanity, I still think it's crap. Dull family stuck in a house together after the death of their father, sitting shiva, though no one is really religious. Just a silly plot device to bring them together for the story. They are not even in the house the whole 7 days, they seem to go out on and off, so...? (Are they meant to be? Admittedly I don't know a lot about the Jewish religion). There's a mother with a boob job, which is meant to be funny (it's not), and a kid walking around the house pooing in a potty all the time (revolting, and I have no idea what that's about or why we need to see it). Oh, and some middle aged tedious drug use Some of the cast are good, mostly Rose Byrne and Jason Bateman, but it's very dull viewing. A lot of stereotypes, the couple who are desperate to conceive, the screw up younger brother the cheating girlfriend with the cartoonish radio dj. None of them ring true.It's watchable. But it's just ugh. Yuck.

Derek W (ag) wrote: A visually striking incandescent spectacle fueled by dream-like sequences and more than a little imagination.

Christopher S (us) wrote: Good storytelling and fine acting from Wyatt Cenac and Tracey Heggins. Lovely cinematography and getting the essence of San Francisco.

Philip Z (fr) wrote: Is it a good movie? That question feels irrelevant to something like this. It's fun. I had fun watching it. Should I have? Probably not, but I did so... guilty pleasure for sure.

Timothy J (ag) wrote: An entertaining crime caper.

Melissa S (ag) wrote: Interesting animation style, but lacking in story.

Myke A (nl) wrote: For 'people caught in a house' slasher films, this is one of the best - and it manages to breathe a bit of life into the genre. The people aren't as dumb as they are in most slasher films, one could actually put themselves in the place of the characters, there is actual suspense, and the plot devices are all pretty decent. The cover has nothing to do with the movie. I was expecting a very bad film in this rental, and instead I found a rather good one.

Private U (br) wrote: I can't believe I found this in Facebook - I loved this film when I was a kid. That car!!!

Ben M (mx) wrote: I have no idea why this is not a classic. Not many people have heard of this movie but it is extremely funny. The scene with the priest talking about lust and hell is a classic. Two thumbs up.

Lisa S (br) wrote: These streets really are savage. This reminds me of a 70s exploitation movie turned 80s teen flick, I really liked it.

Mental P (au) wrote: Doesn't age terribly well, but I remember watching it when I was a boy and I still have a soft spot for it.

Bradley K (br) wrote: Visually taught and emotionally murky. Cool colour palette and cool emotions run deep through this production.

Christophe W (fr) wrote: Just awesome ! It is a shame this movie was not released in France !

Drake T (fr) wrote: As comedies featuring raunchy female leads go the Bronze is a real win. Melissa... Raunch really creates a convincing cynical character shedding light in the world of optimism and big dreams that is gymnastics.The narrative might not take an ambitious route and falls into predictable patterns but the backwards premise and refreshing Napolean-Dynamitesque cast provide enough fun to propel the story forward in a sea of fairly well delivered laughs.A surprisingly on point production from a cast member of the terribly unremarkable BBT.