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DVD Review – Barbie Princess Charm School

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Reader Review – Barbie: Princess Charm School

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Purchase Barbie: Princess Charm School from Amazon.com

.MOV-e chats to Melissa and asks her what she thought about
Barbie: Princess Charm School.

Watch the trailer here:

Cast:

Diana Kaarina as Blair (voice)
Morwenna Banks as Miss Privet (voice)
Nicole Oliver as Dame Devin (voice)
Brittney Wilson as Delancy (voice)
Ali Liebert as Portia / Hadley (voice)
Shannon Chan-Kent as Isla (voice)
Madeline Peters as Emily (voice)
Ellen Kennedy as Blair's Mom (voice)
Vincent Tong as Prince Nicholas / Guard #2 (voice)

Movie Specs
Title:
Barbie: Princess Charm School
Distributed by:
Barbie: Princess Charm School is distributed by NuMetro Home Entertainment
Genre::
Animation / Family / Kids
Running Time:
79 Minutes
Age Restriction:
(PG)
Melissa's Score:
5 out of 5

Back Cover Blurb:

There's a princess in every girl

Barbie™ stars as Blair Willows, a kind-hearted girl who is chosen to attend Princess Charm School. It’s an amazing place where princesses in-training learn formal dancing, tea party etiquette and proper princess manners. Blair™ loves her classes, her helpful magical sprites and her new friends, Princess Hadley™ and Delancy™. When royal teacher Dame Devin believes Blair™ resembles the kingdom’s missing princess, she goes out of her way to keep Blair™ from having any chance of claiming the throne. Blair™, Hadley™ and Delancy™ must reveal the enchanted crown they found and prove the true identity of Blair™ in this magic-filled princess story!

Barbie: Princess Charm School DVD Screenshots

Barbie: Princess Charm School DVD Screenshots

Barbie: Princess Charm School DVD Screenshots

Melissa:

Melissa shares her thoughts on Barbie: Princess Charm School.MOV-e: Did you like this story?
Melissa: Yes. VERY much!

.MOV-e: What is the story about?
Melissa: It’s about princesses. Barbie is a waitress that becomes a princess and she gets a magical crown that makes her a princess.

.MOV-e: What was your favourite part in the movie?
Melissa: Where the girl in the purple dress gave Barbie the crown at the end.

.MOV-e: Who was your favourite character in the movie?
Melissa: Barbie. And also the girl with the blue dress.

.MOV-e: Who was the bad guy?
Melissa: The lady with the green dress.

.MOV-e: Why was she a bad guy?
Melissa: Because she didn’t learn well at school. She stayed at home and learned about bad guys. And then she went to the Princess School and was rude to the girls there.

.MOV-e: If you only had enough pocket money to buy one DVD for the year, would you buy this one?
Melissa: Yes.

.MOV-e: What rating out of 5 would you give this movie?
Melissa: Five!

Purchase the DVD from Amazon

Barbie: Princess Charm School is distributed by NuMetro Home Entertainment

Barbie: Princess Charm School is distributed by NuMetro Home Entertainment

About Melissa

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6-Year-old Melissa is a HUGE Barbie fan and owns most of the Barbie DVDs. She wants to grow up one day to be a princess just like Barbie.

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