Hi, Barbie! Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated comedy Barbie She finally made it to the theaters, taking audiences to the pink world of Barbieland. Margot Robbie stars as Barbie opposite Ryan Gosling as Ken, leading an impressive cast including America Ferrera, Ariana Greenblatt, Michael Cera, Issa Rae, and Will Ferrell. The movie follows Stereotypical Barbie, who begins to experience strange things that lead her to the real world with her eternal companion, Ken.
Barbie they have already been considered in the middle The best movies from July 2023and it follows a grand opening weekend anywhere between $100 and $140 million. This film will satisfy those looking for the world’s most popular teenage toy, although its strong message may wear off over time. However, Barbie handles heavy and potentially thorny topics with impressive skill and clings to a positive and hopeful ending that will leave the audience as unashamedly happy and hopeful as a Barbie doll.
Barbie follows Margot Robbie as Stereotypical Barbie. They live in Barbieland, ruled by Barbies, who always have a good day. Unlike the Barbies, the Kens in Barbieland are considered useless and often taken for granted. The stereotypical Barbie doesn’t have a defined role or purpose like her fellow Barbies, although this didn’t seem to bother her. That is until they begin to experience sudden and overwhelming feelings of confusion, insecurity, self-awareness, and even death. His search for answers leads him into the real world with his friend, Stereotypical Ken, by his side.
In the real world, Stereotypical Barbie sees things as they are. Women are taken for granted, while men rest comfortably at the top of the food chain. Bolstered by his newfound sense of leadership, Stereotypical Ken returns to Barbieland, determined to change the boundaries between Barbies and Kens. Meanwhile, Stereotypical Barbie hangs out with Gloria, a Mattel employee who had a troubled relationship with her daughter, who also finds her own Barbie dolls and starts playing with them. Gloria’s frustrations extended beyond the doll, explaining the difficulties Barbie faced. Thus, the stereotypical Barbie takes Gloria and her teenage daughter, Sasha, back to Barbieland, where things have changed dramatically.
In the absence of Barbie and with a new sense of fatherhood, Stereotypical Ken has initiated a change. She and her fellow Kens have manipulated the minds of the Barbies, turning them into submissive and unambitious women who serve their husbands. stereotypical Ken then cold-cocks Barbie, telling her it’s her turn to be self-important. Frustrated and feeling useless, the Stereotypical Barbie succumbs to her pain. However, Gloria’s words encourage him, and he decides to break the brain and take Barbieland back before the Kens transform into Kendom.
When the Barbies are released again, they control the Kens and turn them against each other, leading them to a successful battle. During the fight, the Kens realize that they are all the same as they share feelings that are inappropriate and unnecessary. They collaborate on the incredible song number “I’m just Ken” and return to find Barbies back their country and restore responsibility. Despite their past mistakes, the Barbies understand that their treatment of the Kens was not fair. So, he decided to build a fair world for everyone while keeping a firm grip on Barbieland.
Barbie and Ken apologize to each other, with Ken painfully admitting that he only loves her. He rejects the idea and encourages her to find out who she is. Ken thanks her and starts to find himself away from her. Although she doesn’t know who she is or what she wants, Stereotypical Barbie meets Ruth Handler, the creator of Barbie, who tells Barbie’s story never ends. Inspired by her voice, Stereotypical Barbie decides to become a human and returns to the real world with Gloria and Sasha. The film ends with Stereotypical Barbie, now known as Barbara Handler, facing her first test as a human: a gynecologist appointment.
Barbie they don’t have credit shows, although fans can enjoy the best music playing on the stage.