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Rebecca Kiessling on "Barbie" (published on social media)

For my birthday, I thought it would be fun to take my teen daughters to see "BarbieTheMovie". We wore pink and thought we were in for lots of laughs, a bit of nostalgia and maybe a nice message. [Spoiler …More
For my birthday, I thought it would be fun to take my teen daughters to see "BarbieTheMovie". We wore pink and thought we were in for lots of laughs, a bit of nostalgia and maybe a nice message. [Spoiler alert] But right away, little girls are depicted as oppressed by having to play with baby dolls, unhappy having to push strollers, all wearing drab prairie dresses. Then life-size 50s Barbie appears and they celebrate by brutally and angrily smashing their baby dolls' heads in. I immediately thought, "Uh oh."
But then I was amused to see what I'd hoped for: the life-size re-creation of Malibu Barbie world, which was very nostalgic for me.
However, I immediately thought it was odd that Barbie blew off Ken - like Ken and Barbie were never a thing. But I still anticipated that she'd realize how rude she's been, how "her Ken" and all the other Kens are homeless, car-less, jobless, etc, and that maybe there would be a positive message there with balance being achieved in the end.
But no, it …More
aderito
dont watch these movies
Mary 17
Sounds like they hate baby dolls,or is it just babies.
Carol H
Yes, it's a very disturbing scene - the little girls switch from rocking and nurturing their babies to smashing their heads in preference for the "goddess" Barbie. This film should be boycotted.
Sal Venegas
Oh, sounds like the male characters in this movie are like most male characters from sitcoms and commercials over the last few decades, specially the ones were the male character depicts a dad.
De Profundis
Candace Owens recognizes Barbie movie as anti- man. “Every male character is either an idiot, a bigot or a sad, rather pathetic loser. If the roles were reversed, and a male director made a film about how all women were hysterical, neurotic, gold-digging witches, it would be denounced — quite rightly — as deeply offensive and sexist.”