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Published October 2nd 2015
Barbie teaches family values
Have you ever wondered how Barbie met her adorable dog Taffy? Well wonder no more, because this film will tell you the whole story!
Barbie's greatest adventure yet!
Beautifully directed by Andrew Taw and written by Amy Wolfram, this movie teaches its audience about the importance of family and sticking up for your siblings, especially when times get tough. It also shows how important it is to always work as hard, as you can to finish the projects you start and reach the goals you have set.
The film has a great soundtrack and the animation style is amazing, and shows just how far the Barbie films has come, since the first 3D animated Barbie films of the early 2000s.
During summer vacation, Barbie and her sisters Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea drive all the way from Malibu, back to their hometown of Willows to visit their widowed grandmother and her beloved dog Tiffany, who has just had puppies.
The girls and their new puppy friends soon find themselves on a hunt for an ancient treasure to save their home town from going broke.
The thing I enjoyed most about this film was that it is one of the few Barbie movies with talking animals, who could not be understood by the humans, as there was no magical element involved. This is a different approach to this kind of character development for this series and it is a refreshing change.
Barbie and Her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure is yet another great addition to the franchise and will be much loved by all Barbie fans.
Barbie and Her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure is rated G for general guidance.