Meg and I watched the advance screening of the SM CinExclusive: Barbie in the Pink Shoes yesterday at SM Megamall Cinema 6.
The little girl was so excited that she's in character for the movie and wore her favorite Barbie shoes! We were early so I was able to take pictures and saw the excited faces of the little girls in line. Some wore crowns, brought their Barbie bags, and of course dress up like Barbie!
Barbie in the Pink Shoes is showing on May 3, 4, and 5 at selected SM Cinemas: SM Mall of Asia, SM North Edsa, SM Megamall, SM Manila, SM Cebu, SM Southmall, SM Fairview, SM Sta Mesa, SM Pampanga, and SM Iloilo. For only P100, your little princesses will surely WOW themselves as they watch the movie. Plus, you can add P50.00 to get a snack and there's a Buy 1 Get 1 Movie Treat for e-plus card holders. Awesome!
Watch Barbie as Kristyn Farraday, an aspiring ballerina. Kristyn is a hardworking ballet dancer but the lead roles always end up going to Tara. While Kristyn is practicing for a showcase, Madame Natasha reprimands her for not following directions. This brought down Kristyn’s confidence and made her feel like a failure. In order to make herself feel better, she decided to get a new pair of ballet shoes. She visits the wardrobe mistress, Madame Katarina who gives her a pair of bright pink ballet shoes. When Kristyn puts the shoes on, she is transformed to a fantasy land of classical ballet sets. There, she realizes that she needs to keep dancing her favorite ballets in order to defeat the wicked Snow Queen.
Well what can I say about the movie?
Aside from Meg said WOW in every scene and stood up to imitate Kristyn's ballet steps , this movie as well as other Barbie movies is not that all for fashion and others may call it "kaartehan". I watched with Meg in all the Barbie movies released and every movie has a moral lesson.
Pink. Pink symbolizes love and beauty. Love for family, friends, and self-worth. This movie has it all. It encourages kids to keep on dreaming and stick to that dream no matter what. Kids below 4 yrs old may not fully understand the message of the movie but they will definitely enjoy the animation, the ballet dance in every scenes, and all the sparkling ballerina dresses. It feels like MAGIC!
Shoes. It can be depicted as possession, as having the power and strength over your life. Kristyn may have lose herself in the process of fulfilling her dreams. But as the story goes and shifted to an imaginary fantasy, she realized she needed to continue to excel in what's the BEST for her. She danced in the flow of music and allowed herself to enjoy.
The movie has humor, full of imagination and will allow your daughter to explore her creative side. It teaches the value of friendship, that money can't buy anything, and that dreams do come true. As the theme song of the movie says, "Keep on Dancing" - keep on dreaming, work hard for it, be yourself, and you will overcome all your fears.
Go with the flow of your life and as you fulfill your dreams, don't forget to enjoy and love every moment of it. Follow your heart and continue to dream. Watch this movie with your daughters and I'm very sure they will LOVE it! The song keeps on playing on my mind and Meg had a hang-over from watching the movie and dances ballet as we go outside.
|Meg and Maia|
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